Local Architect Rob Sanders' Topic Wednesday: "Wilton Rediscovered"
"Wilton Rediscovered: A Social History Throught Its Architecture and Land" is the topic of Local Architect Rob Sanders' talk to Kiwanis Wednesday.
Rob is Principal and Sole Proprietor of Rob Sanders Architects LLC, and has a long roster of residential and small commercial projects in southwestern Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and northern California. His practice takes particular note of historical and environmental context in building design, as well as focusing on energy efficiency and practical construction techniques. The firm’s four members are based in the Carriage Barn in Cannondale.
Rob was raised in Wilton and is a WHS graduate. He has a B.Arch from Cornell University, and has done graduate study at the Harvard GSD. He is licensed in Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts, has NCARB certification, and is a member of the American Institute of Architects.
Rob is currently Vice Chairman of the Ogden House Board of Trustees, a member of the Wilton Center Design Review Commission, and Moderator of the Norfield Congregational Church in Weston. He has served on numerous town building committees, and served for 10 years on the Wilton Conservation Commission.
Oktoberfest draws 375 adults and children to Saturday night event
Lively German music performed by the Chris and Ronnie Band, perfect weather, and a fine selection of authentic German food and bier made for a successful event Saturday night. Sponsoed jointly by Kiwanis and the Wilton Congregational Church, the event net proceeds will go to support youth and children in keeping with Kiwanis' international mission.