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On the Boards: William Joe Rish Recreational Park

Posted by on Sep 17, 2015 in Architecture in Real Life, HDG Design and Architecture, On The Board

Eighteen months ago our firm competed and was selected to be the architects of record for new improvements at William J. Rish Park Recreational Park, on St. Joe Peninsula, Florida. Most readers may ask what the significance is to this specific park project. Or why, as architects, we consider it such a relevant design project. Well at least for Florida,...

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Tomorrow is World Architecture Day

Tomorrow is World Architecture Day

Posted by on Sep 30, 2012 in Architecture and Design Trends, Architecture in Real Life, Community Involvement

World Architecture Day is tomorrow, Monday, October 1, 2012 in London. Sponsored by WorldArchitectureNews.com, World Architecture Day is designed to celebrate design and architectural excellence across the globe. There are 6 main sessions covering: Education for Tomorrow Healthcare Design Civic Buildings Urban Regeneration Commercial Residential The...

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Football + Sustainability = Awesome

Football + Sustainability = Awesome

Posted by on Sep 26, 2012 in Architecture in Real Life, Contests and Design Fun

As architects, we care very much about sustainability. Many times we get caught up and focus too much on the latest and greatest technology or advancement in the field of sustainable building. We forget about simple ways to preserve and reuse resources. We came across the perfect example of using meaningful material from a tweet by @AIACAE on Twitter. The...

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Remembering 9/11

Remembering 9/11

Posted by on Aug 21, 2011 in Architecture in Real Life

As we take time to reflect on the 10th Anniversary of a day none of us will ever forget, let us come together to grieve, to remember, to express our gratitude to those who demonstrated what it is to be a hero, and to pledge ourselves to live in honor of their bravery. On this day of remembrance we share with you a snipit of our experiences that fateful day...

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Japan’s Innovative Architecture Saves Lives

Posted by on Apr 14, 2011 in Architecture in Real Life

The entire world watched is horror as Japan was struck by an Earthquake and a Tsunami. Thousands of priceless lives were lost and the country incurred billions of dollars of damage to the infrastructure and buildings. From an architectural and engineering standpoint, however, dozens upon dozens of sky scrappers preformed amazingly well during the double...

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