A Most Amazing Client By Bobbie Hill Community Engagement is a fundamental component of all of our work at Concordia. The very nature of that component of our work means that we kind of have two clients – the one with which we have a contract and the community that is participating in the engagement… Continue reading
At this time of the year we are remembering just how fortunate we are to have the opportunity to work on so many interesting and meaningful projects, and with such great clients and community members. Wishing you a holiday filled with joy.
People often green up interior spaces with measly potted plants placed here or there. Why use small potted plants when you can liven up a space with a full fledge living wall? Living walls can be made up of variety of plants, ranging in color and texture providing great visual appeal. They transform a typically… Continue reading
On the way to our annual retreat in rural Mississippi last month, some of us stopped by the Crosby Arboretum in Picayune to see the stunning Pinecote Pavilion by architect E. Fay Jones. Like being underneath a canopy of trees, the thin wood framing of the pavilion delicately filters light and frames views of the surrounding… Continue reading
Two current exhibitions in New York combine to provide some insights into 21st century design thinking. One is the comprehensive Le Corbusier retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, the other is James Turrell’s magnificent installation at the Guggenheim Museum. Meanwhile in a land far, far away from MoMA and the Guggenheim, near Arizona’s painted desert… Continue reading