The Professional Practice Forum, presented by AIA Connecticut through a grant from AIA Trust, is an excellent opportunity to explore practice areas with an incredible line-up of esteemed speakers from around the country. Andrew Swartzell, LEED AP, Associate and Director of Design Computing, at Pickard Chilton will participate in the Design and Technology panel discussion.
Pickard Chilton is looking for talented architectural designers with 3-6 years of experience to join our dynamic team. The ideal candidate seeks to apply their previous work experience to make an immediate impact and take stake in large-scale, typologically and geographically diverse projects.
Pickard Chilton is looking for talented architectural designers with up to 3 years of experience to join our dynamic team. The ideal candidate would bring a passion for solving unique design problems at a variety of scales and an interest in a varied work-day that provides numerous opportunities to gain a broad range of professional experience.
Pickard Chilton seeks a full-time Visual Communications Designer to join our award-winning, New Haven-based studio. As the Visual Communications Designer, you will be instrumental in driving Pickard Chilton’s award-winning visual representation in both print and digital media.
The Art of Collaboration, authored by Michael J. Crosbie, Ph.D., FAIA presents the foundational tenets of Pickard Chilton that underpin our unique practice model to share with the public, architecture students, and the profession. In the following article published in Common Edge on August 12, 2021, Crosbie explains the origins of the book, the seven themes which frame the narrative, and the successful projects that have been realized as the result of these collaborative relationships.