the i/A blog

  • it’s a sign

    In case you had ever become suddenly confused as to your exact location on the banks of the Ohio River just a few meandering miles Southwest of Louisville, you no longer have to worry. Owensboro now has its handle and crest displayed loud and proud along Second Street, peeking out over the river.  Once completed, […]
  • johnson county

    Ok – we have to admit… Libraries in Eastern Kentucky are becoming quite a passion of ours. After a resounding success at Eastern Branch Library in Floyd County, we’ve shifted gears and headed north to Paintsville for yet another “hall of learning”. The Johnson County Public Library is in need of a facelift, a modernized […]
  • steel a glance

    Are you feeling hopeful? well you SHOULD be… because now that steel is going up at the Hope Center… there is a lot to feel hopeful about. Before you know it there will be nearly 50 new residences for men who are ready to start fresh – after working extremely hard (with the Hope Center’s […]
  • i/A in NYC

    Last week I was fortunate enough to take a few days off from the daily grind to explore the AIA’s National Convention on Architecture in New York – A’18. To say that the energy and enthusiasm from the thousands of architects attending were high – would be a drastic understatement.  It was humbling, exciting, energizing, […]
  • venue – and you, and you

    Look at what Lee Thomas has gone and done now! He’s made is way, at long last, to The Venue – our latest retail development in Lexington.  The Owner’s team was an absolutely essential voice in the design in this project, made visible by the careful detailing and soft color palette.  As more and more tenants […]
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