Founded in 1983 by Larry Korinda, Lawrence Korinda Architect merged a wealth of experience and skill into a company that would earn a remarkable reputation as a leading residential architecture firm. The firm's dedication to responsiveness and personalized service offers our clients an educational collaboration, a synergy of creative ideas and a focus on quality with value always in mind.
Larry earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree Carnegie Mellon University and a dual Masters in Architecture and Urban Planning from Princeton University.He has worked on many award winning projects throughout his career. Larry began as an independent architect in 1985 after several years with a commercial firm. Early in his career, he was responsible for the design of the two expansions of the New Jersey Fireman's Home and the Fireman's Museum, Facade change of Greenhill Shopping Center, Phase 1 of the Mountain Lakes Club and most recently the Lake Valhalla Club renovations. Complementing the commercial work, Larry has done residential projects throughout the state and as far afield as Wyoming, Vermont, Upper New York State, Fire Island and Ireland. His training and experience have developed his sophisticated, yet accessible, style.