Superior Residential Architecture

With a reputation for designing distinctive houses, Optimus Architecture is a great choice for your residential architecture needs. Our projects have ranged from historically sensitive additions and renovations to new contemporary houses with geothermal, solar, and energy-efficient systems.

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Our Residential Projects

Bozorth House

Bozorth House
Bozorth House Exterior

Bruer House

Bruer House
Bruer House Interior

Dutchess County Hilltop

Dutchess Hilltop Exterior
Dutchess Hilltop Exterior
Dutchess Hilltop Interior
Dutchess Hilltop Interior

Gaddis House

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Grant Baden House

Grant Baden House
Grant Baden House Exterior

Ulster Savings Bank

Location: Red Hook, NY

Description: Ulster Savings Bank wanted a design with traditional historical character to enhance their new branch in Red Hook, NY. This 4,200-square-foot facility was just one of the many branches Optimus Architecture designed for Ulster Savings Bank throughout the Hudson Valley. Our design, experience, and reputation were well-received by local town boards, expediting the approval process for these projects.

Central Hudson Cafeteria

Location: Rhinebeck, NY

Description: Rich in historic and traditional architecture, Rhinebeck is also a vehicle and pedestrian-oriented community. Designing within this context requires sensitivity, and Optimus Architecture worked through several versions of this site to achieve an aesthetic and functional building, making it a beautiful addition to Rhinebeck.

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) assisted with energy conservation grants, including a geothermal heat pump system that economically heats and cools the building. This project earned a Dutchess County Planning Award and high praise from the community.

Montgomery Row

Location: Poughkeepsie, NY

Description: Since employees have limited time for meals with few nearby dining options, and Central Hudson uses this space to support staff during emergency operations, they retained Optimus Architecture to design a more comfortable dining facility with a modern appearance. As part of innovating a 1950s wide-open dining and food service area, our column and ceiling design defines circulation and separates the dining area.

Project: Bozorth House

Project: Bruer House

Project: Dutchess County Hilltop

Project: Gaddis House

Project: Grant Baden House