the i/A blog

  • 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 […]
  • malabu nights

    On Malabu and Nicholasville a new experience is rising. We’re not even sure of exactly what these spaces hold in store – what we DO know is that they will be stores of style. We took the drone out last week to capture the immensity of the development as it begins to take shape.  The white bricks […]
  • firewall

    This post is a test. I’m testing whether this mobile editing app will work – but more importantly – whether it will allow us to deliver SUPER interesting photos and updates to you, dear readers, while on the go. Does it work? If you’re reading this then of course, YES. So what are you seeing? This […]
  • 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 […]
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