Committed to the belief that successful modern architecture is a synthesis of many skills, the Firm utilizes hand sketches,computer aided design (CAD), Traditional 3D physical models, and computer renderings to convey our design intentions.
Formerly Sylvan Joseph Architects Founded in 1961, The firm has developed with the approach that successful design can be delivered within the parameters of realistic costs and practical construction methods.
As the bridge between client and contractor, we seek to guide our projects from conceptual evaluation, through successive phases of design development, into complete construction coordination. The firm has worked with individual and corporate clients, owner-builders, and developers.
We bring no preconceptions to the design phase of any project. We work to define and meet our client’s needs, and we are prepared to provide our services under a wide range of fee structures and equity participations. Our continuing expansion has been fueled in part by many client’s who have chosen to continue an ongoing relationship with the firm.
We value this recognition of our skills and seek to broaden our horizons in partnership with innovative new clients.
Mark W. Fritz
Custom Residential projects for private residences ranging from additions and alterations, to new home designs.
Since 1997, over 100 custom residential projects have been completed.
Ethiopian Mission to the United Nations: Ambassadors Residence
Cortlandt Estates, Cortlandt Manor, NY
94 Single Family Homes
Wildflower Hills, East Fishkill, NY
Deerfield Ponds, Pawling, NY
35 Single Family Homes
River Ridge, Hyde Park, NY
Bicultural Day School, Maker Space Lab, Stamford CT
Pizza Gourmet restaurant, Mamaroneck, NY
Bedford Thai restaurant, Stamford CT
Caldwell Banker Real Estate offices, Trumbull, CT
Cameo House Cooperative, White Plains, NY
Quaker Ridge Golf Club, NY
American Jewish Congress
Cafenani: Coffee House White Plains, NY
Carl’s Restaurant, Larchmont, NY
Billy’s Gas Light Restaurant, NY
German American Club, Stamford, CT
Pronto Wash, White Plains, NY
• Licenses: New York, Connecticut
• Member of American Institute of Architects 1988 to present
• National Council Architectural Registration Board 1985
• National Honor Society Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Architecture in 1988, New York Institute of Technology
Prior to joining Sylvan Joseph Architects in 1991, Mr. Fritz was a Designer and Project Manager at a Connecticut based Architectural and Planning firm. Among his projects were the German American Club in Stamford CT, and the headquarters building for the American Jewish Congress in Manhattan.
In 1995, after several years of work in custom residential design and multi-family developments, Mr. Fritz was made a Partner at Sylvan Joseph Architects.
Mark W. Fritz Architects A.I.A. was established in January 1997