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Bialecki Architects: Hudson Valley Architecture

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A house project in Olive.
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 longtime land preservation activist and architect, Matt Bialecki moved his practice from New York City to New Paltz in 1987. In the 30 years since, Bialecki has dedicated himself to revealing the Hudson Valley’s architectural identity by interpreting the regional vernacular and working with local materials and sustainable building systems. Bialecki’s process brings the land’s natural features and topography into the architectural design to create a seamless integration between landscape and building. His designs for public buildings like the Sam’s Point Visitor Center and the Ashokan Center blend land conservation, local sourcing, and green building technologies to create functional, beautiful, modern structures. 


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