Jury comments are as follows...
This is smart housing, a good housing block. It is solid, doesn't try too hard, and reflects intelligent urban planning and good urban intentions. The jury appreciated the palette of color and materials. A lot was done with a modest budget. This is a great background building in its context.
For more images of this project and many other AIA award winners, please see our website!
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Beinfield Architecture Receives Top Honors in Residential Design Category From American Institute of Architects for 2 Nearwater Road in Rowayton!
“The jury loved this project that is driven by structure. There is beautiful procession, craft, and consistency of design ethos, inside and out: the plans, the sequence of spaces, are beautiful. This is a whimsical but clever design, with a great site plan, and a good balance of industrial and vernacular forms, resulting in a powerful re-creation of an industrial typology.”
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Nice article in the Fairfield County Journal on Beinfield Architecture...https://westfaironline.com/94213/architect-bruce-beinfield-takes-aim-regional-residential-market/
Monday, October 2, 2017
Beinfield Architecture PC, one of the leading design oriented firms in Connecticut, is looking for the right person to join our team designing transit oriented mixed-use projects. The candidate should have a strong design and construction sense and excellent Revit skills.
The following qualifications are required:
- Post Graduate Degree in Architecture
- Revit proficiency
- Approximately 5 years post graduate experience with relative work
- Experience producing construction documents and details
Beinfield Architecture PC offers competitive salaries, commensurate with experience, and a full array of benefits and the opportunity for professional growth and career advancement. Please submit a resume and portfolio (including examples of construction documents and details) with salary expectations to email@example.com.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
http://www.courant.com/features/food/hc-artisan-restaurant-at-delamar-west-hartford-0907-20170906-story.html This article has a video. http://we-ha.com/artisan-brings-new-england-inspired-cuisine-garden-mill-sea-land-west-hartford/
Tuesday, August 29, 2017
Monday, July 31, 2017
Thursday, July 27, 2017
Monday, June 26, 2017
Renovated by Beinfield Architecture in 2015, this NAIOP winner has caught the eye of Prodema, who have featured it on their website and in a national ad campaign.
NAIOP Connecticut Project Winner
"A project that exhibits a team's commitment to an outstanding quality product, success in the marketplace, and uniqueness in design. Elements include design, tenant flexibility, amenities, sustainability, and degree of difficulty and innovation. "
Monday, June 19, 2017
2017 Alice Washburn Award Winner | Connecticut Chapter of The American Institute of Architects | Accessory Building
Reminiscent of a vernacular barn structure in an abandoned state, this new "reclaimed" structure houses a state of the art theater, sculpture gallery and observatory. Perched austerely on a hillside with sweeping views into the gardens and meadows, one side opens entirely with an industrial air-craft hangar door allowing further union with the countryside. The exterior is clad in glass and Corten steel in a natural rusted state. Atop sits a rotating aperture-slit dome of galvanized metal used for observing terrestrial or celestial events. Visitors are greeted by a monumental oak door that floats within its glass façade. Continuing the mystery and creating a little bit of tension, a mottled black folded plate steel stair, resembling the bellows of an accordion, cantilevers off the wall. Once ascended, visitors encounter a catwalk crafted in steel and resin panels set within a circular spoked frame evocative of a reel of film which hovers above the gallery below. Combining the romance of the abandoned farm structure with a sense of folly from an earlier century, the building creates drama within its shell and frames the natural drama without.
As an additional bonus, (not included within the award) this project is connected to the wine cellar in the main house by an 800 sf, 140 foot long concrete tunnel, inspired by a wormhole. The wormhole is home to an iridescent slug that radiates light in a broad spectrum of wavelengths from her glowing translucent skin.
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Thursday, May 25, 2017
A beautiful article on Beinfield Architecture's award winning Kayak offices in Stamford, CT