the i/A blog

  • buildings and stuff

    It’s construction season.  It’s that time of year when the lines on paper start to become 3-dimensional, occupiable places.  It’s a hot and messy process, but hey, we’re hot messes so it kind of works right?  These are just a SMALL sampling of the hard-hat areas we’re occupying this summer (and fall).  And as exciting […]
  • batter up

    i/A is now seeking out the next teammate.  And it’s no coincidence that the next member will make #9 – a full roster.  (Honestly, I’m not sure why I keep coming back to baseball analogies). Interested?  Find out more… Integrity/Architecture (i/A) is a different type of firm.  We’re young, energetic, passionate, and approach design with […]
  • 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 […]
  • making (in the real world)

    ACE Series – Ep.3 by: Adam Gillett, AIA, LEED AP One tenet of the ACE national mentoring program mission is Construction: the art & science of making in the real world. Our Lexington chapter hosts two job site field trips per year for students to see construction in-progress and up-close. We were fortunate enough this […]
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