September 01, 2018

Governor Malloy celebrates groundbreaking with TSKP STUDIO at Stamford Museum + Nature Center

Aerial rendering angle view 2017 0120 fmhs pkg page 10 900 0x0x3000x1695 q85 3 tskp stamford museum and nature centers farmhouse education center exterior detail porch overlook rendering 900 0x0x1200x678 q85

Groundbreaking ceremonies took place on Monday, October 2 for the long awaited new facilities and campus improvements. The Farmhouse Education Center is the first education building addition to the 118 acre Stamford Museum and Nature Center in 50 years. The Center straddles competing objectives of a dynamic civic space for public programs and an intimate, contemplative environment for viewing the working farm. The museum is expanding educational programs, such as family camp, farm-to-table cooking classes, youth, professional development as well as cultural and social programs. It supports museum festival days and events such as the Maple Sugar and Cidering Festival and Harvest Festival.

The 3,500 sq.ft. Center designed by TSKP STUDIO provides educational spaces, gathering spaces and visitor services and a new entrance to the Farm museum. It includes a multi-purpose space with a commercial kitchen and an open deck overlooking an existing paddock, a Maple Sugar and Cidering House, expanded parking, additional paddocks and a variety of outdoor gathering spaces for informal and group programs. Architect, Whit Iglehart says, “the SM+NC is a wonderfully vibrant regional resource for people and families looking to enjoy and learn about our environment and this expansion will greatly improve the visitors’ experience and facilitate their vision for growth.” Read more about the project here.


High Quality, Not High Cost: Glass Design @ SMNC

OPENING DAY for New Lebanon Elementary Magnet School in Greenwich

OPENING DAY: Beman Middle School in Middletown Welcomes Students


Twitter Linked in


Past News

PROJECT UPDATE: Cohen Eastern Greenwich Civic Center - Construction Nearing Completion HONORS: CREW CT Blue Ribbon Award Winner for Best Specialty Project | Meriden Public Library NET ZERO: Manchester Public Schools to receive $2.5 million through the Inflation Reduction Act

Show all