Haver & Skolnick Architects

Haver & Skolnick Architects

Haver & Skolnick Architects creates award-winning quality homes and landscapes of timeless design, providing personal service & impeccable attention to detail. A rich tradition of New England Vernacular architecture and gardens inspire designs that reflect history while responding to a 21st-century lifestyle. Founded in 1996, by Charles M. Haver, AIA, and Stewart R. Skolnick, AIA, the firm provides a full range of services including architectural design, interior design, and landscape architecture.

Charles and Stewart guide their clients through each step of the process, from evaluating potential building and garden sites to selecting the perfect swimming pool towels, once the project is completed. Their goal is to make each project a pleasurable experience and to ensure that the final result reflects their client’s vision. They create comfortable, classic, country homes and landscapes which incorporate sustainable building practices and the latest technologies.

Stewart received his architectural education from the University of Arizona and Cornell University, Charles from the University of Virginia. Prior to establishing their firm in Litchfield County, Charles & Stewart each held positions as Design Directors of major New York City architectural firms. Charles is the Vice Chairman of the Roxbury, CT Historic District Commission and Stewart has served on the Roxbury Planning Commission.

  • 3 Southbury Rd
  • Roxbury, CT 06783
  • Stewart R. Skolnick, AIA
  • 860-354-1031


  • Bluestone pavers floating in a sea of polished black stones lead to this Connecticut hill- top pool.
  • A copper shower is set in a jungle of tropical plants.
  • This classic swimming pool features a submerged spa flanked by lounging platforms.
  • This classic swimming pool features a submerged spa flanked by lounging platforms.
  • A fieldstone wall topped with a mahogany fence provides an attractive deer-proof enclosure for this Connecticut garden.
  • Rough granite piers and mahogany gates provide a welcoming entrance to this Connecticut garden.
  • A carved cedar pergola provides a shading dining spot for this Connecticut terrace.
  • A new orchard of mature apple trees provides the perfect entrance to this new farmhouse.
  • A unique "Berry Bowl" is designed to provide a bird-free environment for cultivating blueberries.
  • The steel mesh of the "Berry Bowl" provides protection from birds and support for Kiwi vines.
  • A fountain created from an antique cider press is the centerpiece of this meditation garden.
  • A rustic pergola provides a shady spot overlooking this Connecticut swimming pool.