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Pickard Chilton, A World Renowned Connecticut Architectural Firm

What do a luxury hotel in Abu Dhabi, the ExxonMobil Office Complex in Houston, the Wells Fargo headquarters campus in Des Moines and a Skyport to land flying Ubers have in common? The massive structures are all designed by the international architectural firm, Pickard Chilton. The prolific company designs all over the world and includes Read more…

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Iconic Mid-Century Architecture, The Glass House

Built in 1949, The Glass House in New Canaan sits at the bottom of a slope on 49 pastoral acres. The 18-hundred square foot structure is all glass, there are no interior walls. It was built by the late famed architect, Philip Johnson as a weekend retreat for him and his longtime partner. Johnson is Read more…

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Connecticut Architecture, Stories of 100 Places

Looking for a gift for the person who has everything? Just out is a book called Connecticut Architecture, Stories of 100 Places in the Nutmeg state. It took architectural historian, Christopher Wigren five years to put it together. From buildings to bridges and landscapes, it celebrates the state’s heritage. The book has hundreds of photos, artwork and descriptions for Read more…

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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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