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PATRIQUIN ARCHITECTS is a team of architects and designers based in New Haven, CT. The office has a broad range of experience in a variety of institutional, commercial and residential projects.

Our firm is dedicated to the development of elegant, sustainable design solutions. The studio setting of the office allows for collaborative design and excellence. Our approach to team design to include our clients, our engineering consultants and our construction partners brings a sense of engagement from all parties, resulting in successful and lasting designs.

New Construction

Whether it is a new home, an office space, a restaurant, a medical facility or a mixed-use building, Patriquin Architects ensures that each structure…

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Historic Buildings

Historic buildings present unique challenges and opportunities. At the start of every historic building project, we evaluate the condition of the…

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Alteration & Renovation

Over their lifespans, most buildings will have many different owners and tenants -- and perhaps many different uses. Patriquin Architects…

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Site Analysis & Feasibility

To help our clients determine the best use of their property, Patriquin Architects offers feasibility and site planning services. These…

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Multi-Family Housing
Education
Commercial
Cultural
Residential

Paolo Campos

Associate Principal

Brian Gonzalez

Architectural Designer

Jennifer Shea

Senior Associate

Kristin Irwin

Design Associate

Max Ballardo

Design Associate

Thomas Beech

Design Associate

Paolo Campos

Associate Principal

Brian Gonzalez

Architectural Designer

Jennifer Shea

Senior Associate

Kristin Irwin

Design Associate

Max Ballardo

Design Associate

Thomas Beech

Design Associate

Recognition

About the Friends Center for Children:
This charming building creates a friendly environment for the very young child. The scale and warmth of its materials relate to the child, the primary user.
– AIA Connecticut 2015 Design Award

It’s good to know you can have good architectural design – light, airy, comfortable and efficient – and know that it’s also ‘responsible, green’ design.
– Owner, Kitchen Zinc

The team at Patriquin Architects is extremely hands on, and efficient at following up on any issues critical to the construction schedule. They are very good at problem solving and team resolutions.
– Owner’s Representative, Friends Center for Children.

renovation multi-family senior housing

3 Challenges of Rehabilitating Aging Housing Units

By Karin | February 28, 2019

Building renovations are complex processes requiring many teams, lots of moving pieces, a great deal of careful thought, and a detailed plan. This is especially true when it comes to housing. However, these projects can be very worthwhile for property owners and residents. Renovation expertise will be increasingly in demand in the decades ahead. According…

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multi family affordable housing renovation

How to Improve Accessibility in a Multi-Family Housing Renovation

By Karin | February 28, 2019

It goes without saying that people with disabilities should be able to access public buildings. But to ensure that right, Congress passed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990. It prohibits discrimination in employment, public services, public accommodations, and telecommunications against people who have physical or mental impairments that substantially limit “major life activities,”…

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The Quinnipiac River Oyster Farm is granted a Certificate of Appropriateness by the New Haven Historic District Commission

Oyster Farm Expansion, Redesigned, Wins Support – New Haven Independent

By Karin | February 18, 2019

    It’s not every day that neighbors dispatch their lawyer before a city commission for the sole purpose of expressing joy at an outcome. That’s happened at the most recent meeting of the Historic District Commission at City Hall.

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Capitalizing on the Power of Passive House Design at Our HQ

Capitalizing on the Power of Passive House Design at Our HQ

By Karin | January 31, 2019

At Patriquin Architects, we’re vocal advocates of — and certified in — passive house design. The “Passivhaus standard” was developed in the late 1980s by Bo Adamson of Lund University, Sweden and Wolfgang Feist of the Institut für Wohnen und Umwelt (Institute for Housing and the Environment) in Germany. Passive House USA adapted the German concept…

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renovation multi-family senior housing

3 Challenges of Rehabilitating Aging Housing Units

By Karin | February 28, 2019

Building renovations are complex processes requiring many teams, lots of moving pieces, a great deal of careful thought, and a detailed plan. This is especially true when it comes to housing. However, these projects can be very worthwhile for property owners and residents. Renovation expertise will be increasingly in demand in the decades ahead. According…

Read More
multi family affordable housing renovation

How to Improve Accessibility in a Multi-Family Housing Renovation

By Karin | February 28, 2019

It goes without saying that people with disabilities should be able to access public buildings. But to ensure that right, Congress passed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990. It prohibits discrimination in employment, public services, public accommodations, and telecommunications against people who have physical or mental impairments that substantially limit “major life activities,”…

Read More
The Quinnipiac River Oyster Farm is granted a Certificate of Appropriateness by the New Haven Historic District Commission

Oyster Farm Expansion, Redesigned, Wins Support – New Haven Independent

By Karin | February 18, 2019

    It’s not every day that neighbors dispatch their lawyer before a city commission for the sole purpose of expressing joy at an outcome. That’s happened at the most recent meeting of the Historic District Commission at City Hall.

Read More
Capitalizing on the Power of Passive House Design at Our HQ

Capitalizing on the Power of Passive House Design at Our HQ

By Karin | January 31, 2019

At Patriquin Architects, we’re vocal advocates of — and certified in — passive house design. The “Passivhaus standard” was developed in the late 1980s by Bo Adamson of Lund University, Sweden and Wolfgang Feist of the Institut für Wohnen und Umwelt (Institute for Housing and the Environment) in Germany. Passive House USA adapted the German concept…

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