Alumni to design for Ground Zero

November 28, 2006 • 0
Few architects have revolutionized the world with their designs. Fewer have spent their 18th birthday in an Italian prison with charges of knocking out a man’s teeth and sexually assaulting the man’s wife. But Lord Richard Rogers ARC ’62 is an exception — he is a designer of radical buildings, such as the Center Pompidou, »

Park in Edgehill thrives

September 29, 2006 • 0
When Carolyn Friedman, a resident of the Edgehill neighborhood, sets foot in the Southern Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority park, she enters what she calls a “microcosm of Vermont.” The black-eyed Susans are in bloom, and monarch butterflies flit among the butterfly weeds. The ponds below are lined with gum trees. “I feel as if »