How We Renovated Our Historic Building With Passive Building Principles

In June 2023, Patriquin Architects’ principal Karin traveled to San Francisco to give a presentation at the AIA National Conference on Architecture 2023 (or A’23 for short). Titled “Seize the Opportunity of Historic Passive House Retrofits,” the session covered many areas of a renovation we completed on a historic building in Fair Haven, Connecticut, that…

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Patriquin Architects – The Best of 2023

Looking Back on 2023 2023 has been an amazing year for us at Patriquin Architects… exciting events, progress on all levels and growth individually and collectively. We are grateful to have collaborated with amazing clients, engineers and contractors this year, to bring ideas to life. Patriquin Architects is Growing Interns Aurora Perreault & Uzayr Agha…

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Welcome to the Team, Joshua Lavallee!

Please join us in giving an enthusiastic welcome to the newest member of our team, Josh Lavallee! Joshua joins our team as a recent graduate with an M.Arch from the University of Hartford. During his time there Joshua took on many leadership roles, including serving as Uhart’s AIAS chapter’s graphics coordinator and as a graduate…

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Welcome to the Team, Lauryn Bullock!

Please join us in giving an enthusiastic welcome to the newest member of our team, Lauryn Bullock! Lauryn joins the Patriquin Team following several years experience working for QA+M Architecture in Farmington, CT. Her path with architecture started early, having attended Bullard-Havens Technical High School where she began drafting and learning about sustainable practices. She…

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2030 Commitment: Prioritizing the Environment in Our Practice

The built environment is responsible for approximately 40% of the world’s carbon emissions. That’s a sobering statistic—especially for those of us in the AEC (architecture, engineering, and construction) community. Needless to say, we can’t simply halt all design and construction activities. But we certainly aren’t powerless when it comes to the climate crisis. In fact,…

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Zip06 – Slate Upper School’s Celebrates Groundbreaking

Check out the article here. On Tuesday, April 11, at 9:15 a.m., local officials from the Town of North Haven will join the Slate School students, family, community, and representatives from Patriquin Architects and Gilbane Building Company to celebrate the official groundbreaking of the Slate Upper School. “For all of Slate School’s students in Grades…

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New Haven Independent – Cinema-To-Childcare Campus Plan Detailed

Check out the article here. Rendering of proposed new childcare campus at ex-Cine 4 site.   ALLAN APPEL PHOTO David Symond, Jr., Allyx Schiavone, Margo Early, and Karin Patriquin on Wednesday. The corn will keeping popping at the central ticketing-and-candy counter of the old Cine 4 movie theater — even as that entryway fixture is converted into a reception…

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