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New Haven Register – In New Haven, two developers present plans for Strong School site in Fair Haven

By Karin | September 17, 2022

Our conceptual study for the former Strong School in Fair Haven, CT has been recognized by the city of New Haven. Check out the article here.   In New Haven, two developers present plans for Strong School site in Fair Haven Mark Zaretsky Sep. 16, 2022 NEW HAVEN — After 12 years of the former…

How We Created a Flexible Design for Slate Upper School

By Karin | August 1, 2022

Slate School in North Haven, CT, is an independent school established to truly “nurture each child’s natural love for learning” and “nurture lifelong learners who are deeply connected to nature”. Patriquin Architects was commissioned from the beginning to help translate the school’s pedagogy into an educational facility representative of both their vision and mission. Careful…

New Haven Independent – Plans OK’d for Expanded Oyster Farm

By Karin | September 27, 2021

Our project for the Quinnipiac River Oyster Farm received 3 unanimous city approvals. Check out the article here.   Plans OK’d For Expanded Oyster Farm by THOMAS BREEN | Sep 26, 2021 4:50 pm (16) Comments | Commenting has been closed | E-mail the Author Posted to: City Hall, Environment, Food, The Heights PATRIQUIN ARCHITECTS IMAGES Aerial view of the proposed expanded oyster farm on the…

New Haven Register – New Haven project aims to bring oystering into ‘modern age’ on Quinnipiac River

By Karin | September 27, 2021

Our project for the Quinnipiac River Oyster Farm has been approved by New Haven’s City Plan Department. Check out the article here.   New Haven project aims to bring oystering into ‘modern age’ on Quinnipiac River Mary E. O’Leary Sep. 26, 2021 NEW HAVEN — Fair Haven, which started as an oystering hamlet, will be…

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.    

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