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NEW HAVEN MAGAZINE: GETTING OUTSIDE AGAIN

By Karin | April 15, 2015

We were mentioned in New Haven Magazine’s March-April 2015 issue, pages 39-43. Getting Outside Again ‘Cabin fever is finally giving way to life back outside. We share some of our favorite outside views to help usher in a new attitude.’ … Architect Karin Patriquin created an ideal space for entertaining friends and family. This protected…

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Property of the Month: Patriquin Architects designs new 9,200 s/f Friends Center for Children in New Haven

By Karin | April 23, 2014

NEWSFLASH: We were featured in the New England Real Estate Journal in March! Read the article below: New Haven, CT With six months under their belts, the administrators, teachers, parents and children of the new Friends Center for Children in New Haven have weighed in on their new facility. “We are especially proud of the…

A New Facility in New Haven Embodies the Principle of the

A New Facility in New Haven Embodies the Principle of the Environment as a Teaching Tool

By Karin | January 30, 2014

The Architecture of Early Childhood, Jan 29, 2014 To view download the article below: To read more about the Friends Center for Children, click here.

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No Place Like Home: A ‘Community’ Architect Creates the Ideal Family Home (Cover Feature)

By Karin | October 3, 2013

New Haven Magazine, October 2013 View this article as a downloadable file below. see the featured project here from our portfolio.

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New Quaker Child Care Center Debuts

By Karin | September 22, 2013

New Haven Independent, Friday, September 20, 2013 View this article online Click here to view the Friends Center for Children.

New Haven’s Friends Center for Children Opens in New Space

By Karin | September 20, 2013

New Haven Register, Friday, September 20, 2013 View this article online. Click here to view more about this project in our portfolio

Designs of the Times (from the Daily Nutmeg)

By Karin | February 21, 2013

Seinfeld character George Costanza often pretended he was an architect in order to impress women, a recurring feature on the path to his inevitable, hilarious downfall at episode’s end. The ploy made sense amid the absurdity. “Architect” is one of those professions with an undeniable cool-factor: designing and modeling buildings is seriously awesome. After some…

Quakers Seek Day Care Expansion in the Heights

By Karin | December 7, 2012

Quakers Break Ground On $3.2M Pre-School New Haven Independent, Thursday, December 6, 2012 View this article online. View this project in our portfolio here.

Building Context

By Karin | November 25, 2011

Cottages & Gardens, November 2011 View this article online

Milan Furniture Fair 2011

By Karin | July 10, 2011

Cottages & Gardens, July 2011 View this article online