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November 24, 2020


In CT Insider: Aesthetic concepts and their impact on charity homes in New Orleans and New Haven

In Common Edge: Architecture Misses Charles Moore

In Mockingbird: Can Zoom Be Sacred? The Architecture of God

In CT Insider: The blight fight in Connecticut’s neighborhoods

In ArchDaily: “Make It Right” Goes Wrong in New Orleans

In Mockingbird: On the Cusp of Humility

In CT Insider: Living in history and the old house appeal

In CT Insider: ‘Antique’ and ‘Modernist’ homes make for strange bedfellows

In Mockingbird: Beholding the Lilies of the Field

In CT Insider: ‘Pay for play’ sites remove human touch from architecture

In Common Edge: Does Architecture Have a “Fake News” Problem?

In CT Insider: Will zoning laws in Connecticut catch up with the new realities?

In CT Insider: So what do we do with all those malls and office parks?

In ArchDaily: Are Cities Over? Not So Fast

In New Haven Register: Opinion: Can we prevent the loss of history in New Haven?

In Common Edge: Covid-19 Has Raised the Question: Why Do We Design Buildings?


Recent Images


 The outdoor chapel at Incarnation Camp in Ivoryton, CT

Click here to read about the project.



CEPHAS Housing 25 Years Ago in Yonkers NY

Click here to read about the project.



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


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

    Beautiful. The chapel is awesome!

    Sent from my iPhone

  2. October 4, 2020 11:58 am

    Love this Peaceful and Powerful Place of Worship…

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