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Riverfront Rehab

Memphis Daily News — May 16th, 2012

David Schuermann, Architecture, Inc. partner and Downtown Memphis Commission design board review member, weighed in on Downtown Memphis' riverfront development. Read the article in the Memphis Daily News

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Architect helps design police memorial

Memphis Business Journal — March 23rd, 2012

Architecture, Inc.'s Valentina Shands-Puppione was tapped to help design the Memphis Police Department's Fallen Officer Memorial. Read the article about her work here.

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Cherokee Arms Undergoes Rehab

Memphis Daily News — March 23rd, 2012

Architecture, Inc. was charged with the renovation and rehabilitation of a Midtown landmark in 2012. The Daily News published a story on the work. Read the story here.

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Beale Street Landing About to Spring to Life

Memphis Daily News — March 21st, 2012

Each year, Architecture, Inc. is charged with configuring the space at Tom Lee Park for the Memphis in May International Festival. In 2012, construction at Beale Street Landing presented a new challenge for the firm. Read the story about the new structures and its impact here.

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Back to Front Street

Memphis Business Journal — January 13th, 2012

In early 2012, the Memphis Business Journal wrote an article about businesses moving back to Downtown Memphis. The article included Memphis in May's purchase of 56 S. Front Street and Architecture, Inc.'s plans to renovate the space. Read the article here.

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Back on Front

The Commercial Appeal — January 12th, 2012

The Commercial Appeal wrote an article on businesses moving back to Downtown Memphis. Memphis in May's purchase of the building at 56 S. Front Street was included in the story, along with Architecture, Inc.'s plans to renovate the space. Read the article here

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