Climate Change and an Architects Role

by Michael Hammond June 6, 2019
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In this day and age, it’s hard to not hear about the state of our environment. Whether you call it “Global Warming” or “Climate Change,” the word is increasingly getting out about how we as humans are directly affecting our planet, and it isn’t for […]

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Quickly Construct Concrete Pad Footings with FASTBAG

by evstudio May 30, 2019

At a recent seminar I attended I was introduced to the Fab-Form product called FASTBAG. This product is brilliantly simple….a textile bag you can fill with concrete and reinforcing bars to take the place of the wood formwork traditionally utilized to construct pad footings. The […]

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EVstudio Has the Building Professionals You Need

by EVstudio AEP April 19, 2019

At any given time we have a large number of projects under construction. During the construction phase of a project questions invariably arise. That is the nature of the work, whether new, or more frequently, renovation work. At times those questions are best answered by […]

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by Sean O'Hara, AIA, LEED AP November 16, 2018

I just ran across the Boulderspace blog. Well worth a look, lots of architecture related topics and its more than just Boulder.

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A Daily Dose of Architecture

by Sean O'Hara, AIA, LEED AP June 10, 2016

The most heavily trafficked architecture blog is A Daily Dose of Architecture. John Hill manages to fuel his blog with almost daily articles, book reviews and high quality images. There are archives dating back to February 2004. Definitely worth coming back to again and again.

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Greene & Greene Construction Update

by Matt Svoboda, AIA April 21, 2016
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Our Greene & Greene inspired home is almost completely through framing!  Most of the windows are in and the extensive exterior wood detailing is beginning to reveal its character.  Below you can see the dining room with its exposed T&G roofing at the extra deep […]

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Links from to Your Website

by Sean O'Hara, AIA, LEED AP October 1, 2015

With the increasing number of link requests that we get from Consultants, Clients, Engineers, Contractors and Builders, I thought it would be useful to explain how to get to link to your website. First, an important distinction, generally speaking our domain does not […]

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An EVstudio Client – Custom Home Blog

by Matt Svoboda, AIA September 2, 2015
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Please check out this blog ( by one of our clients which has been chronicling the progress of the construction of their home.  These brave souls are doing 90% of the construction themselves and as such the blog is full of great lessons learned and […]

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Killeen, Texas Adopts 2009 I-Codes

by evstudio April 19, 2011

    The Killeen City Council has voted to adopt the 2009 International Code Council (ICC) Building Codes. The new codes will become effective April 1, 2011, however the 2008 National Electric Code will remain in effect. In addition to the ICC codes Killeen has […]

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AIA Colorado Design Conference Blog

by Sean O'Hara, AIA, LEED AP July 31, 2010

The American Institute of Architects Colorado Chapter has launched a blog to promote the annual practice and design conference. Nicolle tells me “This year for the AIA Colorado Design Conference, we have started a blog.  We are going to use the blog to post articles […]

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by Sean O'Hara, AIA, LEED AP November 20, 2009

I was contacted a few weeks ago by Su Butcher of the Architects Twitter League and Barefoot & Gilles Architects about the possibility of including in her presentation to the RIBA Stakeholder Forum. We traded several emails about the successes and difficulties of creating […]

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One Year of – The Daily Blog About Architecture and Architects

by evstudio May 30, 2009

Today we’re celebrating one year of On May 30, 2009 we started our near daily blog about architecture and what we do as architects. Most blogs about architecture are primarily reviews of other people’s work. We wanted to fill a different hole and talk […]

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