News

  • The Latest Draft Our weblog that chronicles our latest developments, random thoughts, opinions, and other nonsense.
  • On the Boards What we're working on right now.
  • Publicity What they're saying about us.

Universal design: Building for long haul entails accommodating relatives of all ages

The Commercial Appeal — December 31st, 2010

Architecture, Inc.'s Joey Hagan spoke with The Commercial Appeal about universal design and "building smarter" to take advantage of existing home space. Read the article here

read more »

MLGW demo brings households into tech progression

Memphis Daily News — December 13th, 2010

Architecture, Inc.'s Ken Hudson became one of the first MLGW customers to receive the newly available smart meters, which are aimed at helping Memphians make more informed choices on their energy usage. Read the Memphis Daily News article about Ken and the meters here

read more »

In the Spotlight: Reginald Tate

Memphis Business Journal — October 29th, 2010

Architecture, Inc.'s Reginald Tate was featured in the Memphis Business Journal's "In the Spotlight." See his feature here.

read more »

Legends Park receives outpouring of support

The Commercial Appeal — October 1st, 2010
Marketing 101012 001

The grand opening of Legends Park drew the attention of the entire Memphis community. The Commercial Appeal covered the announcement and event. Read the article here.

read more »

Legislation Could Alter Interior Design Industry

The Daily News — August 17th, 2010

The Memphis Daily News recently explored Tennessee legislation that could affect the licensure of interior designers and the design industry as a whole, including the work currently performed by architects. Architecture, Inc.'s David Schuermann discussed the topic in the article, which is available here.

read more »

Redesigned and Rebuilt: Firms shift gears in hopes of finding projects

Memphis Daily News — August 17th, 2010
Staffdavid

The economic downturn has been hard on small businesses, particularly architects. But the industry is optimistic. Architecture, Inc.'s David Schuermann spoke with the Memphis Daily News about the economy's effect on the architecture industry. Read the article here

read more »

Coffee Break: Architecture Inc. adds Tate

The Commercial Appeal — August 11th, 2010
Commercial Appeal Logo

read more »

A Sense of Place: How June West and Memphis Heritage Give Historic Preservation a Voice

The Daily News — July 26th, 2010
9886

read more »

Solar Power Augments Funding for Legends Park

Memphis Business Journal — July 16th, 2010
1151131

read more »

Development Partners Reunite on Midtown Project

The Daily News — July 13th, 2010
Dailynewslogo

read more »