Founded in 2003 by Rob Sanders, his award-winning firm, Rob Sanders Architects, specializes in preserving, restoring, and adapting 18th, 19th, and 20th century buildings for discerning clients.

Renovations, additions, new houses, and vacation homes are all treated with the same thoughtful approach.

RSA also has extensive experience with adaptive reuse of older structures as updated business locations, preserving architectural character and history while accommodating 21st century needs.

The firm is experienced with and stays abreast of the evolving technologies which provide improved insulation, windows, glass, ventilation, heating and cooling systems, including geothermal heat pumps, roof materials and alternative sources of power.

Rob Sanders’ work has been published in This Old House, Renovation Style, New York Magazine and other national and local publications, and in the book “Suburban Renewal” by Tom Connor (Viking Studio, 2000).

Rob Sanders Architects projects are located in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Maine, and California. The six-person firm is located in a renovated Victorian barn in Wilton, Connecticut.

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