71 Old Post Road
P.O. Box 1020

Tel: (203) 256-8700


The Geddis Partnership

The Geddis Partnership Architects offers extraordinary architecture for learning, healing, and living. Our work has been described as an architecture of compassion. This approach is characterized by a sensitivity to the perceptions, scale, and expectations of the ultimate user. We have created stimulating and inspirational community environments, academic buildings, centers for health, as well as private, public and non-profit residences.

Over the last thirteen years, our firm has completed over $500 million in construction. Knowledgeable in all phases of a project’s life, we develop a studio relationship with each one of our clients, working in tandem with their aesthetic and pragmatic goals. Our staff of thirteen are trained in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, space planning and programming. Recently, the firm has made a major commitment to sustainable design.

The firm was founded by Barbara L. Geddis. FAIA, in order to highlight her own design practice. Prior to this, Ms. Geddis was a partner in a major firm in New York City, where she practiced for seventeen years. A member of Phi Beta Kappa at Vassar College, she also studied at the Yale University School of Art and Architecture, and was awarded her Master of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 1994, she was the first Connecticut woman architect to receive that honor.

John Brice, AIA, is also a Principal, and has worked with Barbara Geddis for nineteen years. With his Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell, he is also active on many community boards, including election to his town’s School Board and Planning and Zoning Commissions.

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