The little guy is giving me a moment to share with you a recent spread of our photos in Connecticut Cottages and Gardens magazine. We do love working with them. You’ve seen this wonderful Beinfield Architecture pool pavilion before, but it’s great to see it around town in a glossy magazine.
I hope you are enjoying your summer as much as I’m enjoying mine. Tons of photos are happening here, with no time to post them, but we’re starting to rejoin the land of living. Some pictures of the little guy are coming. I promise!
But since I had to copy and paste the super long and specific title of the article where you’ll find a couple of my photos this month because my eyes kept glazing over, that task was pretty much destined to fail.
However, if you are an Architect Seeking AIA Continuing Education Credits, you should totally read this article below, check out a couple of my photos, then answer the questions for 1 CEU! Everybody else, well, you’re done here I guess. So to save your clicking finger I’ll post one of the photos they chose below, and another interior photo I think they should have chosen for the sheer drama of it.
Calling all Architects looking for AIA Continuing Education Credits! Here’s a totally cool article sponsored by EXTECH/Exterior Technologies, Inc. which includes one of my favorite, cool Beinfield Architecture commercial projects, the award-winning Volo Aviation.
Architectural Record’s Continuing Education Center
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You’ll find some of our photos scattered about this month’s Connecticut Cottages & Gardens magazine. If you are local, pick up a copy today! If you are out of town you can see a few of the shots of this particular Connecticut kitchen on the magazine’s web site.