George Sirinakis

George Sirinakis

Wilton, CT, US



    I am a Registered Architect and member of the American Institute of Architects, registered in both, New York and Connecticut. I have been practicing architecture for over twenty years. 

    My expertise is in the renovation and alteration of single family, high-end residential homes. Working primarily in Connecticut and New York, I have developed a diverse design vernacular that I apply to the design of period-sensitive and contemporary homes, alike. With over ten years of practice with noted Greenwich, CT interior designer, Connie Beale, I further broadened my architectural range with the design of custom architectural millwork, including built-in cabinetry, custom kitchens, and furniture for a discerning New England clientele.

    I graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University. I began my career with the architectural interiors firm of H.M. Keiser & Associates (HMK), in New York City, designing and developing construction documents for major Law Firms and corporate tenant spaces. I have also worked for various New York City firms specializing in commercial and institutional projects in the public sector, as well as various hospitality projects, including Loews Hotel, on Park Avenue, and the restoration of the Campbell Apartment restaurant, in Grand Central Terminal, NYC.

    I subscribe to the philosophy that the home belongs to the client, not the architect. I aspire to help guide the client to create a space that is elegant, functional, and comfortable. My efforts are dedicated towards a design philosophy that accommodates both, the client’s personality and individual needs without sacrificing the aesthetic character of the home. I do not advocate a specific architectural “style”, but rather employ a design aesthetic that evolves from understanding the individual. This has afforded me the opportunity to explore numerous architectural styles, from period-sensitive, traditional home design, to designs that are more contemporary and interpretive. Whatever the wishes of my clients, I am versed in the vernacular necessary to fulfill their goals. By including the homeowner in this process, the culmination becomes greater than the sum of its parts.



G. Sirinakis Architect, Wilton, CT, US, Architect, Sole Proprietor

Architect specializing in high-end residential design, the renovation and alteration of single family, high-end homes in Connecticut and New York. Project characteristics include alterations and additions to existing homes, as well as interior renovation, custom architectural millwork, including built-in cabinetry, custom kitchens, and furniture. Proficient also in graphic design, branding and logos.

Jan 2010 - current

Connie Beale Inc. Architecture & Interior Design, Greenwich, CT, US, Architect

Architect overseeing the residential and commercial architectural component of the design firm. Responsible for design and construction documents for high- end residential and commercial clientele. Responsible for period-sensitive architectural detailing and millwork, design concept presentations, extensive client contact. Notable projects - Campbell Apartment renovation, Grand Central Terminal, NY, NY; Loews Regency Hotel renovation of Suites, Lobby, Restaurant, NY, NY; Various residences, Greenwich, CT and Westchester Co, NY.

Mar 1997 - Jan 2010

Zaskorski & Notaro Architects LLP, New York, NY, Project Architect

Project Architect for Carlo Zaskorski, Architects, NY, NY. Scope included administration of project phases ranging from client interface, to design and construction documents. Notable projects - Housing for the homeless multiple dwelling, Bronx, NY, sponsored by the Homeless Housing Assistance Corp. & Facilities Development Corp.; 70,000+ sf. gut rehabilitations for the School Construction Authority & NYC Board of Education.

Jun 1994 - Mar 1997

Kossar + Garry Architects, LLP, New York, NY, Project Architect

Project Architect for a variety of government and city-sponsored contracts. Coordinated projects through design, code and zoning analysis, agency filing, construction documents, and construction observation. Notable projects - Alterations to 46th and 20th Precincts, NY City Police Department; television and recording studios for MTI Corp., NY.

Dec 1992 - Jun 1994

Ross & Anastasi Architects, New York, NY, US, Project Architect

Project Architect in charge of various commercial and residential clients. Extensive experience working with federal, state, and city regulatory agencies. Supervised construction document production. Notable projects - Design, and construction observation of Spiti Housing for the Elderly, a 100 unit residential facility in Astoria, NY, sponsored by the Hellenic-American Neighborhood Action Committee.

Jun 1987 - Dec 1992

HM Keiser & Associates, New York, NY, US, Draftsperson/Construction Coordinator

Draftsman/Construction Coordinator - Extensive field supervision for an interior design firm specializing in corporate and law firm interiors. Space planning, general drafting, and shop drawing review. Notable projects - Renovation of 150,000 sf. office space for the law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton, and Garrison, New York, NY.

Jun 1985 - Jun 1987


Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

Architectural design, history and theory; architectural practice and technology; computer aided design and drafting.

Sep 1980 - Jun 1985

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