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INSIGHTS – 3rd of July International Potluck

We are back from the holiday weekend and have finally recovered from the International 3rd of July Feast that took place at our Austin studio! We asked our team to bring food that felt like home and we were rewarded with an international smörgåsbord of treats! Chicago Dogs, El Salvadorian Arepitas, Iranian Kebabs, Mexican Street Corn, Vietnamese Shrimp Salad, Chilean Empanadas, English Peach Crumble, Local Bratwurst, Bangkok Cayenne Ice Cream, Phil's specialty shishito peppers, Caramelized Bacon, Chips and Queso, Homemade Salsa, Cole Slaw, Potato Salad, and Cake Balls, juuuuuust to name a few of the tasty headliners. Despite a summer storm and dramatic lightning show, our trusty grill masters kept the party going! Keep scrolling to see a few shots of our fiesta.

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90 SECONDS with Denim, Avalon, and Arnold – WELCOME!

Welcome, welcome, welcome to our newest crew-members: Denim Weaver (DW;) in our Austin office; and from our Scottsdale office, Arnold Orozco (AO,) and upcoming graduate, Avalon Leavens (AL.) We want to give all three of you a warm welcome this Spring! We took 90 seconds to get to know more about our newest team members, and it turns out, we have a landscape architectural rendering artist, an occasional surfer, and a mind-blowing guacamole dip recipe that we can't stop drooling over! Want to know more about them? Read below for the full insights!

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TRAVEL JOURNAL – New York City

Last week, three of our Austin folks took off to the Big Apple. During their stay; Scott Chasteen, Alex Meyer, and Johanna Spencer visited USAI Lighting’s SOHO Collaboratory space where they tested, played, and enjoyed a full day of de-light. They were joined by Lisa Rogers of Spectrum Lighting, who contributed her lighting wisdom to the lessons of the day!

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INSIGHTS – 2017 AIA Convention

"The simple act of engaging with young people and teaching them about design early-on can have a huge impact on the future of architecture. A diversity of opinion and perspective will help create a richer built environment and better architecture.”. 2017 AIA Convention review by Johanna Spencer.

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