Master of Architecture, California Polytechnic;
Bachelor of Arts, Dowling College
NY State Architect;
Pilot, single engine and glider
Certification: USGBC LEED AP
Secretary, AIA NY State Past Board of Directors,
AIA NY State; Past President,
AIA Peconic Chapter; Member, National Council
of Architectural Review Board; USGreen Building Council, American Solar Energy Society, American Wind Energy Association, Southampton Town Sustainability Energy Council.
Total years experience: 39
Years with firn: 23
Richard F. Stott, AIA, LEED AP
Richard (Ric) Stott obtained a Bachelor of Science in Sociology, from Dowling College in 1973. After graduation, he moved to California where he found his way into the building trades. With a construction background as a carpenter and contractor, he at-tended architecture school. After receiving a Master of Architecture Degree, with Hon-ors, from California Polytechnic State University in 1983, he moved back to the East Coast where he established his own firm in 1988. In 1996 Mr. Stott consolidated efforts and joined forces with Henry M. Flynn Architect in Southampton. Together they completed commercial, institutional and residential projects in New York and Maine. Their award-winning, innovative and original designs include custom-made furniture, built-ins, and architectural features. Stott Architecture, P.C. was established in 2013 after Flynn’s retirement. The firm inte-grates a variety of efficient and environmentally responsible technologies including: Solar Air/Water Heating, Photovoltaic Energy, Geothermal Heating and Cooling, Pas-sive Solar Design. Mr. Stott’s area of interest and expertise is “sustainable” architecture. As a LEED AP he has recently completed the first LEED Platinum, Carbon Neutral home in Suffolk County. Mr. Stott has been heavily involved with American Institute of Architects (AIA) for the past 30 years. He is a member of the National Council of Architectural Review Boards (NCARB). The firm is also a member of the American Institute of Architects Commit-tee on Architecture for Justice, the United States Green Building Council, and the American Solar Energy Society. Mr. Stott understands that focus, careful planning, dedication, as well as a positive at-titude lead to successful solutions. His personal life reflects these beliefs. He has held a pilot license since he was 18 years old, is a glider pilot, and a competitive master swimmer and triathlete. He has successfully completed three Ironman distance triathlons.