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The house is the architect's favorite form- an opportunity to work collaboratively with clients on design that shapes and enhances life and gives pleasure over time. Here the "House Partners" at RAMSA, four distinguished architects, present 25 houses and apartments the firm has completed in the past ten years, each a unique design and collectively a stylistically diverse group reflecting deep knowledge of history and precedent.

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Randy M. Correll, a RAMSA partner since 2000, has designed elegant houses across the United States, from Martha's Vineyard and East Hampton to Aspen and Los Angeles, and in Canada and the Caribbean. Gary L. Brewer joined RAMSA in 1989. A partner in the firm, he has a broad body of work that includes residential, academic, and commercial projects. Brewer lectures regularly on the work of the firm and is a board member of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art. Born in Australia, Grant F. Marani came to New York to study architecture at Columbia University and joined RAMSA on graduation in 1984, becoming a partner in 2000. He has designed residences around the world, each reflecting a thoughtful interpretation of regional architectural traditions. Over a thirty-five-year tenure at RAMSA, partner Roger H. Seifter has designed many of the firm's iconic projects, including houses and private apartments across the United States and Canada and in London and New Delhi.


"When it comes to vertical living in New York City, few architects have as much name recognition as Robert A.M. Stern. His buildings, distinguished for their classic, elegant style and creamy limestone facades, are among the most sought-after in the city."
-Robb Report

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