More stories about CONNECTICUT

  • Bridge House, Kent, Conn.

    Inspired by a wood-covered bridge spanning the nearby falls, this house springs from a rolling hill. Joeb Moore, AIA, organized it as two L-shaped pieces that lock together.

  • Peter Eisenman Re-examines Andrea Palladio's Work

    Contrary to what's accepted about Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio's villas—that they are ideal in form, stable in their part-to-whole ratios—architect Peter Eisenman proposes that their components had become unrecognizable by the end of Palladio's career.

  • Making Progress With Diversity in Architecture

    The lack of diversity in architecture isn’t a simple problem, but there are better and worse ways to approach the issue. Architect and Yale University professor Deborah Berke outlines ways forward.

  • Yale University Year-End Reviews

    A look at the end-of-year exhibition at Yale University. Check out our accompanying slide show of the jury examining the students' work.

  • Reverse Engineering

    Modeling future scenarios in an ongoing energy crisis.

  • French Country Farm, Greenwich, Conn.

    A rustic potting room attracted the judges' attention.

  • Wheeler Residence, Scarsdale, N.Y.

    Inspired by the forms of a grand piano, this stair gets support from a rhythmic array of steel rods.

  • Neutra Glen Residence, Stamford, Conn.

    A new kitchen in a restored 1959 house by Richard Neutra expands on the theme of the original building.

  • Case Study: Prefab House Doesn't Skimp on Style or Sustainability

    Connecticut timber-frame dwelling shows that prefab construction can offer all of the design flexibility of a site-built custom home.

  • Rising Star: Gray Organschi Architecture

    Gray Organschi's houses define the luxury of scarcity: creating richness with simple moves.