From left: Peter Cornell, J. Harding Dowell, Paolo Campos
 

Campos, Cornell, Dowell Registered

Published on September 21st, 2011

Paolo Campos, AIA, Peter Cornell, AIA and LEED AP, and J. Harding Dowell, AIA and LEED AP, are now registered architects in Connecticut, having passed a series of rigorous tests and serving the required internship at Centerbrook.

Paolo Campos graduated from Yale University in 2001 with a BA in Architecture and earned his Masters from the Yale School of Architecture in 2006, where he received the Anne C.K. Garland Prize for academic achievement. In 2005, he was awarded the James Gamble Rogers Memorial Fellowship. He joined Centerbrook in 2006 and has worked on projects at Quinnipiac University, including the York Hill campus master plan and residence halls and the new medical school on the university’s North Haven graduate campus. He previously had been a member of design teams for commercial buildings and several projects for Yale. He and his wife Kristen and their daughter, Carys, live in Orange

Peter Cornell earned a Bachelor in Architecture from the University of Virginia in 1991 and a Masters in Architecture from Columbia University in 1996, where he earned an Honor Award for Design Excellence and the William Kinne Fellows Travel Fellowship. Joining Centerbrook in 2006, he has been on design teams for commercial, cultural, and residential buildings, and at other firms he worked on academic and multi-family projects as well. Several projects he worked on have been published in Architectural Record and Interior Design. He and his wife Amy and son, Will, live in Killingworth.

J. Harding Dowell graduated from the University of Florida, where he edited the school’s architecture magazine, with a BA in Architecture in 2005 and from the University of Virginia with a Masters in Architecture in 2008. He joined Centerbrook in 2008, and the projects he has worked on include a math and science building for the Berkshire School, the Center for Community at the University of Colorado Boulder campus, and an Episcopal church on Long Island. A founding member of the New Haven Chapter of Architecture for Humanity, he also is a registered architect in Florida. He lives in Essex.

Cornell is the only person at Centerbrook who can speak Danish; Campos is fluent in Spanish; and Dowell is conversant in French.