Yearly Archives: 2013

Back to School

This was the first time I had ever sat in as a jury member for student reviews – amazing that it took me over 20 years to do this!  The students presented their end-of-semester projects to several sets of jurors and I was honored to be on a jury that […]

Connecticut Post Feature: Plans Advance for New Harding High School

November 15, 2013 – Bridgeport, CT – Plans for a new four-story Harding High School and state-of-the-art athletic fields on 17 acres at the General Electric Co.’s Boston Avenue property will go before the local zoning and wetlands boards this month. “It’s an exciting project,” said Jorge Garcia, the school district’s deputy […]

New Bridgeport Hospital Entrance Plaza Opens

November 7, 2013 – Bridgeport, CT – Bridgeport Hospital retained Antinozzi Associates to design their new main entrance, calling for $4.45M to completely renovate the area . The hospital entrance had to be designed to withstand the constant foot and vehicle traffic and provide easy access from the parking garage, as it is […]

Bridgeport Hospital

Antinozzi Associates Announces $64M CREC Magnet School Construction

September 12, 2013 – Bridgeport, CT – Antinozzi Associates is excited to announce the construction of the Capitol Region Education Council’s (CREC) Medical Profession and Teacher Preparation Magnet School. Antinozzi Associates was awarded by CREC to design this new magnet school, located in New Britain, CT.  This magnet school will […]

New 3,400 SF Webster Branch Opens in Greenwich

Greenwich, CT,  July 6, 2013 – Antinozzi Associates is excited to announce the newly built Webster Bank branch in Greenwich, CT.  Webster Bank retained our firm to design the renovation and addition to an existing 2 ½ story, 3 unit, residential structure for the new branch.  This is part of […]

What About the Effort BEFORE A School Project Starts?

Want to know more about our public school design experience? See our website or read a glossy brochure of our recent work. Want to see some cool renderings of schools we are currently designing? We have plenty of great images. Yes, we can show off our extensive experience with public […]

Antinozzi Associates Named Top 300 Firm

July 3, 2013 – Antinozzi Associates has been selected by Architectural Record magazine as one of the Top 300 Architectural Firms in the US. Antinozzi Associates PC ranked No 282 on the list. The full list of the Top 300 can now be found on the Architectural Record website here

My Inspiration for Today

For your Friday architectural fix, here are some highlights from a recent trip I took to Boston. One of my favorite neighborhoods is Beacon Hill. It is an old-fashioned, old-school neighborhood where houses are made of red brick, all bunched together on long narrow streets.  The gated parks and entryways […]

Branding: A Simple Word with a lot of Meaning

Companies strive to be successful with branding, and most importantly, stand out amongst hundreds of other companies to show why they are unique. It is especially difficult with today’s modern technology, compared to say, the 1960’s. The ever evolving ways to advertise in today’s society compared to nearly 60 years […]

Harding High School Plans Outlined For Parents

Harding High School, Bridgeport, CT, February 28, 2013 –  Recently, representatives from Antinozzi Associates, including Project Manager David Ferris, Mayor Bill Finch, and School Superintendent Paul Vallas, presented to parents, students, and community members the new plans for Harding High School in Bridgeport, CT. We were featured in a blog […]

Architecture is Everywhere: Florence, Italy

As an architect, a building isn’t just a building. It is made of angles, curves, various materials and structure. All of these components make the building have a purpose, a function, and a special representation of that public space. When I visited Florence, Italy over the holidays, I learned to […]

It’s A Brand New Year

It’s time to say goodbye to 2012 and hello to 2013.  As we all return from the holidays and shuffle back into the office, we think of all we have to look forward to: continuing on with existing projects, working on new ones, and making this a productive and great […]