traditional home

North Main St Progress

Siding on this traditional style home in Southampton, NY revealed. Currently under construction. We have seen a great amount of progression in such a short time. Project is close to completion. 

Siding on this traditional style home in Southampton, NY revealed. Currently under construction. We have seen a great amount of progression in such a short time. Project is close to completion. 

Dramatic Main Living Area in New Jason Thomas Architect Home

When we are tasked to design a new custom shingle style home, we constantly try to push the limits with dramatic spaces that feature large open living areas and entertaining spaces.

When we are tasked to design a new custom shingle style home, we constantly try to push the limits with dramatic spaces that feature large open living areas and entertaining spaces.

Noyac Path Project Taking Shape

JTA is proud to announce the framework for a new shingle style gem located at 1092 Noyac Path is in progress.  Most often when we meet clients, they talk about they have been thinking of doing their project for years.  Isn't it time you started your dream project?

Amagansett Home Taking Shape

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Windows and doors are in on this Jason Thomas Architect home.  The final color is to be determined, but the windows, door, and trim are primed and ready for a darker color.  We are very excited to see how the house will look with the shingles and final color.

West Prospect Southampton Village Traditional

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Jason Thomas Architect is excited about our new project on West Prospect Street in Southampton Village.  This village home will be a classic all white traditional home with classic traditional detailing often found in the Village.

Christmas is coming...Get your family the home they always dreamed of.

20 Egypt Close Construction

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Jason Thomas Architect and Ben Krupinski Builders are working on a new single family residence in East Hampton Village.  We are very excited about this shingle style residence. 

Is it time for your architecture project?