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November 24, 2021


In Mockingbird: The Reformation of the Internet

In Common Edge: Channeling Andy Rooney: the Cranky, Complaining Architect

In Mockingbird: The Meal That Changed So Much

In CT Insider: How ‘traditional’ CT became a hub for Modernist architects like the ‘Harvard 5’

In Common Edge: Why Teaching Architecture Is Difficult

In Mockingbird: A Lack of Earning Potential

In ArchDaily: The Impossibility of Equity

In CT Insider: The real estate boom will end; here’s what to think about

In Mockingbird: Beauty That Does Not Die

In ArchDaily: Local Can Be Universal

In CT Insider: Column: Three ways to protect your home from climate change in CT

In Common Edge: Architecture: A History Lesson on Context, Craft, Gravity and Time

In Common Edge: An Ode to the Planet’s Most Glorious Building Material: Wood

In Mockingbird: Thank You Is Harder

In ArchDaily: Before “Colonial” There Was Immigrant Architecture in North America

In Common Edge: Postmodernism and Disco: Together, Forever

In CT Insider: Are black windows out? How architecture design fads impact resale value

In CT Insider: When it comes to real estate are we in a bubble or a new market?

In Mockingbird: The Puritans Are On The Run

In ArchDaily: Is Apprenticeship the Way That Architectural Education Stays Relevant?


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

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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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