Turner Brooks, Architect

Building 2  Floor 2  Studio O

My practice as an architect started in real northern Vt. in the early 1970's designing and building small low budget houses for clients who needed a roof over their heads and were also wonderfully open to unconventional design ideas. The work evolved into small institutional projects such as local school buildings and a meeting center and arts building at the College of the Atlantic. After starting teaching at YSoA I moved the practice to New Haven
where projects include the Yale Gilder Boathouse the Community Building at the Cold Spring School, The Cushing Brain Museum at the Yale Medical School, and houses across the country.
My work also includes charcoal drawings which I began as an architecture student in the late 1960’s, drawing at night the atmospheric fiery sizzling steamy New Haven Coke factory with charcoal. I have kept the charcoal drawings going along with the architectural practice and the office/studio is equally filled with models of built and unbuilt projects as well a

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