Simon’s Work Featured in New Book

CENTERBROOK, Conn. -- Centerbrook Partner Mark Simon, FAIA, is among the architects featured in the new book “30 Years of Emerging Voices: Idea, Form, Resonance” produced by the Architectural League of New York, which created the Emerging Voices Award in 1982 to showcase the work of early- to mid-career North American architects.

The Emerging Voices Award is one of the most coveted in North American architecture. Simon and seven others represent the class of 1986, and the book gives each award-winner a page featuring examples of their early as well as their recent work.

In a review in Architect Magazine, Karen Jacobs wrote, “Revisiting three decades of winners as a continuum is revealing about what architecture truly is: not the province of a few celebrated practitioners, but an ongoing process of invention and reinvention by a multitude of talented and thoughtful firms.”

The book also includes essays and commentaries by leading architectural journalists and critics, among them Alexandra Lange, Suzanne Stephens, and Alan G. Brake. It is published by Princeton Architectural Press.