The firm recently completed an adaptive-reuse project in Stockyards Atlanta to colocate advertising giant IPG’s sister agencies Fitzco, Weber Shandwick, and Momentum.
While Atlanta is a developer-driven architecture market, BLDGS has managed to carve out a niche, building close ties with the city’s nonprofits and organizations.
With Haus Gables, Architect Jennifer Bonner Celebrates and Critiques the American Single-Family House
Located in Atlanta, the two-story, two-bedroom house was assembled from 87 cross-laminated timber (CLT) panels that provide both structure and interior surfacing.
A Metropolis Think Tank panel at Atlanta-based tvsdesign delved into the resources that are crucial to a well-rounded teaching and learning experience.
A recent Metropolis Think Tank panel, hosted at Perkins+Will's Atlanta office, fleshed out how architects might take better account of a project’s stakeholders, especially those who aren’t paying for it.
At a recent Metropolis Think Tank talk hosted by the Atlanta office of Gensler, architects and experts discussed how sensitive disruption can increase productivity.
The facade of flooring company Interface's new HQ doesn't just symbolize biophilia: It mimics the dappled light created by a forest canopy.
While a previous generation condemned the joining of architecture and development in a single figure, few young architects are unpersuaded by the monumental products of Portman’s efforts.
The architect-developer, who invented the modern atrium hotel, passed away late last week.
We speak with Ryan Gravel to understand why the urban planner is leaving the project that has been his life's work for almost two decades.
Midtown section of the plan with building labels Freeways have sliced through the hearts of many communities, creating derelict wastelands that destroy neighborhoods and sever connections. Our cities have buried, covered, or dismantled the massive structures required for high-speed…