Biophilia and Natural Design

Posted in Trends on Oct. 20, 2016

Many of us, especially in the field of architecture, spend a lot of our time focused on and engrossed in the built form of our world. It can sometimes be easy to forget the importance of nature and how it can affect us on a daily basis. Stanford recently published a study connecting spending timeRead more

AI – Behind the Curtain – Joe Carey

Posted in AI - Behind the Curtain on Apr. 15, 2016

• Archimages Tenure: 6 years + 3 years (intern) • Years of Experience: 9 • University of Kansas – Masters of Architecture (’10) I’ve always had a fascination with how things went together and functioned, so I share a pretty typical early story with many other architects involving Lego’s as well as multiple childhood storiesRead more

Printing the Future

Posted in Trends on Mar. 10, 2016

While being around since 1984, 3D printing has come leaps and bounds in the past few years. We’ve seen everything from small models to functional human body parts. Architecture has recently broken into the field in a big way. Perhaps the most exciting technology for the industry has been the ability to 3D print usingRead more

AI – Behind the Curtain – Erin McCullough

Posted in AI - Behind the Curtain on Feb. 29, 2016

• Archimages Tenure: 10 years • Years of Experience: 18 years • Kansas University: B.S. Architectural Engineering (’97), B.S. Architecture (’98) My great grandfather was an architect, but I didn’t know that when I decided to pursue architecture as a career. Initially, I was inspired by my 6th grade teacher, Mr. House, to pursue aRead more

Around the Industry – 2016 Color Forecast

Posted in News on Feb. 29, 2016

“Fresh mindfulness. Vintage workmanship. Social engagement. And technology and materials that seem to come from out of this world. We’re taking the best of everything life has to offer and indulging in the moment. Prepare to come together as we go in passionate pursuit of a shared color consciousness.” Sherwin Williams 2016 Color Forecast WithRead more