Andrew A. Bartolotta, AIA, has more than 25 years of experience designing award-winning architecture for residential, commercial and municipal clients.
Andrew works collaboratively with you to create inspiring architectural spaces that integrate the modern and traditional; offer luxury, function and the unexpected; and convey your personal inspirations. With an emphasis on residential projects, Andrew takes the time to observe and interpret your lifestyle and outlook. He then develops a distinctive living environment that resonates with your family.
Andrew’s residential clients have included leaders in the arts, business, fashion and finance, and their homes are located on the shores of Long Island Sound, the ski slopes of Utah and the rolling hills of Connecticut.
Andrew also has managed the redesign and expansion of prominent commercial and municipal facilities.
Andrew’s designs have won many architectural awards, including:
The Alice Washburn Award honoring traditional Connecticut residential architecture, AIA Connecticut, 2017.
The Innovation in Design Award, Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, 2017 and 2009.
The People’s Choice Award for “your favorite residence,” AIA Connecticut, 2013.
The Encompassing Art Award, AIA Connecticut, 2012.
His work has been profiled in many issues of Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, including the September 2016 cover article titled, “A new home gives a nod to the past while striking a balance between sophistication and practicality.”
Andrew launched Studio Bartolotta LLC, based in Weston, Connecticut, in 2018. He previously was a principal with Beinfield Architecture in South Norwalk. Andrew also was an architect with firms in New York City, Washington, Fairfield County and Westchester County. He began his career with the international firm Sasaki Associates.
Andrew is a long-time member of the American Institute of Architects. He is a 1989 graduate of the School of Engineering and Architecture at The Catholic University of America. He received the Paul A. Goettleman Best Thesis Design Award and the Alpha Rho Chi Medal for Scholastic Achievement.