Ingrid’s Shires are a Big Wedding Hit

One of my passions has always been animals and especially horses.  I grew up riding Western and English, had a pony named Silver who drove a sulky and then a buckskin named Amigo who was as nice as a horse can be.  Then came the thoroughbred Lancer who would fly like the wind and could […]

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Banwell’s Welcomes its Newest Addition to the Team

Banwell Architects welcomes the newest member to the team, Bradford Prescott AIA, who brings 25 years of experience to the firm.  Since graduating from Pratt Institute in 1991, Bradford has practiced at firms in New York City and Massachusetts.  His diversified project experience includes education, healthcare, municipal, retail and residential work.   He is licensed to […]

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2015 AIA New Hampshire Awards Boards on Display

If you are interested in Architecture, Banwell Architects encourages people to visit the City Hall in Lebanon New Hampshire. On display in the main lobby are all of the architect’s competition awards boards from this year’s AIA New Hampshire’s submissions.  The AIANH Excellence in Architecture Awards Program was instituted in 1983 for the purpose of […]

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Banwell’s Bids Farewell to Partner Jules Chatot

Current staff and founding partners joined together on a beautiful sunny Friday afternoon to celebrate the retirement of Jules Chatot.  We enjoyed a delicious lunch with Jules’ specialty grilled tuna steak sandwiches which he insisted on cooking.  We then presented Jules with a framed picture of his final project Barre City Place and one of […]

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I’M JUST LUCKY THAT WAY

Unfortunately, it’s far too common for a job to be “just a job”…  I, like most Architects, find myself in a fortunate position to do something that I truly love to do.  I have to admit to smiling a little bit when my wife calls up and asks what I’m up to… That little grumble […]

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JOB-SHADOW DAY AT BANWELL

Each year, Middle Schools throughout New Hampshire hold a job shadow day, in which 8th grade students venture outside the classroom to catch a glimpse of the working world.  We at Banwell were proud to welcome four potential Architects into our office, and – in spite of our best efforts to dissuade them from the […]

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Banwell’s Annual Ski Day

After months of record-setting brutally cold weather we were pleasantly surprised by a warm, sunny ski day. Banwell’s annual ski trip to Mt. Sunapee was the first time this group has skied together as we have had a few new members added to our team in 2014. We quickly learned that we have a vast […]

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Girl Scouts To Get Her There Luncheon

Jennifer Darling and Cristopher Salomon from Banwell Architects attended the Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains annual To Get Her There Luncheon on Friday, March 27 at the banquet hall at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, NH. This year’s keynote speaker was Dr. Elizabeth A. Talbot, Deputy State Epidemiologist and Infectious Disease […]

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Banwell Attends 2015 Efficiency Vermont Conference

Banwell Architects principal, Jules Chatot, attended the 2015 Efficiency Vermont Better Building by Design conference.  The keynote speaker was Thorsten Chlupp who is building net zero buildings in Alaska, including a greenhouse North of the Arctic circle; see http://www.reina-llc.com/ for more information. Jules also learned of new Vermont Commercial Building Energy Standards (CBES): effective 3/1/15, see […]

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