William D. Earls AIA NCARB holds Bachelor and Master Degrees in Architecture and is an award winning registered architect specializing in custom residential, commercial and municipal architecture. His work has appeared in numerous magazines and on the cover of Westport and AtHome Magazines. His work was recently awarded a Preservation Award from the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation.
His work also received an Alice Washburn Special Commendation Award for Sensitivity and Restraint in Preservation from the Connecticut chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
William D. Earls is the author of “The Harvard Five in New Canaan: Mid-Century Modern Houses by Marcel Breuer, Landis Gores, John Johansen, Philip Johnson Eliot Noyes” published by W. W. Norton and Company in 2006. Mr. Earls has lectured at Modernism Week in Palm Springs and at Rudolph Hall at the Yale School of Architecture.
“A-List” Award “Best House under 7,000 square feet”
“A-List” Finalist for Best Pool House
Alice Washburn Award from the CT American Institute of Architects for Special Commendation for Sensitivity to Preservation
Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation Award of Merit for Physical Preservation
Lectured at Rudolph Hall at the Yale School of Architecture
Lectured at Modernism Week in Palm Springs, California
Magazine cover design for Westport, Weston and Wilton Home & Garden Magazine
Work featured in House Beautiful, At Home Magazine and New England Magazine
Work featured on the Greenwich Historical Society Antiquarius Tour
Membership Medal 25 Year American Institute of Architecture
25 Year Member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
Trustee Wilton Historical Society