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Make your way around just about any major city (and smaller ones, too) in the US, and you’d be hard pressed not to see some form of new construction going on. Unless it’s related to an educational, governmental, or healthcare facility, there’s a good…

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Not a bad spot for waking up #shower #rainhead #subwaytile #relax #renovation #bathroom
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One of the things I miss the most about New York, strangely, is their city-supported composting. They made it almost effortless, just put all your organic waste into a provided bin next to your trash and recycling. We kept our small bin in the freezer and…

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It’s only fitting that such an amazing firm should have an equally amazing space to create. This should be inspiring on multiple levels to any office in the US…

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Starting to look like a working kitchen...only a few minor details left #renovation #kitchen
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Construction has finally wrapped up on a project I did quite a bit of work on while at HLW in New York. Too bad to see the team didn’t get any recognition, in this article, but happy the project is officially live and in color….this thing was a beast!…

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Very proud to see the Santa Fe Opera on USA Today’s list of the top must-see buildings in New Mexico! USA Today: 25 must-see buildings in New Mexico Image via The Santa Fe Opera

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Very proud to see the Santa Fe Opera on USA Today’s list of the top must-see buildings in New Mexico! USA Today: 25 must see buildings in New Mexico Image via The Santa Fe Opera

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Quite literally where it all began, this was the very first project I started on out of grad school when I was working for Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects in Austin. Vintage Texas fort inspires this new Austin-area ranch home Photo courtesy of Jacob…
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