Published November 18, 2013
Announcements , Fivecat Projects
Annmarie and I are pleased to announce that our studio has moved to its new location in Chappaqua.
All future mailed correspondence may be sent to the address listed below.
Everything else (telephone, web, email) remains the same.
9 Campfire Road
Chappaqua, NY 10514
Fivecat Studio is featured in the current issue of Westchester Home magazine.
Christmas is a great time to donate to the SPCA of Westchester and Pets Alive, which is why we’ve decided this year to move our annual donation drive to the Spring. The shelters receive lots of attention during the holidays and we want to have maximum impact with our Pillows for Puppies Donation Drive.
If you have collected items for the animals, you may deliver them directly to the shelters or drop them off at the studio after the new year.
Stay tuned to this blog. We’ll be posting dates later this winter.
Published November 8, 2012
Bob Borson from Life of an Architect blog published a great post today about Architectural Interns. It includes tips, suggestions and requirements from some of Bob’s friends, including me.
If you know an architectural intern or a recent grad looking for work, this is a must read.
Published November 5, 2012
If you have structural damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, or know someone who does, please know that we can help.
New York State Registered Architects are qualified to assess structural damage. Please call us, or another Registered Architect, if you need assistance. If the damage is severe, we have structural engineering consultants that we can call upon to assist.
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I hope you are all safe and survived Hurricane Sandy with little damage.
Please forward this to anyone needing our assistance.
Published September 24, 2012
There are times in a man’s life when he just needs to stop and focus on the things that truly matter most. This past August was one such time for me. My son Henry and I built a boat.
Yes… a real, wood, floating, boat. It was an amazing experience.
I posted the story of Henry’s boat over at the Entrepreneur Architect blog.