New Home Construction North Shore – Home Builders and Architects
Scott Simpson Design + Build is an experienced, unified team of architects and builders specializing in designing and building new construction homes across the Chicagoland area. We invite you to visit our office in Northbrook and to tour some of our award-winning projects in local North Shore communities. Until then – have a look at some of our favorite custom new construction design-build projects!
After years in a beautiful, LEED Platinum-certified house we built for them on a corner lot in Glencoe our second build with this family was focused on finding a more private, larger lot that could allow them to spread out a bit.
With responsibility for both architecture and construction, we were able to infuse every detail with the energy and personality of these Northbrook homeowners – and there were a lot of both!
Old-World style meets modern luxury amenities, infusing first floor focused living with multiple amenities and an array of stunning, resort-style architectural features.
We designed and built this modern farmhouse for longtime Evanston residents who wanted to downsize while young to keep their focus on remaining active in the community.
This was the first LEED gold certified home in Glenview – featuring sophisticated green technologies – while still creating a beautiful and comfortable home tailored to one-level living.
Numerous, future-forward, cost-saving and eco-conscious technologies allowed us to design and build a unique, environmentally sensitive home in Wilmette.
Natural elements are the centerpiece of this Northbrook new construction’s thoughtful design and unique details.
Blocks from Lake Michigan, this new construction home in Kenilworth meets the demands of a young, busy family with warmth and cheer.
We help guide choices for healthy buildings, clean energy, earth-friendly materials, local sourcing and long-lasting quality construction dedicated to sustainability.
We have won multiple historic preservation awards by using craftsmanship to restore historic homes, while making updates that meet current family needs.