The Architectural firm of Suter & Suter was formed in 1980. Growing up during the summers on the East End of Long Island, they both grew to enjoy the special beauty of the area and today still strive to include a piece of that in every project they complete.
The firm started small then began to retain a greater number and wider selection of projects involving new residences, renovations, additions and commercial structures.
The firm now handles many new projects a year. Heightening peoples visual experience while relating with the surrounding environment are two of the main goals of the Suters’. Carefully listening to clients’ needs allows the firm to create an eclectic mixture of architectural styles.
BeauxArch 1986, Hampton Day School, Bridgehampton. Exhibited 4 recently completed commercial and residential projects. Parrish Art Museum, Southamton. A birdhouse for a summer fund raiser, 1989 East Hampton Airport Design Guild Hall, East Hampton, 1990. Parrish Art Museum, Southampton A weather vane for a summer fund raiser, 1991.
NEW YORK TIMES, January 1985
HOME MAGAZIME, February 1987
HOUSE AND GARDEN, July 1987
HOME, August 1988
HOUSE, May/June 1992
INTERIOR DESIGN, October 1995
HOUSE, July/August 2001
Working with the Long Island Chapter of the AIA. Photographing and researching an AIA guide to Long Island. Animal Rescue Fund (ARF) Shelter, Daniels Hole Road, East Hampton. 8,000 square feet, Completed construction, 1984. Member Architectural Review Board, Riverhead. 1990-1996