If Richard Granoffs name sounds familiar to you, perhaps you saw him on Good Morning America, where one of his projects was showcased. Or read his name in the New York Times, Fine Homebuilding, or Veranda. Or seen his work in our pages. Granoff, AIA, has become a top player on the Westchester/Fairfield county architecture scene, working on projects like new homes ranging from 3,000 to 30,000 square feet and larger, whole-house renovations, selective additions, historic restorations, landscape design, residential development, and sustainable green design. Based in Greenwich and Southampton, the firms professional staff of 25 includes architects, landscape architects, and interior designers who embrace Granoffs philosophy that good architecture is balanced between respect for the past and excitement about the future. Partner Kenneth Andersen, a Chappaqua resident, handles most Westchester projects.