Eight New England architects unveiled their Marvin Window dream designs at ABX in Boston this year and this is another look at one of these design leaders. As part of a 7 Tide series called “Architect Spotlight,” we shine a light today on the work of David Andreozzi of Andreozzi Architects in Barrington, RI.
David’s design for My Marvin Project is inspired by a window pattern he fell in love with in 1986, just after graduating fro RISD, while working in Contoocook, NH. David shared, “While traveling through the local back roads on Sunday with my then fiancé Cheryl, I drove by a lonely church on a solitary street somewhere in some little New Hampshire town. Without a sketchbook or an iPhone (it was 1986), I committed the basic pattern to memory and was determined to reuse a variant of that pattern some day. I proposed it in the schematic presentation for my very first commission in 1988, which in time was eliminated in the final award-winning design. I filed it away in hopes of using it another today – and that time is now.”
Each architect who designed a Marvin Window was also asked to choose a song that they felt went well with their creation. David Andreozzi chose “Chelsea,” by Counting Crows.
David’s creation has a Liberty Bronze clad exterior and Espresso stained interior on pine. Oil rubbed bronze hardware finishes off the stunning window. For more window and door inspiration, visit Marvin at 7 Tide.