Five Key Kitchen Considerations for Your Home Design
Posted November 18, 2020 | Permalink

The kitchen is the most used and appreciated room of most homes. It’s where family, friends, and guests gather, not just to cook and eat, but to socialize and bond. A kitchen is a little bit of everything: a place to learn life lessons from burnt dinner and the location to perfect the art of listening during a spouses’ workday winddown. It’s the pass-through place for a glass of water, a long stare into the fridge, and the meeting spot on most mornings....

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3 Biggest Impacts COVID will have on Home Design
Posted October 21, 2020 | Permalink

Nothing in our lives has gone untouched by the COVID-19 pandemic. Work, school, church, sports, family, social gatherings, and commutes have all been impacted. Many of us have embraced work-from-home routines while also focusing on the needs of children’s education and care for others in our homes. Work/life balance has gained a new perspective. Those balancing acts and changes in everyday life haven’t gone unnoticed. Architects have responded to these needs by adjusting their home designs...

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How are architects responding to COVID-19?
Posted September 9, 2020 | Permalink

COVID-19 has forced many businesses to adapt and find new ways to serve their customers. The world of architecture has not been immune to these adaptations. While the “new normal” has brought on many challenges, it has also created room for new services and strategies. So, what are architects doing to accommodate their clients during the pandemic?...

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How Architects Help Ensure the Safe Reopening America’s Schools and Businesses
Posted August 5, 2020 | Permalink

Architects are not immune from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the world is dealing with a crisis of extraordinary magnitude, architects are busy doing what they do best: planning and designing the spaces where we live, learn, and work.

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4 Questions Architects Will Answer in the Post-COVID Era
Posted July 15, 2020 | Permalink

Architects are going to be asked to solve a lot of problems in the post-COVID-19 world. The pandemic has created a population skeptical of safety, reluctant to work in traditional environments, and longing for connection to outdoor areas that also provide privacy. It’s a tall order, and fortunately, architects have been laying the groundwork for this type of change for
many years.

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