Michael Glynn Architects has extensive experience in both residential and institutional projects. Planning skills and design sensibilities have evolved through a wealth of diverse commissions in preservation planning and building design. Our residential work encompasses landscape and structures. Context - whether a streetscape or the brow of a hill - is our guide, often our inspiration.
Institutional projects include master planning for the Simsbury Historical Society and the Historical Society of Greenwich. Mr. Glynn was project architect for the restoration of Franklin Roosevelt's home in Hyde Park, New York; Henry Clay Frick's residence in Pittsburgh; and the Heurich Mansion (the Historical Society of Washington) in Washington, D.C.
Mr. Glynn played a critical role in the preservation of several significant Modernist houses: A Breuer-designed house in Litchfield, two houses by E.D. Stone located in Stamford, CT and Bedford, NY, and a house by Henry Hebbeln in Morris, CT. The Ronemus residence in Westport, the restoration of a 1835 farmhouse and its outbuildings, and the adaptive reuse of a service station dating from 1912, won a Connecticut Trust merit award in 2009.