Archive | About Banwell

Spaulding Youth Center’s Day of Thanks 2017

Matt Giffin and Jennifer Darling attended Spaulding Youth Centers Thanksgiving Feast in November. Staff, students, volunteers, local fire and police and community members all joined together to enjoy the Thanksgiving spirit. Banwell Architects designed the Spaulding Education Center in 2010 and completed an overall campus master plan in 2015. We thoroughly enjoyed the traditional Thanksgiving […]

Continue Reading

Banwell Architects Welcomes a New Employee

Andrew David Harhen, joined Banwell Architects in August 2017. He has lived in the Upper Valley his whole life and has seen Banwell Projects first hand.  A recent Graduate of Vermont Technical College with a BS in Architectural Engineering Technology, Andrew brings a background of sustainability and energy efficient design. He enjoys using an engineering […]

Continue Reading

Hyperbolic Plantation

Currently on display in the 2017 Summer Juried Exhibition at the AVA Gallery in Lebanon NH are two works by Banwell team member Tim Olson. The pieces are geometrically-inspired wall-hung sculptures generated by marrying digital design tools with traditional “analog” construction techniques.   The work illustrated here creates a  hyperbolic shape by exploiting a common constraint […]

Continue Reading

Banwell Welcomes a New Member to the Team

Tim Olson, Registered Architect, joined Banwell Architects in April of 2017. Prior his current position with Banwell, Tim worked as an Architect for Bensonwood, a Walpole NH-based design-build company that specializes in custom high performance prefabricated construction. His employment history includes working for Boston-based architecture firms Cambridge Seven Associates, Inc. and as an intern for […]

Continue Reading

Shake, Rattle and Roll Out the Dough?

Too many building owners believe that renovations are too expensive because of earthquake or seismic code requirements.  This provision of the code confuses many, including code officials and design consultants.  Depending on the building code for your area, such requirements may not be necessary even for large projects.  The “devil is in the details”.  In […]

Continue Reading

President Ingrid Nichols Honored at Girl Scouts ToGetHerThere Luncheon In Concord

Ingrid Moulton Nichols, managing partner of Banwell Architects, spoke and was honored at the Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains’ Concord ToGetHerThere Luncheon on Thursday, May 11 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. This annual event highlights Girl Scouts’ efforts to transform the leadership landscape for girls, while raising critical funds to […]

Continue Reading

6 South Park St. | Lebanon, NH | 03766 | (603) 448-3778
1856 Main St. Suite 1, PO Box 1011 | Quechee, VT | 05059 | (603) 448-3778