Single Family | Adaptive Reuse | Custom Homes
Tiny Home Initiative
Wiles Architects has teamed up with the Tiny Home Initiative to take on a new approach to affordable housing. With the use of Tiny Homes, people and families from lower income backgrounds, can now afford a home, without breaking the bank. Tiny homes, being much smaller than your traditional home, cheaper and easier to build, become the perfect solution for many. So far Wiles Architects has designed 5 different styles of Tiny Homes. Some are single family homes, 2 family homes, loft style homes, and even 2 bedroom homes. Because of its versatility, the options and ideas for tiny homes are endless.
182 Milford Point Road
Cedar Beach | Milford, CT
Located at the edge of the Housatonic River, this home has been designed to be durable enough to withstand the wind and water forces of the River, and also maintain an aesthetically pleasing exterior and interior. This home is currently under construction and is expected to be completed in late September-to-early October of 2016.
Ash Creek | Fairfield, CT
Located on a recently purchased adjacent property, this modern take on the traditional "out building" rasied the bar as to how the back yard can be utilized. The Client wanted a simple space that would become the backdrop to weekend parties and family barbeques. The ultimate goal was to create a fun and hip building to entertain around.
Lewis Bay | West Yarmouth, MA
A single family owned home since 1936, the 3rd Generation of Cambel’s living in the residence decided to upgrade and renovate the existing structure. The end result was a home that was not only visually appealing with nautical themes and sweeping views of the Bay that the house was perched on, but a home that was user friendly to the large family that occupied this space.
Cedar Beach | Milford, CT
Single Family Residence
The Crossing at
Park City West
Cherry Street, Bridgeport, CT
Wiles Architects has been working with Corvus Capital to design an all new housing community in the Historic West End of Bridgeport, CT. The site is located between Railroad Avenue and Cherry Street and will span from Hancock Avenue to Fairfield Avenue, where the I-95 and and Metro North Railroad tracks meet.
The project is expected to be home to:
A 26-story high rise: 100,000 SF of Retail/Office Space & 100,000 SF Residential Space
10-Eight Story Residential Buildings: +/-1,075 Living Units. (Studios, 1 BR, 2BR, 3BR)
2,950 Onsite Parking Spaces
30,000 SF street level retail space
Park West Crossing is expected to include various courtyards, green-space, playgrounds, and other recreational spaces. It is also the final stage of a three phase project, construction is expected to start in 2020.