2020 Architectural Trends
Posted January 15, 2020 | Permalink

With 2020 newly underway, projected architectural trends of the new decade are taking shape. Continuing the trend of recent years, 2020 looks again to a new generation of homes and businesses that maximize space and cut down on environmental waste. Houses are projected to accentuate artistic and architectural decisions, rather than using every dollar to create more space....

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6 Vital Considerations When Considering an Open Office Space
Posted December 11, 2019 | Permalink

Open office spaces use large open spaces rather than small, enclosed offices. In many companies, workstations, private offices, and cubicles are not assigned to one particular employee. Instead, they are available for all employees to use as needed. Open offices allow employees to collaborate, move freely around the office, and work on multiple projects at one time. Open office spaces have several praises as well as complaints that all business owners should consider when consulting with a...

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Trends in College Campus Design
Posted November 13, 2019 | Permalink

College campus design seeks to provide students and faculty with a comfortable and healthy environment which helps to increase productivity. The demands of higher education facilities have led to new design practices on campuses to concentrate on energy-efficient building practices, multipurpose buildings, and natural lighting....

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Five Trends in Commercial Building Design
Posted October 16, 2019 | Permalink

Building trends change throughout the years. Although several designs have remained popular over the years, it is crucial to keep up with the latest building designs to help grow your business because first impressions are vital to your customers and clients. Here are the five most recent trends in commercial buildings. 

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Understanding Basement Design when Meeting with an Architect
Posted September 11, 2019 | Permalink

There are three different types of foundations commonly used during the construction of a home - slab foundations, crawlspace foundations, and basements. With a slab foundation, the home is built extremely close to the ground, which prevents the homeowner from gaining access to the piping and wiring. Crawlspace foundations, on the other hand, provide an access point to these areas because the home is built several feet off of the ground. Finally, basements are made with at least 8 foot ceilings...

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