Licensed Architect - Residential and Institutional Architecture - New Jersey, New York, Vermont, Florida
"Clawson Architects is an Award winning and nationally recognized Architectural Design firm for those who value design and believe that everyday life can be enriched through extraordinary design."
Clawson Architects LLC is an award-winning full service Architectural and Interior Design firm with expertise in residential, retail, and institutional facilities. Marvin E. Clawson, AIAAmerican Institute of Architects, NCARBNational Council of Architectural Registration Boards, NJCIDCertified Interior Designer in the State of New Jersey, ASIDAmerican Society of Interior Designers and M. René Clawson, AIAAmerican Institute of Architects, NJCIDCertified Interior Designer in the State of New Jersey, LEED APLeadership in Energy and Environmental Design - Accredited Professional, along with the Clawson Architects LLC team, strive to meet your contemporary living and working style with straightforward, thoughtful, sustainable design solutions. When working with historic properties, we respect the existing details and style. We preserve and enhance the original architecture, while including modern amenities making a seamless transition between what is new and what is original to the structure. When designing from the ground up, we take our cues from the surrounding landscape and our client’s personal style, making each project individual and original. Keeping abreast of the latest innovations in "green" architecture, technology, practice and materials that are smarter and yield a more sustainable future is at the core of meeting our commitment to you and the environment as professionals.
Clawson Architects provides services across the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area as well as in Vermont and Florida. We have provided both residential and commercial architecture and design services in locations like Chatham, Colts Neck, Maplewood, Mountainside, Ridgewood, Short Hills, and South Orange in New Jersey, Gramercy Park, Greenwich Village, NoHo, the Upper East and Upper West Sides of Manhattan in New York City, Katonah, Rhinebeck, and West Point in New York State, Sharon CT, South Hero VT, and Boca Grande FL.