Links | Carol A. Wilson Architect

Good architecture is a delight for everyone. Joining the community of architects in Portland, my studio actively supports and participates in many organizations committed to design excellence, including AIA Maine and Architalx, Maine College of Art, and the Portland Museum of Art.

Here are the links to their websites along with some of our favorites.

Proud of my students at Bowdoin College, I include the website they created to document their studies at Bowdoin Coastal Studies Center in Harpswell, Maine. They are becoming stewards of the landscape. “Stewardship means simply the care of something that doesn’t belong to you.” Wendell Barry continues, “What will nature be doing here if left alone. What will nature permit me to do here without damage to herself or to me? What will nature help me to do here.”


Architecture Related Interview with Bruce Fowle FAIA Haystack's Architecture: Vision and Legacy Associazione Canova American Institute of Architects Architalx The Human Footprint By Nick Britten   About Carol Wilson Carol A. Wilson and the Chadwick Chair Knoll Furniture Carol A. Wilson in Casco Bay Knoll Furniture 50 states in 50 weeks American Architects, Building of the Week Merely Modern by William Morgan, Design New England AIA New England 2012 Awards AIA New England 2005 Awards Architect Carol Wilson Finds New Sense of Place at CSC Bowdoin Campus News A Shimmer of Glass (PDF) By Edgar Allen Beem, Down East Magazine An Island Prize (PDF) By Stacy Chase, The Boston Globe Afloat on a Fjord (PDF) By Shonquis Moreno, Dwell Magazine A Surgeon, An Artist and Their Leap-of-Faith House (PDF) By Donald Maurice Kreis, Valley News Between Living Room and Lawn (PDF) By Tracie Rozhon, New York Times Brazil’s Modern Architecture (PDF) By Carol A. Wilson, FAIA, Maine AIA News House One: Where Economy and Beauty Meet (PDF) By Nancy Heiser, Port City Life Two Loves, One Vision (PDF) By Bob Keyes, Portland Press Herald Writer’s Studio (PDF) Wood Design and Building Magazine

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