Neuroarchitecture: Designing with your Mind in Mind

Neuroarchitecture: Designing with your Mind in Mind

Have you ever walked into a room and felt your mood shift? Whether you’re aware of it or not, your environment affects your mental state—and it can be highly intentional! This connection is called Neuroarchitecture, and much like Neuroscience, Neuroarchitecture...
Core Factor: Tenant Amenities for Today’s Offices

Core Factor: Tenant Amenities for Today’s Offices

As workplace architects and designers, we’re firm believers in the art of reinvention. And nowhere is this truer than in the workspaces we design. In a post-pandemic world, tenants are reconsidering what it means to come to work, and building owners are adapting to...
Real World Recommendations for Cleaner Indoor Air

Real World Recommendations for Cleaner Indoor Air

If the last few years have taught us anything, it’s that good indoor air quality (IAQ) isn’t just a “nice to have” – it’s a must have. From allergens to infectious diseases, indoor air carries a lot more than what meets the eye. We talked with Eric Haley—a Baskervill...
Now & Then: 125 Years of Design

Now & Then: 125 Years of Design

2022 marks Baskervill’s quasquicentennial; our 125th birthday. From local Richmond firm to design dynamo with a glowing global footprint, the firm has evolved and changed a lot over the last century or so. What hasn’t changed? A commitment to asking, listening, and...
Unheard. Untold. Unwritten. Until now.

Unheard. Untold. Unwritten. Until now.

It took 304 years to get here. Here where souls—named and unnamed—could be recognized. Here where respect and honor are imbued to those who lived without it. 304 years between William & Mary’s first purchase of enslaved individuals in 1718 to the 2022 dedication...