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December 1, 2019

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Progress in Greenwich

                                                                                                             

 The outdoor chapel at Incarnation Camp in Ivoryton, CT

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CEPHAS Housing 25 Years Ago in Yonkers NY

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READ:

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In CT Insider: Connecticut’s Architectural Legacy Continues

In Common Edge: The Invented Reality of Suburbia Is Not the Norm

In CT Insider: When Connecticut became Modern, at least in its architecture

In Common Edge: Are We Air Conditioning Our Planet to Death?

In Hartford Current: At their new home in Asylum Hill: Chion Wolf and Emily Petersen have ‘married Hartford’

In Mockingbird: Out of Luck

In Mockingbird: I am Only as Happy as My Childhood Allows Me to Be

In CT Insider: Architecture Is Forced To ReBrand

In New Haven Register: When The Heroes of the Last Century Pass

In CT Insider: Is Beauty a Dirty Word?

In New Haven Register: Happy to be part of this piece

In CT Insider: WALKABLE: What does it mean?

In New Haven Register: New Haven approves plan that will help house homeless young adults

In CT Insider: Home architecture: ‘Traditional’ and ‘Modern’

In CT Insider: In a time of climate change, CT homeowners embrace the old-fashioned screen porch

In Mockingbird: When Football is Over, It Begins

In Common Edge: The Two Most Dangerous Words In Architecture: Style and Beauty

In Common Edge: In Architecture, Silence is Anything But Golden

In Mockingbird: For the Love of Money: The Metronome to Human Life

In Mockingbird: Is Nothing Sacred?

In Common Edge: Hudson Yards and Notre-Dame: A One Two Punch of Megalomania

In Common Edge: Notre Dame: An Architect’s Notes on Building, Belief and the Power of Architecture

In Mockingbird: Rebuilding What We Never Made: Notre Dame

In Mockingbird: REPENT!

In Mockingbird: The Death of Control

In Common Edge: Is the Culture of Architecture Becoming More Profane?

In The New Haven Register: Gehry Turns 90 and New Haven Rediscovers His Presence

In Common Edge: Style Wars Are Increasingly Irrelevant As Things Change

In Common Edge: Confusion of the Vanities: Why Architectural Style Wars Are Becoming Irrelevant

In Mockingbird: I Am Not Karl Lagerfeld

In Common Edge: Why “Zaha Hadid Activewear” Feels Off-Brand

In Mockingbird: We Are Suddenly Surrounded By Dead Trees

In Common Edge: Why Do Architects Remain Obsessed with Flat Roof?

In The New Haven Register: The Yale Armory is No More

In The New Haven Register: The ‘Story of Church Street South’ in a Yale exhibit

In Covenant: The Next Church

In Mockingbird: Aaron Rodgers Failing at Family

In Common Edge: When Buildings Are Shaped More By Code Than Architects

In Mockingbird: The Canon That Crushed Richard Meier

In Common Edge: The Kids are Alright: How the Great Recession Shaped This Generation’s Entry into Architecture

In Mockingbird: A Message From Jesus

In Common Edge: Life, Death and the End of the 20th Century Architecture

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WATCH:

On WTNH News:  Madison Architect Sheds Light on Solar Solution for Homeowners

On Common Ground with Annette Ross:  She asked “Where is Architecture?”, I answered

On HGTV:  Mercedes Home Diaries       Password: mercedes

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One Comment leave one →
  1. Cori SaNogueira permalink
    September 6, 2014 11:14 pm

    Beautiful. The chapel is awesome!

    Sent from my iPhone

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