Join us for our first Open House Talk at an octagon house!
In this panel discussion, Crosskey Architects, the Connecticut Main Street Center, and the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation will offer practical information, creative solutions and case studies on reusing old buildings ranging from single-family residences to large mill complexes.
Jointly presented by AIA Connecticut and the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation, the Elizabeth Mills Brown award recognizes projects that are noteworthy both as respectful preservation of historic places and as excellent architectural designs. Submission deadline: September 20th
Monday October 7, 2019
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
600 Main Street, Hartford
Join author, Chris Wigren as he discusses his book, Connecticut Architecture: Stories of 100 Places this fall!
For salvage or relocation, preferably within Connecticut: Mid-20th-century prefab “Techbuilt” house by architect Carl Koch.
The Connecticut Trust’s board authorized $50,000 in Maintenance & Repair grants to four historic churches.
The Connecticut Trust has made a five-year capital investment of $250,000 with Capital for Change (C4C), a Hartford-based Community Development Financial Institution.
The 1772 Foundation has awarded 23 restoration grants to Connecticut organizations, totaling $202,426.