Douglas VanderHorn Architects’ newly restored Greenwich headquarters at 41 West Elm Street was originally built as a home in 1928. Click to read more about the restoration.
Take a tour of the kitchen in our Waterfront French Eclectic home. Click to tour.
In the Traditional Architecture Greater Than 7,000 Square Feet category, DVHA’s Waterfront French Eclectic project took home the award at this year’s atHome Magazine’s A-List Awards.
Host Parker Kelley visits the home of DVHA client Helen Maher and features Douglas VanderHorn as well as many local Greenwich businesses in this episode of New England Living.
Award-winning interior designer and author James Swan interviews Douglas VanderHorn in this podcast, who shares a history of his stories, advice, and architectural inspiration.
Douglas VanderHorn Architects has launched a YouTube channel focusing on sustainable building practices, including green technologies, energy efficiency and high-tech smart house controls.
our our Darien Colonial project featured on Dering Hall! Click to tour the home.
Douglas VanderHorn will be delivering a presentation on the lasting importance of classic architecture at Harvard University on June 23, 2016. For more information about the lecture series click here.
Take a tour of our Greenwich Waterfront Shingle on Houzz! Click to tour.
Douglas VanderHorn was an honoree in Serendipity’s annual Design Market Digest. Click here to learn more about the event, which was held at the Lillian August storefront in Greenwich, CT.
The Greenwich Time featured Douglas VanderHorn in a front-page editorial on May 15, 2016. To read the article click here.
Take a tour of our 1860s Barn Renovation on Houzz! Click to tour.
DVHA has been honored with The Best of Houzz Design Award for 2016. The award commemorates the firm’s work and popularity among Houzz’s 35 million monthly viewers. Click here to view our Houzz profile.
Our Greenwich Waterfront Shingle house tour was voted as one of the top 10 “Readers’ Favorite House Tours of 2015”. Click to tour the home.
Visit our DVHA Houzz page to view a new and exclusive video profile of Douglas VanderHorn. Click to watch.
DVHA had an incredibly successful year. Our images were viewed over 2 million times on Pinterest. Here’s to another great year in 2016! Click to follow us on Pinterest.
Out of hundreds of Houzz’s Room of the Day tours, our Ladies’ Master Bath Renovation was chosen as one of “The Top 20 Rooms of the Day From 2015”. View the bath, as well as other Houzz photos here.
With over 1.8 million impressions, our Greenwich Waterfront Shingle kitchen photo was chosen as one of “The 20 Most Popular Kitchens Photos of 2015” on Houzz. See the project here.
The New England Design Hall of Fame will induct Douglas VanderHorn at the 9th annual ceremony in November, honoring those who have made a significant impact on residential design in New England.
In the Traditional Architecture Greater Than 7,000 Square Feet category, DVHA’s Greenwich Shingle Style took home the award at this year’s atHome Magazine’s A-List Awards.
he AIA Connecticut chapter has awarded Douglas VanderHorn Architects with the prestigious Alice Washburn Award, recognizing excellence in architecture and design. See the home here.
The Brick Industry Association has honored Douglas VanderHorn Architects’ Georgian Pool House with a Bronze award, recognizing premier architecture using clay brick. Click to see the award.
Douglas VanderHorn Architects has placed as an Innovator 3 winner in the CTC&G Innovation in Design Awards (IDAS), the premier design competition that honors top design in Connecticut.
With over 600,000 impressions, our Greenwich Waterfront Shingle kitchen is currently trending on Houzz!
Douglas VanderHorn Architects was honored with eight awards at this year’s annual HOBI Awards ceremony!
Houzz honored Douglas VanderHorn Architects with two “Best of Houzz” awards in both Design and Service. The awards rank our firm’s work most popular among more than 25 million monthly users on Houzz. View our profile.
Be sure to pick up your copy of September’s House Beautiful Magazine featuring the interiors of our recently completed Greenwich Waterfront Shingle home. See the images here.
Douglas VanderHorn has been named Architect of the Week by Design Connect, the definitive directory of the world’s finest interior designers and architects.
Take a tour of our new Colonial Revival home featured on Dering Hall.
Sponsored by atHome Magazine, this year’s A-List Awards will be held on September 11th at the Stamford Palace Theater. We’re thrilled to have our classic Georgian pool house nominated as a finalist. Tour the pool house on our site.
Vetted from over 150 entries in this year’s Brick Industry Association’s Brick in Architecture Awards, our Classic Georgian Greenwich home is the bronze award winner in the ’Residential- Single Family’ category.
We’re proud to be sponsoring ‘Greenwich’s Great Estates’, on display until August 31st at the Greenwich Historical Society. The exhibition will examine the era between 1880 and 1920 when America’s elite built estates of staggering proportions in Greenwich and changed both the architectural and the cultural landscape of our town forever. What these families built, what they bought and how they lived will be explored through clothing, photographs and objects drawn primarily from the collection of the Greenwich Historical Society.
Douglas VanderHorn Architects was a finalist in two categories in the CTC&G Innovation in Design Awards (IDAS), the premier design competition that honors top design in Connecticut. Tuesday, May 20th 2014. Our projects are finalists in the Architecture and Kitchen categories.
Douglas VanderHorn Architects has been honored as the Grand Prize Award Winner for their “Bath in a Classical Revival Residence” project in the nationwide 2014 Watermark Award Competition sponsored by Custom Home and Builder Magazine. The results of the esteemed competition were announced on Thursday, April 10th and commend excellence in kitchen and bath design.
Did you know that DVHA is on Houzz? The above bathroom pic received over 4,000 likes in one week! Follow us on Houzz to see more.