Long known for its high-end custom residential work, Robert A.M. Stern Architects has launched a dedicated website to highlight its extensive portfolio of exquisitely designed and crafted houses. In a press release about the new site, the firm states the goal of the initiative: “Developed as an adjunct to ramsa.comramsahouses.com was created to increase the visibility of our firm’s single-family residential practice within the digital landscape. The content on this new site is curated to feature what we believe to be our best projects—past and present—depicted in large format, eye-catching images.”

The firm has previously published large, elegant volumes of its residential portfolio through the decades, including “Design for Living: Houses by Robert A.M. Stern Architects” in 2015; “Robert A.M. Stern Houses and Gardens,” in 2005; and Robert A.M. Stern Houses,” in 1997—all from Monacelli Press. The subtle difference in the 2015 volume and, indeed, in the new website is the clear acknowledgement of the maestro’s collaborating partners and residential studio heads, Gary Brewer, Randy Correll, Grant Marani, and Roger Seifter.

 

Grant Marani, Randy Correll, Gary Brewer, Roger Seifter, and Robert A.M. Stern. Photo: Courtesy Robert A.M. Stern Architects