LEED Silver Certification Achieved
Here are some photos of the project we did at Brown University for their Faculty Residence in  Providence, Rhode Island.
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Besides Brown University, we have also worked with Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island, on housing projects. Links to the articles on this subject are listed below:

A4 Honored for Adaptive Reuse

Adaptive Reuse at Salve Regina University

The U.S. Green Building Council has awarded A4 Architecture with LEED Silver Certification in the LEED for Homes Rating System for 117 Brown Street Carriage House. As the USGBC states, “LEED certification identifies the project as a pioneering example of sustainable design, and demonstrates leadership in architectural transformation.

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The Enduring Power of New England’s Shingle Style

Project Spotlight: Barrington Ranch House

Phases of the Architectural Design Process

Newport Restoration Foundation

Famous Newport Architects:

McKim Mead & White

Richard Morris Hunt

Our “Newport Architecture” Series: Colonial Settlement, Federalist and Early Victorian, Gilded Age, and Modern Era.

Our “American Architecture Styles: Through the Lens of Newport” Series: Early Settlements, Early Georgian, Mid-Georgian, High Georgian, Palladian, Federal, Greek Revival, and Gothic Revival.


A4 Architecture: Our Origin Story