Douglas Wright founded the firm and personally directs the design and administration of the firm's projects.
He has designed and overseen the administration of a broad range of projects including residential estates and their master plans, vacation homes, apartments, country clubs, planned developments, and boutique hotels and resorts.
Growing up in an historic home introduced Mr. Wright early on to fine architecture built for a specific setting. Subsequent travels nurtured a lifelong interest and pursuit with bachelor's and master's degrees from Yale and the University of Texas at Austin.
Prior to forming Douglas C. Wright Architects, Mr. Wright was a partner in Miller & Wright Architects directing many of the firms projects. Before then, he was a principal at Hart Howerton Architects and Planners in New York leading teams on major residential, country club, and boutique hotel projects. Early in his career, he developed his expertise as an associate with Robert A. M. Stern Architects, and working with Ferguson & Shamamian Architects, B Five Studio, and Davis, Brody, Bond. Mr. Wright started his career as an architect/designer with the renowned decorating firm Parish-Hadley Associates, and continued with Brian McCarthy before pursuing further studies in architecture.
Mr. Wright was interviewed on Bloomberg TVís MarketMakers with Stephanie Ruhle and Erik Schatzker, and his work has been published in Coastal Living, the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, New York Social Diary, Luxe, Vanity Fair, Ridgefield Magazine, and Architectural Digest among other publications. He has taught at the New School University, and the University of Texas at Austin, and served as a guest critic at the Yale School of Architecture.