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Memphis Daily News: 100 N. Main Listed on National Historic Register

Memphis Daily News — May 27th, 2015
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Architecture, Inc. is leading the proposed renovation for the 100 N. Main building in Downtown Memphis. The building was recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Read more from the Memphis Daily News here.

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Memphis Daily News: Joey Hagan appointed vice chair of Orion board of directors

Memphis Daily News — May 26th, 2015
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Architecture, Inc.'s Joey Hagan was recently named vice chair of the Orion Federal Credit Union board of directors. Read more from the Memphis Daily News here.

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Memphis Business Journal: Downtown's tallest building joins National Register of Historic Places

Memphis Business Journal — May 26th, 2015
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Architecture, Inc. is leading the proposed renovation of the 100 N. Main building in Downtown Memphis. It was recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Read more from the MBJ here.

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Project Update: Mallory-Neely House

May 7th, 2015
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The Mallory-Neely House is back! Or, really, it never left. While it sure looks good for being more than 150 years old, we’re going to make it look even better.

Built around 1852, the Mallory-Neely House is located at 652 Adams Ave. in Victorian Village, an area formerly known as “Millionaires’ Row.” It underwent several renovations in the late 1800s and became part of the Pink Palace Family of Museums in the mid-20th century after its last resident, Daisy Neely Mallory, passed away. 

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Project Update: Bellevue at Monroe

May 7th, 2015
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Have you noticed the hustle and bustle happening at the intersection of Bellevue and Monroe in Midtown? It’s the site of one of the newest retail facilities to be designed in the up-and-coming Midtown Corridor Zoning District. And Architecture, Incorporated is part of the action! 

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Project Update: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee

May 7th, 2015
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After helping Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee with the replacement of all the glass in their building last year, the team is back together for a variety of improvements – including repairs and enhancement of the enormous concrete steps on the main facades of the building. 

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Design Trends to Watch in 2015

May 7th, 2015
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Considering a renovation or remodel this year? You won’t be alone. According to the American Express Spending & Saving Tracker, 75 percent of Americans will make some sort of home improvement this year.

But what should you consider in order to ensure your renovation stands the test of time (or at least lasts a little while)? At Architecture, Incorporated, we’ve overseen our fair share of renovations. Here’s what our experts say about the trends to watch in 2015. 

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Memphis Business Journal: People on the Move - Joey Hagan

Memphis Business Journal — April 23rd, 2015
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Architecture, Inc.'s Joey Hagan was recently named vice chair of the Orion Federal Credit Union board of directors. Read more about his appointment here.

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Memphis Business Journal: Nashville approves 100 N. Main historic designation

Memphis Business Journal — March 16th, 2015
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100 N. Main, a major commercial project in Memphis' tallest building, was recently approved by the state of Tennessee for a listing on the National Register of Historic Places. The application is now awaiting federal approval. Read the full story here.

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The Commercial Appeal: Design trends 2015: Whetted by social media, homeowners pursue individual style in interiors

The Commercial Appeal — January 16th, 2015

Architecture, Inc.'s Joey Hagan weighed in on 2015 design trends for The Commercial Appeal. He discussed repurposing materials and other architectural trends. Read the full story here

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