Donald Cantillo has completed a range of residential and commercial projects in New York, throughout the United States and abroad.
His concentration has been on high-end residences including new construction, additions, restorations and renovations to existing houses, and apartment combinations and renovations.
He has spent decades building relationships with high caliber contractors and technical consultants, making it possible to assemble the appropriate team for any type of project.
Balancing the demands of discriminating clients and fixed budgets with the technical and practical challenges of construction in NYC and elsewhere, Donald Cantillo always manages to imbue his projects with the personalities of their owners, making them places to feel immediately at home in for generations.
Luxe Interiors + Design,
Veranda, December 2016
Elle Decor, April 2011, "Looking into the Past"
Beirut apartment of Nabil Nahas
Old House Journal, May 2011
Donald Cantillo received a Master of Architecture from Tulane University in New Orleans and a Master of Urban Planning from New York University.
He studied at the Architectural Association in London for one year and interned for UN Studio in Amsterdam. He was a project architect for Alan Wanzenberg Architect and went on to become a project manager at Selldorf Architects, before opening his own office in 2005.
Donald has collaborated with notable interior designers such as Anthony Baratta and Florence de Dampierre.
He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, a member of the National Arts Club and a licensed architect in New York and Connecticut.
Donald is pursuing a certificate in Historic Preservation Studies from NYU.