Taylor Viazzo Architects is an award winning architecture and interior design firm located in New Rochelle, NY, just twelve miles north of New York City. The firm was founded in 2003 by Jason Taylor as J. Taylor Design Group. Nick Viazzo joined the firm in 2005. After more than a decade of close collaboration, Nick partnered with Jason and the firm was renamed Taylor Viazzo Architects (TVA).
Much of our work is focused in our surrounding areas of Westchester County, Long Island, New York City, New Jersey and Connecticut. But we have ventured out further with projects in Massachusetts, New Mexico, and even to the Caribbean Island of Bonaire. Our diverse portfolio of residential and commercial projects includes: new single family homes; renovations and additions; mufti-family residential; new commercial buildings, adaptive reuse of existing buildings; corporate interiors; retail; trade shows, and education spaces. Together with our talented staff, and network of consultants and contractors, we have been able to provide successful designs that have enriched the lives of our clients and the communities where they live and work.
- 2017 AIA Westchester and Hudson Valley – High Honor Award for design excellence – Pound Ridge Pool House
- 2016 AIA Westchester and Hudson Valley – Honor Award for design excellence – Scarsdale Brise Soleil
- 2012 AIA Westchester and Hudson Valley – Citation Award for design excellence – 111 E. 85th Street Lobby
- 2010 AIA Westchester and Hudson Valley – Honor Award for design excellence – Flood House
- 2010 AIA Westchester and Hudson Valley – Community Design Award – Flood House
- 2009 Habitat for Humanity American Dream Award – Flood House
- 2017 June – Arch Plus “Looking Back”
- 2016 January – Arch Plus “Design Awards”
- 2014 June – Arch Plus “Energy from Glass”
- 2013 January – Arch Plus “After Superstorm Sandy”
- 2012 September – Westchester Home Magazine “Rising Stars in Design and Architecture”
- 2011 January – Westchester Home Magazine “4 AIA Winners, Design Standouts”
- 2010 November – New York Times “Laurels for the New and Renewed”