Award-Winning Classical Residential Designer William T. Baker

Award-Winning Residential Designer

For over three decades, nationally known, award-winning, William T. Baker & Associates has redefined beautiful homes and is one of the leading international authorities focused on the traditions of architectural excellence. Working in a number of diverse styles, it is our pleasure to discuss your next residential or commercial project.

Baker’s work has been widely featured in print and broadcast media and is fully illustrated in his three best-selling books, New Classicists and Great American Homes Vols. 1 & 2. His architecture reflects his passion for the classical traditions with a fresh approach that is relevant for today’s lifestyle demands. The hallmarks of Baker’s architecture embodies an extraordinary attention to the details of design and craftsmanship combined with a keen eye for scale and proportion. We invite you to contact us to discuss your next project whether new construction, a significant remodel, or the preservation or adaptive reuse of a historical structure.


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Our latest book...

This magnificent, richly photographed monograph is the third volume in this successful Classicist series, and showcases the beautifully designed homes of the modern families who entrusted William T. Baker with their dreams and visions, and whose trust has been rewarded with classically inspired homes of grace and beauty.


Featured Residential Projects

Lotus House

This Regency-style residence in Atlanta stylistically connects to the Raj in India. A sophisticated architectural design with white painted bricks and limestone accents, Lotus House would be just as at home in India or Georgia.


French Courtyard House

Baker's solution for this French-style home was to place two double garages in the forecourt of the house to create a private arrival court shielded from the street traffic beyond.


Jacksonville Home

The new house was erected on the site of the family's former home on a wide expanse of beach front property. Its Anglo-Caribbean inspiration has Georgian overtones expressed in its architecture.