Robert A. Marrapodi, RA, AIA
Robert has been practicing architecture for over 30 years in New York City, Long Island, Connecticut, and the Hudson Valley. With each project, a methodical plan is developed with sensitivity to site character and specific conditions. Each project is successfully accomplished with the benefit of Robert’s extensive experience in commercial and residential building. This includes design, planning, project management and a special emphasis on custom woodwork where desired or warranted. Marrapodi Architecture was established in the town of Rhinebeck in 1999. Services offered are residential design, renovation, historic restoration and light commercial work. Robert does an extensive amount of consulting, site planning and feasibility evaluation. His effort is in adding well thought out buildings to the environment while fostering the general public’s enthusiasm and appreciation for good design. This can be accomplished in any budget scenario with the guidance of a sympathetic and experienced design professional.
Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA) and U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
Licensed in the State of New York.
City College of New York School of Architecture & Environmental Planning, Bachelor of Architecture 1980. Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Thesis on Rethinking the Home 1996
AIA, USGBC, American Society for Historic Preservation, Hudson Valley Smart Growth Alliance, The Town of Clinton Planning Board Member and Zoning Administrator, Adjunct Lecturer, Dutchess Community College School of Architectural + Construction Technology
Houzz, January 2016, Best Residential Design
Rhinebeck Historical Society, Nov 2002, Preservation Award
Newsday, May 2004, Conservatories
Poughkeepsie Journal, Aug 2004, New Homes
Poughkeepsie Journal, Feb 2004, Hiring an Architect
Hudson Valley Magazine, Oct 1993 Home Design
House Beautiful, Nov 1994, Home Design
Poughkeepsie Journal, Sept 1988, House Additions