At Tiefenthaler, we partner with many talented Connecticut architects and interior design specialists to help bring the fine home construction, renovation and restoration dreams of our clients to life. When it comes to custom built homes developed according to the discerning tastes of our customers, Rob Sanders is one of our most skilled architects. Mr. Sanders focuses on creating custom homes that are simultaneously functional, comfortable and aesthetically stunning.
By concentrating on the classic elegance of traditional construction practices and the convenience of modern advances, Mr. Sanders develops living spaces that conform to homeowners’ expectations of form and utility. He balances proportion with intended use to create floor plans that are efficient in their design and pleasing to the eye. Natural light and building material quality are equally important to achieving the vision of his clientele.
While he specializes in renovating historic homes of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, Mr. Sanders also recognizes the value of more modern appointments and fixtures. With advanced technologies in insulation, high efficiency windows, HVAC systems, and ventilation, he is able to develop homes that save homeowners on energy bills. At the same time, Mr. Sanders is also cognizant of the latest green initiatives and environmentally friendly approaches to construction.
Mr. Sanders serves clients in Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts providing architectural design services and interior design consulting. He also specializes in site and landscape analysis related to historic buildings, a necessary process when making major renovations to certain protected structures.
For more information on the accomplished and experienced Connecticut architects that we work with at Tiefenthaler, please contact our office. We specialize in custom construction projects, as well as preservation of well-aged, historic homes around the Fairfield County area. Our experts also handle major home renovations and large scale additions to existing structures.