Sited within a New Urbanist neighborhood of traditional-style homes – and across the street from Memphis’ Mississippi River shoreline – the new, very progressive Civitas house makes a strong statement in its looks, alone. It’s also a high-performance residence, achieving multiple energy and environmental certifications.
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. today announced that it has acquired the business and assets of Moz Designs, Inc., a designer and fabricator of custom architectural metal ceilings, walls, dividers and column covers for interior and exterior applications.
KAI Enterprises proudly announces that Tim McMinn, AIA has been named Design Principal. McMinn was previously Director of Architecture at KAI. The transition is recognition of McMinn’s passionate drive to create innovative and highly creative solutions for clients.
The Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace, originally dedicated in 1843, is a historic gem in downtown Honolulu. At the dawn of the twenty-first century the interior elements of the nineteenth century Cathedral had fallen out of relationship with each other due to insensitive post-historic campaigns. In recognition of the Cathedral’s newly conferred Basilica status the diocese undertook a long-term effort to create a harmonious liturgical artistry program.
M. Grisafe Architect, an established architecture firm in the City of Long Beach, California, announced recently that the company has undergone a rebrand—complete with a new company name, as well as a new visual identity.
Reflecting its global design leadership in tall building design and urban housing solutions, the award-winning architecture and interior design firm CetraRuddy has announced a number of high-profile speaking engagements for its cofounding principal, John Cetra, FAIA. The talks highlight the firm’s work on ARO, a new 62-story high-rise tower in New York City.
National Gypsum Co. has introduced SoundBook 2.0, a comprehensive resource for technical information and detailed architectural drawings of sound-rated assemblies for architects and contractors seeking to achieve required sound transmission class ratings on their projects.
Noted for complex, large-scale cultural works and “masterful use of texture,” Studio Ma introduces innovative, energy-saving cultural works that “regenerate resources.”
December 26, 2019
Known for award-winning museum designs and architecture, urbanism, campus planning and environmental design work, the firm Studio Ma has announced the completion of three major museums and a national initiative to promote and design “a new generation of net-zero-energy museums” and cultural institutions worldwide.
Check out the October 2020 edition of Walls & Ceilings: Synthetic Sidings explores business options, Ceiling systems incorporate environmental friendliness while providing sound absorbing acoustics, live field data is a game changer and no longer just accessible for larger companies, and much more!