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Remembrance of Dan Kwasniewski, AIA

It is with extreme sorrow we share news of the sudden and unexpected passing of our Associate, Dan Kwasniewski, AIA on Friday evening, March 1st. Anyone who had the pleasure of knowing Dan was touched by his warm heart, ebullient spirit and positive energy. He lit...

New Sculpture Installed Outside Soon-to-Open Homewood Suites in Providence

PROVIDENCE – A 13-foot statue created by Woodstock, Vt.-based artist Paul Machalaba has been installed in front of the soon-to-be-opened Homewood Suites by Hilton Providence Downtown, Hilton and First Bristol Corp., the hotel project’s developer, announced Friday. The sculpture, titled “Elevation II,” is a pre-cast,...

Hotel Hive Providence Design Approved

PROVIDENCE – A developer’s plan to create a boutique hotel from the adjoining old Providence Journal and Kresge buildings on Westminster Street has been approved by the Downtown Design Review Committee. The committee on Dec. 10 approved the proposed site plan and design contingent on...

Case-Mead Lofts Receive 2018 AIAri Design Award

Each year, the American Institute of Architects judges projects nationwide for receipt of their prestigious AIA Design Award. The renovation of the landmark property at 76 Dorrance Street into stylish, efficient micro-loft, studio, and one-bedroom apartments impressed the panel of judges, who selected the Case-Mead...

2018 Design Awards – Honor Award – 229 Waterman

This exciting mixed use development and adaptive reuse looks poised to stimulate the revitalizing of its neighborhood by providing an asset instead of a large vacant facility. View the full article on AIAri ...