Wagner, AIA is an architect specializing in imaginative
high end residential and commercial projects. A passion
for Regionalism and a Cornell training in Modernism
influences all of his work with the appropriate measure
of both incorporated into each project. His work has
been featured in publications ranging from House Beautiful,
Dwell, and East Coast Home and Design; with a recent
award winning project described by Connecticut Magazine
as "pushing the limits of the vernacular"
and "blurring the traditional/ contemporary frontier".
Wagner's work includes additions and new houses in Connecticut,
New York, and Southwest Florida. He has worked with
the late Paul Newman on his home; and recently served
as the Architect for interior remodeling of the 16-story
Peoples United Bank Building in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Each project has embodied unique challenges that have
been addressed in creative, understated, and thoughtful
Wagner is the former President of the Connecticut Chapter
of the American Institute of Architects and Chairs the
Committee on Professional Ethics, serves on the Architectural
Advisory Boards for Norwalk Community Technical College
and atHome Magazine, and is a past Director of Land
Acquisition for the Aspetuck Land Trust.