Little Silver has a wonderful small-town feel great for families. It is a prosperous community with an excellent school system and several places for recreation. Shrewsbury River is great for water activities, and some homes are built beside it to take advantage of the waterfront views. For these reasons and more, The New York Times declared in 2001 that home renovation and expansion within the town is booming. 

Indeed, Little Silver is currently filled with beautiful homes. These homes vary in style: colonial homes, Cape Cod houses, postwar ranches, beach homes, and traditional homes. At the forefront of these renovations are top architectural firms providing brand new build, remodeling, and renovation services. Our editorial team has provided a list of five well-established architectural firms that are continuously helping families build their dream homes in Little Silver, New Jersey. 

Anthony M. Condouris Architect, Inc.

20 Bingham Ave, 2nd Floor, Rumson, NJ 07760

This Rumson-based architectural firm is leaving a mark in Little Silver with its new home constructions and renovations. Within its four years in the neighborhood, it has successfully helped clients design traditional and beach homes. One important project they completed was a gorgeous traditional home on Laurelwood Drive. In partnership with Viscon Builders, the firm’s design has captured the essence of a traditional-style home. This home has perfect symmetry and generates a feeling of warmth and familiarity. 

AIA member and lead architect Anthony Condouris believes in creating designs with a timeless quality. He also firmly believes each design must reflect the client. Condouris feels the most crucial thing an architect does, is listen. Most of the time, a client’s needs extend beyond design. This is why the architectural firm offers services even after the design phase. The firm can guide clients through their construction, zoning, and planning needs. 

Richard Bubnowski Design

807 Bradley Road, Point Pleasant, NJ 08742

Serving clients since 2005, Richard Bubnowski Design is an award-winning design firm that mixes contemporary and traditional architectural styles to create highly crafted homes. Its clientele reaches across the United States but focuses on private residences in New Jersey. The firm applies attentiveness to details in each design project and is familiar with a range of styles, including beach, contemporary, traditional, and craftsman. This is one of the reasons the firm has been featured in a number of publications and has won several awards. It has been featured by The New York Times and Design NJ, and most recently by Cisco Home. Among its long list of awards, it has received the Design and Builds Award in the Most Outstanding Architectural Designs Category from Build Magazine.  

The firm’s outstanding performance comes from its ability to create designs with a timeless appeal. It does this by successfully mixing traditional style with a clean, modern approach. A great example is its kitchen and dining room addition project in the Jindal-Houston Residence. Located in the lovely neighborhood of Little Silver, the 1950’s Cape Cod style home has been transformed into an airy space with elements that speak of what Richard Bubnowski Design LLC stands for. Richard Bubnowski leads the firm with more than 35 years of experience in the architectural design of New York area commercial and residential projects.

Anderson Campanella Architects

120 East River Road, Rumson, NJ 07760

Teamwork centers Anderson Campanella Architects’s process. Led by AIA members Felicia Campanella and James Anderson, the firm closely works with partners and professional staff to create meticulously designed buildings. Based in Monmouth County, the firm has been running for 29 years. They guide clients with design projects for traditional, shingle, and craftsman homes as well as colonial and federal revivals. The firm’s designs have been featured by New Jersey’s design magazine, Design NJ

One of the firm’s most outstanding projects is the Paag Riverside Compound in Little Silver. This shingle-style home is designed to blend with the environment while taking advantage of the waterfront. Adjusting to strict code restrictions, the house is built with a compound-style layout. The result is an elegantly styled home with timeless appeal. The space between the main residence, the pool house, and the freestanding garage allow for nature to mix well with the structure. 

This project is just an indication of the firm and its team’s ability to produce classic design while incorporating the property’s context. The result is a harmonious design between the residence and the environment. Collaboration with the clients is a must for the firm. A close working relationship allows the firm to produce unique designs that are appropriate both to the place and the taste of the homeowner.