VETERANS MEMORIAL STADIUM
This visionary project creates ‘a sense-of-place’ on what was just a barren hillside. The project entailed creating a ceremonial entry to the high school sports complex, providing a food service and restrooms facility that is the hub of activity for the Wilton High School Warriors.
Team rooms were designed underneath the bleachers.
A memorial garden with monuments created a solemn tribute commemorating former Wilton High School athletes who gave their lives in battle.
(Landscape design by Lee Horticultural)
VETERANS MEMORIAL GREEN
Town Center ~ Wilton, CT
Since the French and Indian War in the mid 1700s, Wilton men & women have fought in our country's wars, bringing honor to the Town of Wilton as they did.
Kevin Quinlan Architecture designed the Master Plan for the memorial site. Though the location in the vibrant heart of the town, it is a restful plaza, with benches, flagpole and tasteful landscaping - ideal for quiet reflection or as a meeting point. The focal points are the six granite monuments inscribed with the names of Wilton's fallen soldiers.
To read more on this project, click on the cover to the left and see it featured in Wilton Magazine.
The cover will also lead you to our "Media" page where you can access the rest of our projects featured in architectural magazines.
The dwelling was built in 1760 by Matthew Marvin, received a tavern license in 1762 and was a favored stopping-place of the generals of George Washington’s Continental Army. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places.
In the ensuing centuries the building changed ownership several times while functioning as a residence. The aging timber structure was stabilized and reinforced, the porch was replicated and replaced and the interiors renovated…good for another 250 years.
To read more on this project,
click on the cover to the left and
see it featured in Wilton
The cover will also lead you to
our "Media" page where you
can access the rest of our
projects featured in
This historic railroad depot serving New York City-bound commuters on the Branchville spur of the New Haven Line was renovated to create a coffee shop and a new comfort station. Coordination with State Senator Toni Boucher and the Department of Transportation was adeptly managed by Kevin Quinlan Architecture.