Monthly Archives: January 2013


Architecture is Everywhere: Florence, Italy

As an architect, a building isn’t just a building. It is made of angles, curves, various materials and structure. All of these components make the building have a purpose, a function, and a special representation of that public space. When I visited Florence, Italy over the holidays, I learned to […]


It’s A Brand New Year

It’s time to say goodbye to 2012 and hello to 2013.  As we all return from the holidays and shuffle back into the office, we think of all we have to look forward to: continuing on with existing projects, working on new ones, and making this a productive and great […]