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The 3 Best Residential Architects in Flower Hill, New York

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Last updated on May 27th, 2024 at 05:49 am

A small village in New York, Flower Hill is a great place to settle when looking for peace and quiet. Aside from having access to north and south shore beaches, this village is known for having quality vital services and a solid infrastructure. And the village is home to some charmingly quaint homes.

On this list are some of the architects capable of creating such a home for you. With years of experience, these architects have a track record of crafting homes and other structures that complement Flower Hill’s gentle, quiet image. 


 

Core Group Architects

71 West Main St., Oyster Bay, NY 11771

Creating an exceptionally beautiful home requires professionals able to listen to their client’s needs, do extensive research, and have a unique technical ability to visualize and construct an idea. Core Group Architects is one of those firms composed of highly skilled individuals with these specialized skills. Established in 2000, the firm is headed by co-principals Robert A. Peterson AIA and Michael Sergio Tedesco AIA. Peterson is a professional who has been serving private and public clientele for over 25 years.

Prior to establishing the firm, Peterson spent his college years framing houses in the Hamptons before he gained enough experience in architectural design and building code development/development consulting. Tedesco, meanwhile, is a registered architect who has been practicing for 20 years. An expert in designing high-performance buildings, workspace innovations, and private residences, Tedesco takes a progressive approach to design. During his early years, he worked on projects focused on the importance of contextual research, planning, urban civility, and changing lifestyle needs. 


DHMurray Architecture

44-02 11th St. #405, Long Island, NY 11101

Established in 1972, DHMurray Architecture is best known for designing high-end traditional-style homes. The firm has been recognized for its clean, efficient designs. Thanks to its great reputation, the firm has been able to gain more projects that have expanded its skills to designing a variety of different types of home styles including the classic coastal, Tudor, and shingle. The firm’s most notable might be this split ranch home in a North Shore Village on Long Island. The home features DHMurray Architecture’s traditional architectural detailing, the use of sustainable materials, and a timeless color palette that frames the classic farmhouse aesthetic. The new rooflines heighten its stance and increase the curb appeal. 

Currently, the firm is headed by John DePaulo, best known for being an unshakeable designer with a keen eye for detail. 


Norman Glavas Architects

162 Boulder Rd., Manhasset, NY 11030

Since 1988, Norman Glavas Architects has been a multidisciplinary architectural firm known for designing projects with corporations, small business owners, and homeowners. Over time, it has grown into a firm inhabited by a professional staff of technical experts, project management professionals, and highly-organized administration personnel. With this team at hand, the firm has created several beautiful homes including this two-story colonial revival home in Flower Hill. 4,000 square feet, it’s a single-family residential home with a red brick and stone façade that complements the lush, green surroundings. 

Currently, the firm is led by principal Norman A. Glavas. Aside from being a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Glavas has also worked with various firms prior to establishing Norman Glavas Architects. These former partners include Banker’s Trust, J. Gordon Carr Associates, Westerman & Miller, and Raymond Irrera & Associates.