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Why LA’s public design matters: An interview with Christopher Hawthorne, the city’s first chief design officer

The Los Angeles Times architecture critic explains his move to City Hall By Alissa Walker Next month, Christopher Hawthorne will start work as the city’s first chief design officer, leaving his role as the Los Angeles Times architecture critic. An important part of his job will...
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One-On-One With Nitin Motwani, Developer Of The Second-Biggest Mixed-Use Project In The U.S.

As the architects for several of the projects mentioned in this article – Marriott Marquis Hotel and Conference Center at Miami Worldcenter, and Water Street Tampa projects – we thought this interview provides a great glimpse of what is to come in Miami. Deirdra...
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‘The Achiever’: a video interview with architect John Nichols

Miami Today reporter Susan Danseyar interviewed Mr. Nichols at NBWW. The interview was recorded by Jahmoukie Dayle. John Nichols knew he wanted to be an architect when he was in junior high school. The CEO of Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates said he doesn’t have a...
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Meet Igor Reyes of Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe in Coral Gables – Voyage MIA Magazine

Meet Igor Reyes of Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe in Coral Gables Voyagemia Staff Today we’d like to introduce you to Igor Reyes. Igor, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today? My story is simple, got out of school and hit the ground running. I’ve been...
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John Nichols: Veteran architect an icon in design of top-level hotels – Miami Today

Written by Susan Danseyar on November 7, 2017 John Nichols knew he wanted to be an architect when he was in junior high school. The CEO of Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates said he doesn’t have a favorite building because each had some challenges and its own uniqueness....
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What Architects Should Know About “Convergence” | Architect Magazine

Randy Deutsch’s book explores how the rapidly blurring boundaries between design and construction are changing the building industry. By Brian Libby Wiley Randy Deutsch reckons that in the years before he wrote Convergence: The Redesign of Design (Wiley, 2017), he heard...
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ArchitectChats Ep. 11: Dissecting the Code, Part 1 – Raising Expectations

By ARCHITECT Staff Can—and should—regulation raise the bar for building performance nationwide? Code experts Cindy Davis and Steven Orlowski discuss the obstacles and strategies. In the cutthroat world of development, architects are often asked to qualify and quantify the merits...
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Igor Reyes reflects on the local architect’s experience with the Grove at Grand Bay for Facades+ Miami

NBWW principal Igor Reyes spoke at the Facades+ Conference in Miami on Thursday, reflecting on his experience as the local architect for the Grove at Grand Bay project. Reyes prepared a video for the session, giving a humorous introduction to his talk.
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The Need for a Smart City Platform – Q+A: Totem CEO Brian Lakamp

The umbrella-like energy platform has the capacity to collect, store, and dispense energy for large-scale city or smaller residential applications. By SELIN ASHABOGLU Smart energy startup Totem Powerwants to change the way cities and residences function. In collaboration with...
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Artist in Conversation: Frank Gehry – A Video Interview from LACMA

The Frank Gehry exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of art presents a comprehensive examination of the architect’s extraordinary body of work from the early 1960s—he established his firm in Los Angeles in 1962—to the present, featuring over 200 drawings, many of...
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