House Repair & Service

Synkov

Mission Statement

SYNKOV HOUSE REPAIR & SERVICE knows that architecture is more than designing buildings. We  work with our clients to craft memorable spaces.

Vacant Position

Senior Design Manager

 

Nikolay Synkov

Founder & Director

 

Vacant Position

Chief Officer

 

Our Team

        "I found it fascinating. Wood for me is organic, alive and to see it reflect aspects of your own visual and spiritual life makes your house a rich sight. I am truly amazed by what you have done. There is a soul and a spirit there" (Michael W. Mulhern)

         "What a remarkable man Nikolay Synkov is to have designed and made such elaborate woodwork for your home! I have never seen anything like it. The whole thing must certainly be presented as a significant work of art." (Douglas Brown)

         "In contemporary design practice, what Nikolay Synkov has done in his completed houses is rare and unique: his unabashedly ornamented interiors and sensuous sculptured exterior ornament in wood and concrete, teetering in the fine balance between rational and irrational, referential and non-referential, carpenter gothic and the traditional wood architecture of Eastern Europe, his work is original and complex" (Sean M. Cummings)



Awards & Testimonials

For more than 20 years, our firm has been delivering on our promise to provide unique designs that are both visually dynamic yet environmentally friendly. We pride ourselves on never delivering anything less than perfection to our clients.


We apply sound principles of design using eco-friendly tools to deliver spaces that inspire. We look forward to working with you on your next project regardless of the size or scope.

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Our Foundation

Hours: Mon - Sat 8am - 6pm

+1.8604041781

info@synkovhouserepair.com

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