Our old office's perch above Westminster Street's urban bustle could always pique the mind. But the soul prefers our current situation on the edge of a 20-foot cubic void with high windows framing a view of the open sky.
In 2019, the pricey bits of cities need fewer architectural ateliers and more luxury flats. When an investor took our building off the market earlier this year, it meant the end of some of Downcity's last bohemian workspaces. Bad for us, good for Providence.
Earlier this year, our project "SLICE: The Inhabited Facade" received the Richard L. Blinder Award from the James Marston Fitch Charitable Foundation, a biennial award for projects that advance the practice of historic preservation. SLICE is an architectural...
If we are guided entirely by process, expression is limited to the point where something like jazz is impossible. But without process, there would be no jazz -- a riff has be on something, it can’t exist in vacuum.