Newtown Gas Station, Newtown CT

September 17, 2019

The design of this new gas station and retail building was inspired by the many historic barns in Newtown, Connecticut. A monitor-style roof features a hay hood, shed dormers, and a mix of standing seam metal and shingle roofing over a gable frame. Sliding barn doors, vertical board and batten mixed with clapboard siding, and clerestory windows are finished in white, gray, and natural wood tones.

Gas Station/Convenience Store Proposed For Hawleyville


Caraluzzi's Market, Bethel CT

September 10, 2019

A new mixed-use building is in construction on the east end of Caraluzzi's Bethel Food Market site, located in Bethel, CT. Retail tenants will occupy the ground floor, while offices upstairs overlook Greenwood Avenue. An updated sidewalk with plantings and lights extends the walkable downtown to Chestnut Street.


Caraluzzi’s hoping to expand in Bethel


Sherman House

August 29, 2019

Work at the Sherman lake house is progressing nicely! Photos of the recently framed Great Room show the rough openings for the 9-foot tall x 14 foot wide doors to the lake on the left, with oversize windows with transoms on either side of the fireplace and along the courtyard wall. Black steel tie-rods offer tensile strength to the open roof design as they add to the black-detail concept. Windows go in this week and next!

Sherman, CT


Union Savings, Roxbury CT Branch

July 29, 2019

seventy2architects’ interior architectural design transforms this 550 square foot bank branch. The new plan layout functions better for staff and customers, as energy-efficient lighting and mechanical upgrades are put in place, while new finishes add a bright, crisp, modern aesthetic.


Saint Gregory the Great Social Hall, Danbury CT

April 29, 2019

The striking architectural style of the 1980’s church called for a uniquely creative architectural language for a proposed addition. Where the curves and movement of the existing church recall LeCorbusier’s Ronchamp Chapel, the addition offers a geometric and orthogonal contrast. This design approach references the simple rectangular tower addition to Frank Lloyd Wright’s strong spiral form at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. A series of simple masses step out to accommodate offices and a social hall. 


Brookview Commons Phase II

April 11, 2019

We are thrilled to be part of the revitalization of Downtown Danbury, CT! 

Brookview Commons Phase II introduces a crisp, modern, textured building to our City Center - a contemporary urban architectural style. The building's horizontal facades are articulated with undulating vertical walls, architectural balconies, and staggered roof lines to add visual interest.

This proposed mixed-use building will be located adjacent to the Mothership Bakery and will include apartments, covered parking, rooftop pool, and terrace, plus retail space on Main Street. 


150 more apartments coming to Danbury’s Main Street


Hawleyville Station Store

January 16, 2019

We'll be presenting a new building for the old Hawleyville Station site on February 7 in Newtown CT. Inspired by the old train station's architectural language, this new building will feature deep eaves, gabled roof, vertical siding, barn lights, vertical windows with muntins, awnings, and roof brackets. The image here is the view driving north from Newtown, Hawleyville Station, as seen driving north from Newtown.




October 15, 2018

This house was completely destroyed by three huge trees during the May macroburst in New Fairfield. The remains of the frame construction are coming down this week. Next, the masonry foundation and chimneys will be removed to make way for new construction. We are aiming to get a foundation in before winter freeze!



Barrister's Coffee House

February 04, 2018

Congrats to Downtown Danbury's latest coffee spot! So glad we could help out - and of course Emmanuel loves the bicycle theme! Come down for some coffee and check them out on Facebook, Barrister's Coffee House,

1 West St. Danbury, CT 06810

Caraluzzi to expand in downtown Bethel, CT

January 16, 2018

Check out our new mixed-use design and renovation for Caraluzzi in the Danbury News Times.


Danbury New Times - Caraluzzi

Pour Me, Consume & Conquer

July 27, 2017

This stylish new restaurant on downtown Main Street encourages guests to “Consume and Conquer”. Pour Me has the charm of an classic café with the fresh touch of bright colors, free wifi and plenty of charging stations for customers who want to work from the dining room. A tufted velvet banquette seat lines a wall below a “Welcome” mural in the more than 50 languages spoken by Danbury residents. This hyper-local food and wine bar celebrate the best of the Hat City. Now Open!

274 Main Street
Danbury, CT 06810

Iron Grey Residence

December 21, 2016

An amazing 150 foot wide waterfront is celebrated in this California-style modern house in Danbury. Smaller windows to the street afford privacy while floor to ceiling glass at the lake side offer panoramic views. Half round zinc gutters/downspouts, standing seam metal roof, James Hardie Artisan siding, and awning/casement windows with narrow trim lines are some of the details of this modern lake house.  Expected completion date is Spring 2017.

Starbucks, Danbury CT

October 19, 2015

Recently completed in Fall 2015, Danbury, Connecticut. This new modern-style building sits on a challenging site. Local materials come together to present a familiar corporate architecture.

The Grand Apartments

October 13, 2016

Bethel, CT


This unique 26-unit apartment building was designed to fit into the end of a historic block of Grand Victorian homes, in Bethel, Connecticut. Recently completed Fall 2016.

Charles Ives House, Danbury Museum and Historic Society

October 01, 2015

Exterior Renovation. Recently completed 2015. Charles Edward Ives is one of the first American composers who came to be regarded as an "American original."Known for his independence from musical fads and his flair for experimentation, Charles Edward Ives was truly a native son of Danbury. Funding for interior exhibition space will begin 2016 by The Danbury Museum and Historical Society.





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