MOB Moves: Designing for the Future of Health + Wellness

MOB Moves: Designing for the Future of Health + Wellness

Recurrent technological advancements related to how we perceive healthcare means access to medical professionals is easier than ever before. Want quick care on your time table? Urgent Care is a great option. Need a late-night assessment from the comfort of home?...
2020 Vision: How to Know it’s Time for a Change

2020 Vision: How to Know it’s Time for a Change

On a sunny May day two years ago, a group of Baskervill leaders and rising stars quietly stepped away from their day-to-day to sit in a small room (full of snacks, of course) and talk about the future. And not just “the future” in general terms – a future exactly...
High Design: AC Hotel Orlando to Light Up City Skyline

High Design: AC Hotel Orlando to Light Up City Skyline

To say something big is happening in downtown Orlando would be an understatement. In the last 10 years alone, the city’s skyline has more than doubled—and unprecedented developments are on the horizon. Case in point: the former Amway Arena site, a 68-acre area, is...
Placemaking + The Art of Connected Communities

Placemaking + The Art of Connected Communities

Nestled in the mountain town of Roanoke, Virginia, is a four-story converted warehouse just off a busy industrial corridor. Called The Lofts at West Station 2, it’s a 100-year-old building packed with immense character, having once served as a feed manufacturing...
The Buildings That Never Were

The Buildings That Never Were

Not unlike most architects, Principal Burt Pinnock’s desk is an assortment of creative chaos. But if you sift through the highlighters, reference books, rulers, and remnants of current project work, you’ll find an orderly stack of sketches representing the buildings...