Farmhouse - Armstrong Hill - 1816 - Pittsford, NY

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This Federal style farmhouse is situated on several acres in the town of Pittsford, NY. It has been carefully maintained for over 20 years by its current owners, who were recognized by the Landmark Society of Western NY for their fine stewardship and for making the needed changes and updates appropriately. The owners were guided through many phases of renovation including: the design of a new kitchen and two baths; design of the living and dining rooms, including custom-designed cocktail and sofa tables; an office, mudroom and a gardener’s workplace in the basement. Blending the clients’ collections of antiques and artifacts with new pieces resulted in beautifully livable spaces that suit the clients perfectly. Read article.


Miller/Pierson House – 1867 - Scottsville, NY

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The owners of this important Italianate landmark were also honored by the Landmark Society for their careful restoration and care of their home. Many changes were made through the years, including the creation of a state-of-the-art kitchen that involved the sensitive removal of an original wall to open up space that made this amazing kitchen possible. Architectural details were kept or re-used wherever possible, resulting in a family kitchen that feels and looks like it belongs in this house, while offering the family an open and comfortable place to spend much of their day. Read article.


The Park Church – Elmira, NY - c.1867

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This historic church was attended by Mark Twain and his family. Its first pastor, Thomas Beecher, was the brother of Harriet Beecher Stowe. This basis of history and its architectural integrity has made this church a beacon in its community. This project was awarded Best of Competition/Historic Renovation/Restoration from the Upstate New York/Canada East Chapter of ASID.


The David Hochstein Memorial Performance Hall
Rochester, NY

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We were proud to be part of this important adaptive re-use project. Once the sanctuary of the Central Presbyterian Church, built in 1885, this acoustically wonderful space now serves as one of Rochester’s most popular concert venues. It has won numerous design awards.




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1928 Tudor Revival Residence
Family Room Addition

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The Hopeman House – 1928
Rochester, NY
Complete renovation
from basement to
third floor


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RPO Symphony Showhouse Master Bedroom

Wright Design Associates was selected to design the Master Bedroom for a Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Symphony Showhouse. The designer's plan called for the use of natural fibers and colors accented with rich color in hand-embroidered pillows and original artwork. The walls were finished in a hand-applied Venetian plaster. The furniture was Stickley and the carpets were from Messner's in Pittsford and Edward Fields. This project was honored by the International Design Guild.