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restoration architect

Lombard John Pozzi, American restoration architect. Recipient Frederick C. Williamson award for long term excellence in field of preservation Rhode Island History Preservation Commission, 1998.

Background

Pozzi, Lombard John was born on November 22, 1945 in Fall River, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Lombard John and Alice Frances (Tavares) P. Bachelor of Building Science, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1967, Bachelor of Architecture, 1968.

Education

Master of Science, Columbia University, 1974.

Career

Registered architect, Rhode Island, Massachusetts Draughtsman, designer William M. O'Rourke, Architect, Warren, Rhode Island, 1969-1973. Researcher, cartographer Rhode Island History Preservation Committee, Providence, 1970-1975. Private practice restoration architecture, Bristol, Rhode Island, since 1974.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Fixing Up, 1979. Chairman, co-author: Bristol-Three Hundred Years, 1980. Architectural works include restorations: Lovers' Retreat Bridge, Casino, Bandstand, Betsey Williams cottage, Rose Garden Gazebo, all in Roger Williams Park, Providence, 1979-1983, Hail Free Library, Warren, Rhode Island, 1978-1980, Dame Farm, Johnston, Rhode Island, 1975-1984, First Baptist Church in American, Providence, 1982-1986, Benjamin Church Senior Center, Bristol, 1974-1984, Warren (Rhode Island) Firemen's Museum, 1976-1981, Slater Mill History Site, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, 1983-1997, Captain Haile Collins House, Warren, since 1980, Aurora Club, Providence, 1984-1985, Narragansett (Rhode Island) Towers, 1985-1986, Pozzi Block, Bristol, 1986-1988, Healy Residence, Barrington, Rhode Island, 1987-1988, Burke Residence, 1988-1989, Ilg Residence, 1990-1992, Tavares Residence, 1994-1995, Mumma Residence, 1994-1996, Bristol.

      Executive committee, tricentennial book chairman Town of Bristol Tricentennial Committee, 1979-1980. Vice chairman Bristol History District Commission, 1987-1993.

Membership

Member Association for Preservation Technology, American Institute of Architects (Honor award for excellence in architectural restoration 1983), Rhode Island Association for Olmsted Parks (treasurer since 1986), Rensselaer Society Engineers (president 1979-1982), Friends Linden Place, Bristol History and Preservation Society, Massasoit History Society, National Association Watch and Clock Collectors, Old Slater Mill Association, Providence Preservation Society, Rhode Island History Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Hand book binding/restoration old books, repair/restoration pendulum clocks, furniture restoration.

Connections

father:
Lombard John Pozzi

mother:
Alice Frances (Tavares) Pozzi