Reflections on the 51st Annual NOMA Conference: Part III
The way to a more equitable community is through addressing the needs of the neighborhood and the underserved.
Pickard Chilton architects Deep Chaniara and Mary Le write about their experience at the NOMA National Conference: Unplugged. The final part of this series, originally published in NOMA Connecticut Intersections in the 2022 Q4 newsletter, discusses the ways that the architecture community aims to record and manage inequality going forward.
Originally published in NOMA Connecticut's Intersections in the 2022 Q4 newsletter. As part of Pickard Chilton's efforts for a more equitable and diverse community, we released their publication in a three-part series: read the first and second parts.
Reflections on the 51st Annual NOMA Conference: Part II
Originally published in NOMA Connecticut's Intersections in the 2022 Q4 newsletter. As part of Pickard Chilton's efforts for a more equitable and diverse community, we are releasing their publication in a five-part series: read the first part, Finding My People.
Reflections on the 51st Annual NOMA Conference
As Pickard Chilton continues to pursue a more diverse and equitable environment for ourselves and our profession, we selected two individuals to attend the annual NOMA National Conference. Deep Chaniara and Mary Le were sponsored to represent the studio at the 51st NOMA National Conference: "Unplugged." Upon their return, Mary and Deep wrote about their experiences at the conference.
Originally published in NOMA Connecticut's Intersections in the 2022 Q4 newsletter, we will release Deep and Mary's reflections in a three-part series.
Leading with Purpose
We sat down with new Principals Adrienne Nelson, Stephen Harris, and Michael Hensley to discuss studio culture and purposeful practice at Pickard Chilton.
Discussing Docomomo and Modernism with Dr. Theodore Prudon
By Nancy Clayton, AIA, LEED GA
On October 18th, over 100 architects and friends joined the Connecticut Architecture Foundation to honor Dr. Theodore Prudon, FAIA, with the 2022 Distinguished Leadership Award.
Spending Summer in the Model Shop
Kristina Ortiz, a fourth year student at the Syracuse University Bachelor of Architecture Program, joined our studio this summer as an intern focused on working in the model shop. She reflects on her experience: