Monthly Archives: November 2014

Creating Magical Ice Skating Experiences

Ice skating has become one of the most popular seasonal activities offered at mixed-use centers. Few, if any, actually stop to think about how these temporary rinks come to be and how they are designed. And even fewer realize that … Continue reading

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Shops Around Lenox: A Story We’re Proud to Tell

We’ve gotten more than one phone call from retail developers inspired by the transformation at Shops Around Lenox. Not surprising, considering the renovation transformed a dull strip center into a high-end open-air experiential center. We’re really proud of the landscape … Continue reading

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Around the World Wednesday

Wired recently published a compelling story that is perfect fodder to kick off our Around the World Wednesday series, in which we’ll look at innovative design techniques and inspirational projects from around the world. Wired’s story highlights an imaginative vision … Continue reading

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Through the Designer’s Eyes

By: Jen Ilkin I love to explore. Always have. If I were to describe my favorite childhood memories, they would all fit succinctly under the category of “exploring”.   And more so, as I grew, it became what you might even … Continue reading

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Designing Apartment Amenities for Millennials

A recent story in the New York Times, headlined “No Picket Fence: Younger Adults Opting to Rent,” caught our attention. We are seeing this story play out in our business every day. From a national standpoint, millennials are choosing to … Continue reading

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