Stephen Moser

adaptive reuse, Architecture, Green Design, Upstate

Architect Stephen Moser, treehouse-inspired home, Mamaroneck Residence, renovated ranch, 1950s ranch, Mamaroneck, O’Brien Carpentry,

Architect Stephen Moser gained thirty years worth of experience by working in contemporary luxury projects, including a hotel/spa in Beirut and private residences in New York and London, as well as by creating fashion boutiques in Asia for the likes of Chanel and Armani. He recently set up his own practice, translating that experience into refined homes like the Mamaroneck Residence. This family home is actually a beautifully renovated 1950s ranch that features stylish interiors, custom-made wooden furniture, an indoor pool, and even a treehouse, which served as the inspiration for the whole redesign of the house.

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