The New Hazlett Theater is a nurturing environment that provides vital resources – a beautiful performance space and a dedicated team – to help creators from diverse backgrounds enrich Pittsburgh’s cultural community. Explore the architecture, history and art of the building via guided tours every 20 minutes.
Hazlett Architecture is an Illinois licensed architecture firm specializing in designing and renovating homes along the North Shore of Chicago, from Lake Forest and Highland Park to Lincoln Park. We work with our clients to design and build their dreams. Our designs are timeless, functional, and beautiful.
As a full service architectural firm, we are also available to perform project management when in conjunction with our architectural services. This eliminates the need for a General Contractor and often significantly reduces construction costs for our clients.
Our mission is to provide our clients with the highest level of professionalism and expertise. We are committed to the design process and achieving our client’s goals and objectives through effective communication and the creative use of innovative solutions. We offer a broad range of residential and commercial projects.
A full-service architectural firm specializing in custom residential and commercial projects, based out of Evanston, IL. Founded in 1985 by Ken Hazlett, AIA, RIBA, the firm is led by a highly experienced team of professionals. The practice offers a wide range of residential and commercial projects, including new construction, renovations, and additions to existing structures.
Hazlett Architecture’s projects have been featured in a number of publications, including Modern Home, Remodeling Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Reader, and more. The company has been recognized for its creativity and design, as well as its use of sustainable materials.
GREENWICH — When Margaret Hazlett Hazlett Architecture interviewed for the job of Greenwich Academy’s next president, she noticed a quality in her fellow Princeton University alumni that stood out. “They had a sense of self confidence that was really very present,” she said.
That’s something that Hazlett hopes she will bring to the academy when she takes over this summer. She will be the first female president in the school’s 35-year history. She will replace Andra Winokur Newman, who retires this month.
She’s been a teacher, an administrator and a college dean, but this will be her first time as a head of school. “I’m looking forward to it,” she said.
One of the reasons for that is that the school has a reputation as a leader in environmental and design scholarship. And that will continue under Hazlett’s leadership. “We are always looking for faculty who can teach progressive planning and design, while also being fully engaged in quality research endeavors,” she said. “That’s a unique combination.” She will begin her duties in July.