Hudson Valley Homes
"A sensitivity to the architectural history and landscape of the Hudson Valley."
Bialecki Architects has been inspired by the landscape and architecture of the Hudson River Valley since the beginning of its practice over 20 years ago. Originally founded as the Office for Rural Architecture, the firm's work was focused on interpreting the regional vernacular architecture through innovative residential designs. Homes like the Cross House and Tower House all explore the unique archetypes of the Hudson Valley's architectural heritage. Larger country homes such as the Flaherty, Cook, and Pennock residences are inspired by many great, late 19th and early 20th century architectural styles such as Stick, Shingle, and Georgian. These styles found a distinct regional expression in the Valley. However diverse, all of these homes share a sensitivity to architectural scale and a deference to the landscape that is a constant in fine buildings throughout the Hudson Valley.
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