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2017 Greenwich Rotary Citizen of the Year

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May 17, 2017

2017 Citizen of the Year

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2017 Serendipity Design Market Digest Honoree

Announcement
May 11, 2017

2017 Honoree

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2016 New England Design Hall of Fame Inductee

Announcement
October 06, 2016

Charles F. Hilton is a 2016 New England Design Hall of Fame Inductee.

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2016 Ocean Home Top 50 Coastal Architects

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September 01, 2016

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2016 BIA Brick in Architecture Best In Class for 'Residential-Single Family'

Announcement
August 03, 2016

New Georgian Revival Home

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2016 Winner Corporate Leadership Award, Greenwich Chamber of Commerce

Press
May 17, 2016

Greenwich Chamber of Commerce

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Ocean Home Trends 2016

Press
November 01, 2015

Ocean Home

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2015 Ocean Home Top 50 Coastal Architects

Announcement
October 01, 2015

CHA names to Ocean Home's Top 50 Coastal Architects

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SEPTEMBER 11TH MEMORIAL DEDICATED, GREENWICH, CONNECTICUT

Press
September 16, 2015

Greenwich Sentinel

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2015 athome AList Awards Finalist 'Best Office/Library'

Announcement
September 10, 2015

Having secured a prime site on a scenic cove along Long Island Sound, our clients requested a comfortable, New England shingle-style home that would take full advantage of this stunning setting. As part of the second floor Master Suite, the client’s Study has a comfortable sitting area and custom designed his and her desks with mahogany tops. Reminiscent of the prow of a ship, the room’s curved shape provides for commanding views of Long Island Sound.

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2015 athome AList Awards Finalist 'Best Pool House'

Announcement
September 10, 2015

Nestled into the extensive gardens of a country estate, the Limonaia was inspired by the client’s many sojourns through the gardens of Italy. Reminiscent of a Palladian Villa, the center pavilion is the focus of the building’s tripartite composition and sits facing a small pool of bubbling water. Tall Doric columns, their capitals inscribed with “A day in a garden,” and “A day in paradise,” frame the center entry. Atop sit lead urns sprouting bronze foliage set against stone walls with flaring stone scrolls. Fenestrated loggias link the center pavilion with the end pavilions, where hand crafted bronze gates with arched lunette panels featuring a fruit laden lemon branch, add a sense of detail and grace. Rusticated stonework and graduated slate roofs unite the composition and, along with an extensive stone terrace, tie the building to its bucolic setting. The 814 sq. ft. interior reflects the building’s composition in both its layout and simplicity. The south facing center pavilion and loggias serve as the storage areas for citrus trees during the cool weather months. Exposed antique beams and ceiling boards of hand-hewn reclaimed timbers and lumber rest on stucco walls above a flagstone floor. Stucco arches with decorative stone impost blocks delineate the interior spaces. The timber ceilings continue into the two end pavilions. One pavilion serves as the Potting Room featuring a carved antique limestone sink while the other is finished with stone walls and walkway and serves as a passage to the estate’s garden paths and main house.

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2015 AIA Connecticut Alice Washburn Award Winner 'Accessory Building'

Announcement
August 01, 2015

Nestled into the extensive gardens of a country estate, the Limonaia was inspired by the client’s many sojourns through the gardens of Italy. Reminiscent of a Palladian Villa, the center pavilion is the focus of the building’s tripartite composition. Tall Doric columns, their capitals inscribed with “A day in a garden,” and “A day in paradise,” frame the center entry. Atop sit lead urns sprouting bronze foliage set against stone walls with flaring stone scrolls. Fenestrated loggias link the center pavilion with the end pavilions, where hand crafted bronze gates with arched lunette panels featuring a fruit laden lemon branch, add a sense of detail and grace. Rusticated stonework and graduated slate roofs unite the composition and, along with an extensive stone terrace, tie the building to its bucolic setting. The 814 sq. ft. interior reflects the building’s composition in both its layout and simplicity. The south facing center pavilion and loggias serve as the storage areas for citrus trees during the cool weather months. Exposed antique beams and ceiling boards of hand-hewn reclaimed timbers and lumber rest on stucco walls above a flagstone floor. Stucco arches with decorative stone impost blocks delineate the interior spaces. The timber ceilings continue into the two end pavilions. One pavilion serves as the Potting Room featuring a carved antique limestone sink while the other is finished with stone walls and walkway and serves as a passage to the estate’s garden paths and main house.

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2015 Ocean Home Platinum List

Announcement
July 01, 2015

CHA named to Ocean Home's 2015 Platinum List

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2014 HOBI Awards Winner 'Best Home Office'

Announcement
December 01, 2014

Having secured a prime site on a scenic cove along Long Island Sound, our clients requested a comfortable, New England shingle-style home that would take full advantage of this stunning setting. As part of the second floor Master Suite, the client’s Study has a comfortable sitting area and custom designed his and her desks with mahogany tops. Reminiscent of the prow of a ship, the room’s curved shape provides for commanding views of Long Island Sound.

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2014 HOBI Awards Winner 'Best Kitchen > $200,000'

Announcement
December 01, 2014

Having secured a prime site on a scenic cove along Long Island Sound, our clients requested a comfortable, classic New England shingle-style home whose kitchen, along with the rest of the house, takes full advantage of its stunning setting. Floor to ceiling oak cabinetry in the Kitchen frames a large center work island, and an arched opening that leads to the Breakfast Room. While complementing the style of the house, the design of the Kitchen and Breakfast Room have a casual elegance appropriate for modern waterfront living.

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