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Marking 45 Years of Architecture and the Publication of History Reinterpreted


Together with long-time friends, clients, editors, publishers, and partners who have been part of his illustrious career, Patrick celebrated more than 45 years practicing architecture and the publication of his second book History Reinterpreted with a gala event at Boston’s historic Harvard Club. With its soaring ceilings and spectacular architectural presentation, the Club proved the perfect venue for the evening. More than 200 guests were in attendance to mark the occasion and a 10-piece band added to the lively atmosphere.

Throughout the night the spotlight was on Patrick’s latest published work, History Reinterpreted, which sold out of its first printing in less than a month. Detailing the stunning transformation of the north wing of Duxbury’s Myles Standish Hotel into a grande dame seaside estate, the book highlights Patrick’s personal architectural process from ideation through design, construction, and completion. Captivating with Patrick’s own hand drawings, before-and-after renderings and floor plans and stunning color photography of the finished product, History Reinterpreted will thrill anyone who has ever wondered “what if” about a once-vibrant property and is an inspiring addition to any library of design books.

Patrick’s official multi-city book tour for History Reinterpreted is under way and members of the public are welcome to attend – please watch our webpage for details as the date approaches. Enthusiasts who can’t make it to the tour may order copies of History Reinterpreted on Amazon or from favorite local booksellers. We are grateful for the incredible reception the book has received to date and look forward to seeing many of you later this year for the tour!