Demetriades + Walker

Demetriades + Walker is located in the Northwest hills of Connecticut. The work is primarily residential, spirited by an innovative approach to modernism and site integration. A site and client responsive methodology is fundamental to all projects. Stylistically, our work embraces modernism, as well as the vernacular tradition; we believe the choreography of light, volume and spatial progression transgresses stylistic labels. We research and select materials for sustainability and to harmonize with our architectural objectives, balancing dynamic and contemplative aspects.


Elizabeth Demetriades AIA LEED AP

Elizabeth Demetriades majored in Architecture as an undergraduate at Yale University and received her Master of Architecture from Columbia Graduate School of Architecture and Planning. She started her firm Elizabeth Demetriades Architecture in New York City to undertake residential projects. The firm’s scope of work grew to include projects throughout New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts. Elizabeth Demetriades is NCARB certified, LEED AP and licensed to practice Architecture in New York, Massachusetts and Connecticut. She has been working in partnership with Patrick Walker since 1996.

Patrick Walker AIA

Patrick Walker received his Professional Degree in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati and his Master of Architecture from Yale University School of Architecture. He was awarded the Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Foundation Travelling Fellowship. He is NCARB certified and licensed to practice Architecture in New York and Connecticut. He has been working in partnership with Elizabeth Demetriades since 1996.


Architect Summer 2018 “Making Fenestration a Reality”
Fine Homebuilding October 2018 ” Houses by Design: A Modern Home in a Historic District”
Berkshire Style September 2018 “Demetriades + Walker”
Custom Home July 2018 “Old and New”
Dwell May/June 2018 “Outside”
Litchfield Magazine August 2017 “The Most Influential”
Litchfield Magazine June 2017 “Modern Treasure”
Chicago Tribune June 2016 “Screened Porches: The return of a summer classic”
Love Where You Live: At Home in the Country 2013
Contemporary Villas: Dialogues with Nature 2011 “A Boardwalk House”, “Redhook Pool House”
Hamptons Gardens 2011 “The Slifka Beach House”
The Artful Garden 2011 “Layering for Mystery and Enticement”
Nice House 2010 “Chappuis House”
AIA Connecticut News Winter 2010
The Litchfield County Times Monthly January 2010 “Splash-itecture”
2009 Connecticut AIA Design Awards “Red Hook Pool House”
Litchfield Magazine August 2008 “Water Of Love”
AIA Connecticut News Winter 2008
The Litchfield County Times Monthly January 2008 “Modern but Warm”
Aldridge Museum Panel Discussion: “The Harvard Five and Modern Architecture” March 2007
2007 Connecticut AIA Design Awards “Boardwalk House”
Gardens Illustrated June 2006 “Blurring the Boundaries”
Luxury Living Awards March 2006 “Brookline Bathroom”
House and Garden July 2004 “Form Fitting”
The Independent December 2001 “New Ancram Town Hall”
The New American Swimming Pool 2001 “Retreat Pool”
Garden Design May 2001 “Sleek Modernity”
Outside Architecture 1999 “A Foreground for Nature”
Travelling Fellows 1998 “Fifteen Years of Awards”
The New York Times September 1998 “Where Mies Could Towel Off”
House Beautiful January 1996 “House of Ideas”
Hudson Valley October 1993 “East Meets West”
House Beautiful May 1993 “Comfort and Character”
House Beautiful December 1991 “A Green Christmas”