Esana Plastic Surgery Center & Medspa

Esana Plastic Surgery and Med Spa in Guilford, CT

A former furniture retail store in Guilford, CT, is the new home of Esana MedSpa and Plastic Surgery Center. The building is made up of a historic pre-Revolution house and a large barn-like addition from the 1990s. We have designed modern medical offices, patient and staff areas in the existing spaces of this building, while…

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Quinnipiac River Oyster Farm

The Quinnipiac River Oyster Farm is a fourth-generation aquaculture site owned by Norm Bloom and Son, and is one of the last traditional oyster farms in the United States. Our master plan for their New Haven location explores traditional and modern production patterns for growing, harvesting, shucking and preserving oysters in the heart of Fair…

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Heights on the River

Rental apartments and retail on East Grand Avenue, Fair Haven Heights, New Haven, CT

Once home to a bustling commercial streetscape with apartments on upper floors, this stretch of East Grand Avenue, the gateway to Fair Haven Heights, sits almost vacant today. We propose to bring rental apartments, a new restaurant/café to the corner at the river, a private entrance for residents and retail spaces that will likely attract…

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The Vault

This historic building in Norwich, CT known as Geer’s Block was built circa 1878. The longtime home to an insurance company, with a large vault in the basement, our modernization proposes a mixed-use building of cafe/restaurant on the street level and four apartments on the upper floors. On the ground floor, the original mosaic floor,…

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Restaurant Concept

Restaurant Concept - Bar Area

Located in an area of local businesses and residences, and close to two colleges, this restaurant will serve a mixed clientele from lunch into late evening. The building had two vacant tenant spaces, the larger of which we converted into an open dining area with views to the kitchen prep area and pizza oven. The…

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Roìa Restaurant

Originally the grand dining room of a 1912 hotel, this restaurant space had undergone numerous renovations, covering up its marble mosaic floors and oak paneling. The new owner envisioned a modern bistro with a historic flavor; we restored the 5,900 square foot space to its former grandeur. A new entry vestibule allows ADA access from…

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Zinc Restaurant

Zinc Bar | Patriquin Architects, New Haven Architectural Services

Zinc restaurant has a reputation in and around New Haven for the urban ambience, the quality of their local foods and their menu—both old favorites and new additions. The goal was to update the restaurant’s look while retaining what has kept people coming. A strategic use of materials create a meaningful change to the look…

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Kitchen Zinc

This historic space, originally a fur vault, is built of brick and concrete. A new menu concept, different seating arrangements and a new enlarged bar required a new design for the sister restaurant to Zinc Restaurant. The design is loyal to the original architectural features, which include exposed brick walls, an iron column, and gilded…

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FuZion Medical Aesthetic Boutique

FuZion Medical Aesthetic Boutique | Patriquin Architects, New Haven Architectural Services

Once the Chestnut Medical Building was complete, FuZion Medical Aesthetic Boutique commissioned Patriquin Architects to design spaces for the recently completed Chestnut Building in Branford, CT. Fuzion required a reception area with room for retail items. The challenge was to place larger treatment rooms away from daylight, while smaller treatment rooms, serenity rooms and staff…

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Chestnut Building

Chestnut Building Front Entry | Patriquin Architects, New Haven Architectural Services

Located on the corner of Chestnut Street and Ivy Street in downtown Branford, Connecticut, the site is at the crossroads of Main Street’s commercial area and a residential neighborhood. The architecture reflects the site’s residential/commercial use duality. The 4,000 SF floor plan is divided into four volumes, to reduce its scale. The second story houses…

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