DAVID SCOTT PARKER ARCHITECTS is an award-winning architectural firm that specializes in residential design and historic preservation.  Since its founding in 1989, the Southport, Connecticut-based team of architects and designers has completed numerous projects across the United States, ranging from significant private residences to National Historic Landmarks.

In their scale, location, and quality, Parker Architects’ body of work indicates its broad expertise and exceptional ability in working in various locations, environments, and styles.  The firm’s extensive knowledge of design, decorative arts, and architectural history — paired with its concern for the general demands of modern life — allows Parker Architects to synthesize disparate elements into distinctive and cohesively conceived structures.

David Parker and his experienced 20-member team share a passion for design and a desire to innovatively fuse traditional forms, vernacular styles, and individual expression into every project. Their residential and preservation work has received many honors, including the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Tony Goldman Award; two New York Landmarks Conservancy Moses Preservation Awards; three Palladio Awards; two Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Stanford White Awards; and several AIA honors and citations in Connecticut, New York and New England. Current projects are located in the northeastern United States, Florida and California.

DAVID SCOTT PARKER, FAIA is licensed in eight states with reciprocity throughout the United States. He holds degrees from the University of Virginia as well as the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he served on the Harvard Design Magazine Practitioners’ Board. David contributes his time in service on the boards of numerous institutions and not-for-profit organizations — currently including Lyndhurst and the Merritt Parkway Conservancy — and is a Trustee of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

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