Antinozzi Associates has been providing architectural and interior design services in Bridgeport for over five decades. Some of our historic past projects have included City Hall on Lyon Terrace, the Police Station, Troop G State Police Headquarters, the Railroad Station, the Transportation Building, and Fire Station 6-8. We have worked on numerous institutional projects in Bridgeport such as Longfellow Elementary School, East Side Middle School, Dunbar Elementary School, Read Elementary/Middle School, Geraldine Johnson Elementary School, South End Elementary School, and the New Beginnings Family Academy for which we provided the architectural and interior design services to retrofit the former Kennedy Center building for academic use. Our most recent projects include Roosevelt Elementary School, the Newfield branch of the Bridgeport Public Library, and the new Harding High School.
Antinozzi Associates has been part of the fabric of the Bridgeport community on many levels through involvement with the United Way, Bridgeport Economic Resource Center (BERC), Bridgeport Regional Business Council(BRBC), St. Vincent’s Hospital, University of Bridgeport, Housatonic Community College, Polka Dot Playhouse, and the ACE Mentor Program - Greater Bridgeport Chapter. Most notable is Paul Antinozzi’s role as former President of the Bridgeport Downtown Task Force (now the DSSD / InfoBridgeport), created in 2007 to assist the City in establishing city planning ordinance priorities for implementation and to provide a forum for the many City agencies involved in this process.
We pride ourselves on our involvement in this community for so many years!🎪
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The heatwave in Brisbane continues so Lime Essential Oil is a favourite at the moment. Amazing in a mist along with Juniper and a splash of Mint. It’s been an incredibly busy start to this year and as yet I haven’t released my 2019 Workshop Event schedule but at this stage I’ll be holding the next one early May here in Brisbane - it will be all about how to get a natural Mood Boost from Essential Oils as well as my other favourite uplifting and mood shifting techniques and rituals for motivation and positivity. I’ll also be talking about why I studied aromatherapy and how I (it’s connected to the Mood Boost) started my business almost 30 years ago and am still here! I get asked about this a lot - so many of you are thinking of studying or starting a business in the natural skincare/wellness area - so this will cover that. If you’d like me to send details when the next date is confirmed please DM here or email (above). Have a lovely day everyone and if you’re in Brisbane today, stay cool! #audrajames#events#essentialoils#wellnessretreats#moodboost#magic#interiordesigners#scentbranding
Looking for inspiration this Monday morning? I freely admit that I’m a Pinterest junkie, it’s a amazing way to follow and find new artists, designers, furniture, crafty bits and of course interior styles. Feel free to check out mine, there’s over 100 boards, 10,000 pins and over 8,500 people checking out my pins a month! Everything from interiors to joinery, fashion, jewelry, colour boards, travel and more. #littlebowerbirdinteriors#brisbaneinteriors#pinterest@neighbourhood_coffee_albion
💛 I love shaped canvases; they are so accessible and tactile. ————-——
Whilst he may not have been the very first to experiment with the idea, Ellsworth Kelly was a 1950s trailblazer struggling for acceptance of his bold colours and shapes. ———————
After serving in the military in WW2 (more below), being evicted from his Paris studio and returning to NYC unable to get an exhibition, he finally found his path in the ‘60s and began experimenting with curved, layered and angled shaped canvases. “he wanted the canvas to be on par with its surface, not just a silent carrier.” 👌
“In 1943, Kelly was drafted for US military service. Along with fellow artists and designers, he served in The Ghost Army, a top-secret unit formed to dupe the Axis forces with tools of deception including inflatable tanks, trucks, and fake radio transmissions during World War II. These years of subterfuge became a crucial source of creative inspiration; he found fascination in the space between the viewer and the painting, a void in which to absorb and intoxicate the onlooker with warped conceptions of space.” Via @wallpapermag@phaidonsnaps Monograph of Ellsworth Kelly curated by Trisha Paik———
📸 via @levygorvy from their show “Calder/Kelly” earlier this year in New York
"Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow". Albert Einstein. I say yes, there is a great deal of wisdom in this quote. Learning from the past, but not living there is important. Living and being present in the now, is a true gift. Having something to hope for, colours our lives. What do you think? Image and Design: @amberinteriors
Spring is here and so are all the wonderful vibrant colors of nature!🌺🌼🦋
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Happy Sunday lovelies!
Just showing up to say hello.... been a tad MIA but pinky promise it’s all for a good reason 😉... plus need to take the occasional social media break ~ just my version of a bit of self-care + grounding
But do want to take the time to thank you for following, reading and liking my post
I feel content + happy.
But especially feel blessed + humbled you let me in your life.🙏🏼 With love,
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