From Left: Ken Cleveland, Erik Lübeck, Laura Taglianetti

Centerbrook Architects Pass the Test

Published on November 14th, 2013

Three Centerbrook staff members passed their architect license exam this year, bringing the number of registered architects in the firm to 42. The overall staff of 74 also includes 13 architect interns.

The new architects are Ken Cleveland, Erik Lübeck, and Laura Taglianetti.

Erik Lübeck has a Masters of Architecture degree from the Royal Institute of Technology of Stockholm, Sweden, and also spent an exchange year at L'Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture Paris-Val de Seine, in France. He joined Centerbrook in 2004 and has worked on the Hotchkiss School Biomass Heating Facility, the Wolf Law School at the University of Colorado at Boulder, the Ambulatory Care Center for the UConn Health Center, Yale University’s Lewis Walpole Library, and the Ocean House resort hotel in Rhode Island.

Laura Taglianetti, AIA and LEED AP, earned her Masters of Architecture from Norwich University of Vermont and also studied in Copenhagen, at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad. Since joining Centerbrook in 2005 she has worked on the Simon Student Center at Mercersburg Academy in Pennsylvania, an academic science building for Southern Connecticut State University, the Ocean House, and a number of projects at Quinnipiac University, among them a new building for the School of Law and a student center addition and renovation.

Ken Cleveland, AIA, graduated from the University of Hartford with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and joined Centerbrook in 2006. He has worked on design teams for a number of projects at Quinnipiac University, including the Frank H. Netter, M.D. School of Medicine, York Hill Campus, and the School of Law, as well as the Ocean House and a new science and math building for The Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School in Missouri. He is a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation.

All three are recipients of the Centerbrook Travel Grant.