Architecture, Inc. is working on an exciting project to replace all the glass in the Blue Cross, Blue Shield building on Danny Thomas in Memphis. Read more about the project here.read more »
Architecture, Inc.'s David Schuermann spoke with the Memphis Business Journal about the Billings Index, a measure of the success of the architecture industry. Read the full story here.read more »
Sotheby's International Realty recently feaured Beverly Hall in an article about updating vintage homes with modern conveniences. Architecture, Incorporated oversaw the renovation of Beverly Hall. Click here to read the full article.read more »
Architecture, Inc.'s David Schuermann was recently appointed chair of the Downtown Memphis Commission's Design Review Board. In his role, Schuermann will will preside at meetings of the DRB and administratively approve applications that meet the sign code requirements specified by the Central Business Improvement District.
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Architecture, Inc.'s Joey Hagan recently presented a check to the Ronald McDonald House on behalf of the Southern Hot Wing Festival.
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With more and more people working from home nowadays, more homes need to be equipped with offices. Architecture, Inc.'s Joey Hagan spoke with The Commercial Appeal about outfitting a home with an office and the design trends accompanying the need.
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Architecture, Inc.'s Joey Hagan was featured in this news story in his role as president of Memphis Heritage. The group hoped to stop the demolition of Memphis' 19th Century Club on Union Avenue.
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Architecture, Inc.'s Joey Hagan was named one of MBQ's 2013 Power Players for architecture. The Power Players list includes movers and shakers in various industries throughout the Mid-South.read more »
Architecture, Inc.'s Joey Hagan also serves as president of the board of directors for Memphis Heritage. The organization is dedicated to the preservation of historic sites in Memphis. Joey was quoted in regard to missing cobblestones from the Memphis riverfront.
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Architecture, Inc.'s Joey Hagan spoke to the Memphis Daily News about the architecture industry and the state of local firms as they emerge from the economic recession. Despite a tough national landscape, Architecture, Inc. weathered the recession well, largely as a result of its work on federally funded HOPE VI projects over the last few years.
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