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Passive House Accelerator Magazine – Retrofits 2021

By Karin | June 24, 2021

Our building renovation is featured in the Passive House Accelerator magazine! Check out the magazine and our article on page 52 here.    

Linden Street Elementary School Courtyard Vision

By Karin | April 27, 2021

As part of our office’s Community Outreach efforts, Jennifer Shea from our team has been collaborating with the Plainville Community Schools district by creating a connection with them and being a professional guide to some of their students. Previously, Jennifer had given their high school students a presentation on the architecture career path during their…

Retrofitting a Historic Building to Passive House Certification

By Karin | February 20, 2021

Our building renovation is featured in the February 2021 Architype Magazine! Check out the magazine and our article here.  

Spaced Out: The Physical Office in The Post-pandemic Era

By Karin | June 4, 2020

For employers welcoming workers back to the office after the long COVID-mandated hiatus, space alone is not the final frontier. The “new normal” of office work will involve creative approaches not just to the use of square footage — but of time as well. Full article here. Published on June 4th, 2020 by Michael C.…

Slate School is featured on ArchDaily

By Karin | June 3, 2020

Slate School is a private, independent, coeducational non-profit elementary school located on a biodiverse 25-acre site in North Haven, CT. Founded by Jennifer Staple Clark and Alexander Clark, the School provides a unique nature-based learning environment that aspires to cultivate creativity, kindness, and stewardship of the Earth, while fostering a passion for learning and discovery. Full…

Guilford residents approve donation of land for affordable housing

By Karin | February 12, 2020

  GUILFORD — The room at Guilford’s Nathanael B. Greene Community Center was packed Tuesday night with hundreds of residents who had come to vote on whether to convey a parcel of land downtown to NeighborWorks New Horizons, a nonprofit that aims to develop 16 affordable housing units on the town’s Woodruff property. It was…

Guilford to vote on affordable housing project

By Karin | February 5, 2020

GUILFORD — Residents next week will vote on whether to transfer a downtown parcel of land to NeighborWorks New Horizons, a nonprofit that would oversee development of affordable housing units on the site. Full article here. Published on February 5, 2020 by Meghan Friedman  

CTGBC Names The Slate School Best in Show

By Brian | November 15, 2019

  New Haven, CT – On October 3, Patriquin Architects accepted the Connecticut Green Building Council’s 2019 Atelier Ten Award of Excellence, or “Best in Show,” for the Slate School in New Haven. This award, along with others from the Connecticut Building Congress, CREW CT, and Engineering News Record New England, recognized Slate School as…

Historic New London CT School to Become Supportive Housing

By Karin | June 6, 2019

Lisa DeMatteis-Lepore, CFO of The Connection, Inc (TCI), presided over a gathering yesterday to celebrate the beginning of construction on an affordable/supportive housing project in New London, Connecticut. The Diocese of Norwich designated TCI to develop the former St. Mary’s Star of the Sea parochial school into new housing. CSH was an early funder of…

Breaking Ground on Housing in New London

By Karin | June 5, 2019

New London – A groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday officially launched at $7.1 million project to rehab a former Catholic school into 20 units of affordable housing. Saint Mary Star of the Sea School, located at 16 Huntington St., was built in 1892. The K-8 school graduated its last class in 2012 with six students. Addressing a…