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The Ins and Outs of Religious Design
Religious Design is a wonderfully holistic kind of design, where the built environment, landscaping, furnishings, and even accessories all contribute to the experience.
An Architects Gift Guide Through The Years
As we approach Valentine's Day we would like to take this opportunity to look at some of the more iconic gifts for architects from the last century.
Construction While The Building Is In Use
While emptying a facility to allow for construction is the simplest and easiest option, at least for the architect and contractor, many times that is not an option, so a little creativity must be employed.
Building Condition Surveys
The Building Condition Survey can range from a determination of the viability of continuing use of the structure to a determination of upgrades and/ or expansion to improve the use and productivity of the facility.
The Evolution of Rendering
Architectural Rendering has been used for centuries to provide more easily accessible and understandable images of projects. Over this time rendering techniques have evolved to make projects easier for clients to understand.
Do Deadlines Destroy Creativity
This question relates to the design process that has been a fascination for many years. Are “restrictions” or “limitations” negative influences on creativity, or are they actually positive influences that can inspire creative responses.
Solar panels and geothermal heating aren’t the only ways to incorporate sustainable architecture, and they might not even be the best ways to be sustainable. Instead quiet sustainability practices may be the easy answer environmentalists are looking for.