• Design Elements

    An Efficient Workflow Set in Stone

    Growing up, I always knew I wanted a career that would get me outside and thinking creatively. So, when I found landscape architecture in high school, I knew I had found a way to piece my passions together to create a fulfilling career.   While attending Penn State, I developed a passion for the natural environment and began exploring how a landscape designer can pull the existing, natural surroundings into his or her designs. I learned ...[READ MORE]
  • Design Elements

    The Next Generation: Amy Rosen, President of AIAS

    Editor’s Note: This is the introductory article in our new series, The Next Generation. In this interview series, we will speak with younger professionals in the industry, in order to provide insight into the future of the architecture and design world. It is our hope for these interviews to be an information hub for those who are interested in going into this field. We’re hoping to spark interest and motivation in the next generation. What ...[READ MORE]
  • Education

    Chicago, IL: The Restoration of Lane Tech High School

    Known as the largest high school in the entire city of Chicago, Lane Tech College Prep High School is a seventh through twelfth grade, public 4-year selective enrollment magnet high school located in Roscoe Village. Founded in 1908 and dedicated on George Washington’s birthday in 1909, Lane Tech grew rapidly and a new, larger building was constructed on Western and Addison by 1930

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