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Two Projects Map to One Beautiful Truth … and an Award
We’ve all heard that a little bit of knowledge can be a dangerous thing. Two of our recent projects proved the truth of that and showed how a lot of knowledge can go a long way toward saving the day. It can even lead to awards, as in the case of our Sullivan’s Island project on an unusually-shaped lot.

Inspiring Design 

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Philadelphia Architect Melds History, Modern life
Growing up in Pittsburgh’s steel-producing heyday, Jeff Krieger watched for the moments when the blast furnaces awakened. Sparks burst from the smokestacks as the intense heat below powered a process both destructive and creative. “The steel mill was enormous,” Jeff says, “against a landscape of tiny houses cascading over the hills and into the ravines.” The extremes of difference in scale gave a kind of balance to that time and place: the enormity and the smallness, the industrial complexity amidst the scenic beauty. This paradox of intensity and balance rolls out into every facet of Jeff’s life and work.

From the Studio 

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Two Projects Map to One Beautiful Truth … and an Award
We’ve all heard that a little bit of knowledge can be a dangerous thing. Two of our recent projects proved the truth of that and showed how a lot of knowledge can go a long way toward saving the day. It can even lead to awards, as in the case of our Sullivan’s Island project on an unusually-shaped lot.

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Fête Your Dirty 30 & Clients With A Party
Your Dirty 30 is your core group of people. Likely you enjoy spending time with each individual one- on-one. Yet it’s also important for them to mingle. To show your appreciation, consider hosting a party, open house or dinner. As the host, make sure everyone is having a good time and express interest in each person. Remember that this event is a relationship-builder.