NEWMAN ARCHITECTS IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE CONNECTICUT CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS HAS AWARDED 2010 DESIGN AWARDS FOR TWO OF THE FIRM’S RECENT PROJECTS

Built Design Category: 
North Branford Intermediate School 

Jury comment: “In this renovation and addition, the architects have used a careful combination of composition and scale change to break up and individualize what was a mundane 60’s school. Careful use of materials indicates the shifting functions inside and creates an identity for each teaching unit.” 

Preservation Category:
Comprehensive Renovations of Jonathan Edwards College, Yale University

Jury comment: “The jury recognized this project’s extremely sensitive renovation of the interior spaces of a Gothic Revival college. It introduces a range of new community and educational uses and contemporary services while preserving a balanced contrast of old and new.”