When Antinozzi architect George Perham put a shovel in the ground at Stratford High School’s recent ground breaking for the $125-million renovation it was at the building where he first fell in love with architectural drawing. “This was one of the most meaningful groundbreakings of my career,” said Perham. “As […]
Antinozzi Associates had another successful year! Here are some of our highlights we’d like to share from both in our Bridgeport and Norwalk office. We continue to have numerous projects in the residential and municipal design service sectors such as Housing Authority contracts and modernization projects for Stratford, Newington, West […]
Orville Platt High School is on its way with construction. Here are the aerial views of the new academic wing as well as the demolition of the old building. Scheduled completion is August 2017.
On May 24th, students gave their final presentations which capped off the 2015-2016 Greater Bridgeport Chapter’s ACE Program year. Our 14th year involved in the program, this year was a little different than previous years as the Wednesday Team (Trumbull/Shelton Team) faced off against the Thursday Team (Bridgeport/Shelton Team) for […]
Antinozzi Associates had a successful year in 2015! We have been awarded a number of projects while also continuing on others, both in our Bridgeport and Norwalk office. Here are some of our highlights for the year. We continue to have numerous projects in the residential and municipal design service […]
As of November 23, 2015 we launched our new mobile responsive website! Take a browse and view more on who we are, our services, and latest projects!
No matter the project, whether corporate, institutional, small or large, collaborative spaces have been the current trend. Many of our clients today request to include a multifunctional space to meet, eat, work, study, or even relax. A space that is open yet inviting, having privacy while retaining visibility. Collaboration is […]
As is typical, the beginning of the New Year marks the end of the last. Over the past 12 months, we have been awarded a number of projects while also continuing on others both in our Bridgeport and Norwalk office. Here are some of our highlights for 2014. We were […]
On September 20th we got extra messy at this year’s Warrior Dash in Madison, Connecticut! Immediately upon entering the shuttle bus, you can easily assume how muddy the run is going to be with the excess sludge caked into the seats from the previous waves. Anticipation and excitement kicks in as […]
May 8th marked the end of this year’s ACE Mentor Program of the Greater Bridgeport Chapter. Nineteen ACE students gathered together for their final presentations at the Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport. Throughout the school year, two teams developed and designed a restaurant from the existing CityTrust building located in […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 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 […]
After several months ( and years) of discussing the need for an updated website for our firm, we finally pulled the proverbial trigger in Fall 2011 with the hiring of a local Bridgeport website/graphics consultant, Bananaland. Taking a website that was about 7 or 8 years old, designed in Flash, […]
As of June 12, 2012, we have launched our new website. Please take a look around to see our projects, who we are, and the latest news. Stay tuned for more information!