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  • thank you for your service

    Every now and again a special type of project comes along.  Actually – “project” is the wrong word – I think cause is more appropriate. In Architecture school, as students, you get to work on these fantastic and ideological, hypothetical projects – things that you almost never get the opportunity to do in the real world.  Fortunately […]
  • deja vu

    It seems like only yesterday we all braved the winter chill (of 2012) to watch two monstrous concrete members being set into place.  It was an impressive site – a towering crane delicately swinging beams weighing in at 72,000 pounds (EACH) with  laser precision. Well – in the (near) winter of 2016 – Prestress Services […]
  • on the (bourbon) trail

    Every so often it becomes absolutely necessary to step outside the daily grind – to extricate your mind from the tediousness of the creative process and give the noggin’s contents a little relief. Today was that day at i/A.  Our noggin relief? A scenic tour, a too-large bus, barrels, bourbon, and burgers.  It was bluegrass […]
  • east end rising

    east end rising

    For some time now, i/A has been working closely with Community Ventures, a non-profit company based in Lexington, to develop the first component of a larger redevelopment of the leading edge of Lexington’s East End neighborhood.  Located at the corner of East 3rd and Nelson avenue, near the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden, the East […]
  • eastbound

    eastbound

    For those of you who didn’t know… I (Joe Rasnick) hail from Pikeville, KY (go Panthers), a fact that clearly makes the following story all the more sweet. Growing up I wouldn’t say I knew I wanted to be an Architect – but I had a pretty strong feeling that’s where I was headed. Fast-forward to college […]
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