Charles Hilton Launches his First Book, Classic Greenwich Houses

Classic Greenwich Homes Book Cover

Charles Hilton Architects is thrilled to announce the release of their new book, Classic Greenwich Houses. The book explores nine estates that illustrate the firm’s creativity and ingenuity to design houses that both honor tradition, while seamlessly integrating modern amenities that are painstakingly incorporated into each space. Featuring 200 stunning images of detailed interiors, exteriors, and expansive landscapes, Classic Greenwich Houses is ideal for architectural professionals, students, and admirers of classic residential design.

Charles Hilton

The book includes a thoughtful introduction by Charles Hilton outlining his connection to Greenwich and the community and situating his practice within the architectural history of the area. Hilton has practiced in Greenwich for more than thirty years, and he is fluent with its rich and diverse architectural heritage. This means that his houses, while meticulously detailed and impressive, are also beautifully integrated into the panoramic waterfronts, rolling lawns and rustic back-country landscapes that are characteristic of Greenwich and the surrounding countryside.

Charles Hilton is the founder of Charles Hilton Architects, an award- winning firm based in Greenwich, CT. Hilton received his architectural education at Pennsylvania State University and at the Technische University in Darmstadt.  During his time in Germany he traveled extensively throughout Western Europe formulating his ideas about the role of classical architecture in the modern world.  Hilton is recognized as a Top 50 Coastal Architect and is a member of the New England Design Hall of Fame.  Hundreds of timeless residential designs have earned him recognition from the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art and the American Institute of Architects.  

The book is available at local book shops as well as on Amazon.  

Presented by Charles Hilton Architects
170 Mason Street
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830


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