How Architectural Innovation Can Future-Proof Your Home

MAR
14
How Architectural Innovation Can Future-Proof Your Home

As you’re thinking about architectural design, choosing a firm who is also a technology partner is actually quite a consideration. In this post, we will explore the evolution of architectural models, from classical to contemporary technological enhancements in the field. Further, we will demonstrate the practical importance and how it is an innovative, cost efficient […]

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Minimalist design is the next big thing

JAN
26
Minimalist design is the next big thing

Minimalist design is a rising trend in 2017, largely due to the success of an innocuous book about cleaning up and organizing. Although her book, the life-changing magic of tidying up, was published in 2011, Marie Kondo’s influence is just now gaining mainstream appeal. Without going into too much detail, Kondo asserts that a cluttered space is […]

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Ode to a Diode – Why Lighting is Important

JUN
23
Lighting

If architecture and interior design are the forces which give a space its shape, then lighting is that which makes it breathe. Lighting is such a fundamental component in design that its often overlooked. Think about it, were it not for lighting, the Sistine Chapel and the Smithsonian would look exactly the same inside. Sure, on the surface, it […]

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Interested in architecture as a career? Here’s where to begin!

APR
26
Brandon Architects

So you want to be an architect? There are lots of ways to start your career. First there’s education, then practice, certifications and eventually mastery. Although every journey is unique, each shares one common element: the initial moment of inspiration. It could be a house. It could be a painting. It could even be a song. However the […]

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20th Century Architectural Icon – Fallingwater

FEB
23
Fallingwater

  You take a brief stroll along the rocks, feet away from a torrent of rushing snowmelt. A rich cacophony fills your ears – crickets, birds and the surging waterfall below. And then you enter…the kitchen? This is no dream – you’re walking through Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural masterpiece. Chances are, you already recognize […]

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