Category Archives: Eliot Noyes

Holy Mackerel! In Wilton

I stopped by The Wilton Open Book Store last week to see how sales for my books were going. Open book has been very supportive of my efforts and I urge you to support them by stopping by there first … Continue reading

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Speaking of trying to get two more finished….

As I have mentioned in a previous post I currently have several book projects on my desk. There are now two in the running for first out of the gate, “Holy Mackerel” and one I am calling “Project Zoom” are … Continue reading

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Small Architects and Small People

As it looks now, this summer will be a busy one. I have several books I am trying to finish, two to be exact, I am directing “Grease” with Wilton Children’s Theater’s Summerstage and I will be working at The … Continue reading

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On Being an Architect Without Schooling

We got a game by EA (remember Electronic Arts?) called Sims2. It allows one to play god in a level of detail that we could only wish the real one did. The cool thing is that it is fairly easy … Continue reading

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Today’s Finds

After the aerial recon last night I went and found Noyes’ Bremer House which has undergone a restoration and looks fabulous! The owners have done a terrific job and should be commended. No big add-ons just a tasteful updating. I’ll … Continue reading

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