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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
Karin Patriquin - Portrait

Karin Patriquin

PRINCIPAL
Paolo Campos, AIA, NOMA, Senior Associate at Patriquin Architects, New Haven, CT

Paolo Campos

ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL
Jennifer Shea, Design Associate at Patriquin Architects, New Haven, CT

Jennifer Shea

SENIOR ASSOCIATE
Jeannette Penniman - Portrait

Jeannette Penniman

ASSOCIATE
Max Ballardo, Design Associate, Patriquin Architects, New Haven, CT

Max Ballardo

DESIGN ASSOCIATE
Brian Gonzalez, Architectural Designer at Patriquin Architects, New Haven, CT

Brian Gonzalez

DESIGN ASSOCIATE

Recognition

About the Chrysalis Award:

Patriquin Architects, selected as this year’s emerging firm, has delivered high-quality design to a range of clients and users, spanning multiple sectors and scales. Their design strategies minimize impact on the natural environment, maximize human health and well-being, and align with the sustainability goals of their clients.

-AIA Connecticut 2019 Chrysalis Award

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.

About Roìa Restaurant: 

This preservation and restoration project brings back the feel of the original space leaving traces of the renovations behind with clues in the flooring… It creates a wonderful feeling of being in an historic place where the passage of time is not only noted but celebrated.

-AIA Connecticut 2020 Elizabeth Mills Brown Award of Excellence 

Why is a Feasibility Study Important to the Due Diligence Process?

By Karin | February 25, 2021

Before investing time, effort, and capital into a building project, it is important for stakeholders to know whether the envisioned structure is feasible. Consequently, we’re frequently engaged to perform early feasibility studies. Often, we do this work before being hired for the full design phase, and in many cases, before the potential owner has fully…

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Considering a Historic Renovation? Be Prepared to Pivot!

By Karin | February 18, 2021

Building renovations often reveal unexpected conditions. When the structure being updated is historic and has a long history of alterations and modifications, the findings can be particularly interesting and produce unique challenges. We recommend exploratory demolition prior to starting construction. Sometimes this is not possible, other times the ‘typical’ condition that is exposed is not…

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What Is Daylighting and Why Is It Important?

By Karin | January 27, 2021

The term “daylighting” refers to architectural design that allows natural light into buildings. Daylighting provides many benefits, including increased productivity, enhanced connection to the outdoors, improved health, and energy savings. As a result, it’s highly desirable in educational settings. Numerous certifications for high-performance buildings feature daylighting as part of their rubrics. They cite daylighting as…

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What’s Master Planning? Slate Upper School Is a Good Example of the Process

By Karin | December 28, 2020

Early stage master planning for the design and construction of a building or site is a highly collaborative process that puts the project on the right trajectory for success. It involves everything from early budgeting, to coordinating the work of experts like landscape architects and civil engineers, to working sessions with the client. “Laying the…

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Why is a Feasibility Study Important to the Due Diligence Process?

By Karin | February 25, 2021

Before investing time, effort, and capital into a building project, it is important for stakeholders to know whether the envisioned structure is feasible. Consequently, we’re frequently engaged to perform early feasibility studies. Often, we do this work before being hired for the full design phase, and in many cases, before the potential owner has fully…

Read More

Considering a Historic Renovation? Be Prepared to Pivot!

By Karin | February 18, 2021

Building renovations often reveal unexpected conditions. When the structure being updated is historic and has a long history of alterations and modifications, the findings can be particularly interesting and produce unique challenges. We recommend exploratory demolition prior to starting construction. Sometimes this is not possible, other times the ‘typical’ condition that is exposed is not…

Read More

What Is Daylighting and Why Is It Important?

By Karin | January 27, 2021

The term “daylighting” refers to architectural design that allows natural light into buildings. Daylighting provides many benefits, including increased productivity, enhanced connection to the outdoors, improved health, and energy savings. As a result, it’s highly desirable in educational settings. Numerous certifications for high-performance buildings feature daylighting as part of their rubrics. They cite daylighting as…

Read More

What’s Master Planning? Slate Upper School Is a Good Example of the Process

By Karin | December 28, 2020

Early stage master planning for the design and construction of a building or site is a highly collaborative process that puts the project on the right trajectory for success. It involves everything from early budgeting, to coordinating the work of experts like landscape architects and civil engineers, to working sessions with the client. “Laying the…

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