Workplace
An inviting, transparent entryway evokes a lightness of being and optimism.
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Workplace
A renovated space in a 1950’s-era bus station will transport a venture capital company that backs innovative technology start-ups into the future.
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Workplace
The new home for Connecticut's Constitutional Offices is now a vibrant, modern 21st-century workplace that plays a pivotal role in downtown Hartford's urban plan.
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Senior Living
Evidence that a small project can result in a big transformation for patients and staff is in the renovation of Southington Care Center’s second floor reception area and nurses’ station.
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Mixed-Use | Multi-family
A pioneering mixed-use community, the first to be located immediately adjacent to a CTfastrak rapid transit stop.
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Workplace
A 19th-century house has been transformed into a 21st-century powerhouse for ideas for Quinnipiac University’s Brand Strategy Group.
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Education
Housatonic Community College has a proud new persona in downtown Bridgeport.
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Workplace
An elegant and sophisticated light and dark palette of materials, with sharp lines and rich wood finishes, defines a new space created for Tiptree, Inc.
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Senior Living
The Burnham Family Memory Care Residence is a transformation of a former 10,000 sf independent living wing into a secure 20 unit assisted living neighborhood.
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Education
Renovated former CL&P office building becomes a new home for CREC Discovery Academy, a new PK-5th Grade magnet school.
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Workplace
This new Corporate Headquarters for a Financial Services Company in Glastonbury, CT, is a contemporary, adaptive re-use of a former Data Center.
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@aiaconnecticut will be hosting several virtual programs as part of Sustainable Architecture Month, including tomorrow's event in which AE's Michael Tyre will be participating as a speaker. Learn why 15 Connecticut firms, including Amenta Emma, haves joined the 2030 Commitment. Link in bio to register!

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Amenta Emma principal Michael Tyre will be moderating a @bsaaia and SCUP roundtable discussion on April 9. Bringing together voices from commercial real estate, workplace design, and campus planning, this discussion will offer insight into how organizations are reacting to post-covid changes and what lessons colleges and universities may learn from the commercial office market. Link to register in bio!

#WorkplaceDesign #HigherEducationDesign #PostCovid #LessonsLearned #SCUP #BSA #architecture #interiordesign #amentaemma #designprecisely
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AE’s Deb Seay and Jenna McClure are participating in the May 7, 2021 Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity – Women Build event as part of the Connecticut Women’s Council team. Habitat for Humanity's vision: a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Each volunteer has been asked to raise $150. Donations help to provide the resources necessary to build a home, including both volunteer hours and financial responsibility. Please consider making a donation - links to donation pages are in our bio. We thank you for your support! #WB2021CT #buildHER
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We are proud to participate in the AIA Connecticut JEDI Challenge! Read more about how firms in CT are making the pledge in the @aiaconnecticut Architype – link in bio! ...

“COVID-19 greatly broadened the definition of safety in senior living design and put it in contact--or conflict--with other important factors for resident health,” says Amenta Emma principal Myles Brown in the latest issue of Senior Living Executive. Link in bio. @Argentum #seniorlivingdesign ...

The March issue of Architectural Record, which is focused on civic design, extensively quotes Amenta Emma associate principal Robert H. Adams in a CEU article about roller shade fabrics.

The article uses our 165 Capitol Avenue project as an example: "[Amenta Emma] had initially decided upon a light-colored shade material, but then realized that the color would appear to infill the punched openings in the 1931 limestone building and therefore detract from the neoclassical facade. 'Instead, we used a darker shade material that is hardly visible from the exterior and preserves the facade of this historical building,' says Adams."

Read more by clicking the link in our bio!

@DraperInc @ArchRecord #interiordesign #architecture #amentaemma #designprecisely
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