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...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... 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...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...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!