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Art Deco Tiny House in New Haven, Connecticut

  Colin M. Caplan just built a tiny house in New Haven, Connecticut for his husband and wife clients, Richard Norman and Nini Lentini. It’s called the “Bijou.”  At just under 700 square feet, this urban dwelling has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom & 15 foot ceilings. The exterior design was inspired by some of the Read more…

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The Gilded Age, Northeast America

A Long Island architect has found a niche, Gary Lawrance is making a living building tiny models of mansions which are in The Hamptons on Long Island. Lawrance’s love for the Gilded Age has also lead him to become an author of the book “Houses Of The Hamptons” and he is also a lecturer on Read more…

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The House That Duo Built

This is one of architect Duo Dickinson‘s latest coastal Connecticut projects, an empty nester home that is four stories high along Long Island Sound. Full disclosure here, I have known Duo for years,  our kids went to school together, and he serves on the board of the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center with me. We’re Read more…

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Love Your Local Library

Have you been inside your local library lately? If you haven’t, go in and take a look around, yes, I know you will be surrounded by those ancient things called books, but go in anyway and take it all in. I did this the other day at the gorgeous New Haven Free Library. I was Read more…

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