Archive: Nov 2015

  1. Thursday Salute to Originals: Seasonal Sections

    Our team has an (un)healthy obsession with section details. Hand us a drawing set, and we’ll skip over the plans and elevations straight to that technical wall section. Take us to a jobsite, and you’ll likely find us trying to pull something apart to get an inside view of the construction. But this obsession doesn’t […]

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  2. Impactful Entry Space: The Polin Museum

    In this Impactful Entry Space blog series, we will feature a designer or artist that has created an attention-grabbing design for the main lobby space of a building. Drawing inspiration from completed entry spaces around the world, we travel beyond the image by diving into the design process and concepts behind it. Today, we feature our interview […]

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  3. Thursday Salute to Originals: Mechanics of Hugging

    We rely on machines for so many aspects of our lives – from meeting the basic needs of preparing food, to communicating with others, to transporting our bodies through the environment, and more. And even when the machine’s involvement is not seen firsthand (such as the conveyor belt which sorted and packed your food before […]

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  4. Thursday Salute to Originals: Delicate Prison Illustrations

    Prison, art, and ostrich eggs. A strange combination to say the least. One a criminal reformatory, the other touted as high-end visual culture, and the next a very hearty – albeit unusual – breakfast, it seems these have nothing in common. Unless inmate-turned-artist, Gil Batle, is involved, of course; then it makes total sense! After […]

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  5. Impactful Entry Space: Palace of International Forums

    In this Impactful Entry Space blog series, we will feature a designer or artist that has created an attention-grabbing design for the main lobby space of a building. Drawing inspiration from completed entry spaces around the world, we travel beyond the image by diving into the design process and concepts behind it. Today, we feature our interview […]

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  6. Thursday Salute to Originals: Feathers

    There’s no arguing that Mother Nature is quite the artist. In looking at her works -landscapes, sunsets, plants, animals, and our specialty, stone- it’s easy to be awed and inspired by her aesthetic eye. But it is feathers that have caught our attention recently. After reading about a new archaeological discovery of feathers on a […]

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