Winner of At Home’s in Fairfield county 2012 A-List Award for Kids’ Space and Finalists for Pool house & Historical Home Renovation.
Winner of At Home’s in Fairfield county 2011 A-List Award for Bath Design.
Winner in Westchester & Connecticut Cottages and Gardens 2011 Innovations in Design Competition - First Place Kitchen and Second Place Bath design.
Alisberg Parker is recipient of 2 awards in Westchester and Connecticut Cottages and Gardens 2010 Innovations in Design Competition. Look at our website publications section to see the award winning First Place Kitchen and Second Place Bath design.
Alisberg Parker Architects is mentioned on the blog, “The Stamford Wife.”
Alisberg Parker Architects seek to design responsibly and incorporate Green Building techniques and materials into our work. Our partners and staff regularly attend continuing education workshops to remain current with the latest available Green building methods. We present our clients with the many environmentally sustainable energy efficient design choices available. Alisberg Parker Architects is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council .
Bisceglie-Scribner Park opens in Weston, CT. Alisberg Parker Architects donated their time to provide planning and design for the non-profit Weston Park Project to create a new playground, pond entry tower and picnic pavilion for the existing town park. The Weston Park Project raised money and received a matching state grant for the project, then donated the new playground, tower and pavilion to the Town of Weston.
Alisberg Parker Architects LLC awarded Best of Old Greenwich 2009 – Architectural Services by the US Commerce Association.
Alisberg Parker Architects is featured on Fairfield County Look.
Alisberg Parker Architects, LLC has been selected for the 2008 Best of Old Greenwich Award in the Architects category by the U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA).
Ed Parker elected to be the Khakum Wood Association Architect. Khakum Wood, a neighborhood in Greenwich Connecticut, was designed and subdivided in 1925 by Frederick Law Olmsted.