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Total overhaul and refurbishment of an 1981 Airstream Excella 28'. The Airstream will be traveling around the country attending B-E (built environment) related trade shows and conferences, promoting VULUME and doubling as a mobile office.

Harrington Brewery is a multipurpose building that aims to bring life back into the Fringe area in Cape Town, South Africa. This project feeds directly onto the previous project which acts as a market walkway on Harrington Square. The building aims to capture the raw character that exists within the fringe and it aims to use the rough, deteriorating nature of the surrounding area to its advantage. The process of the building becomes its strongest idea. The user is continually involved in the process of the building creating a powerful relationship between user and structure.

Complete overhaul/remodel on a Ranch house that was originally built in the 1890's

chair concepts for the Vulume mobile airstream office

Located in heart of Carbondale's downtown core, The Launchpad provides much needed studio space for the performing arts as well as serve as a creative hub for artists and community members alike. This community 'Space for the Arts' and a partnership between Dance Initiative and the Carbondale Council on Arts & Humanities (CCAH) and features 2 professional grade studios, a fine art gallery, a gift shop and public sculpture gardens (in progress).

EverGreene conservators conducted a historic finishes investigation, determining the original decorative scheme in the Waiting Room and Room 150. Exposure windows revealed that what was thought to be Caen stone on the interior walls of the waiting room was actually scored plaster finished with a light brown sand paint. Conservators are currently cleaning and restoring historic stenciling, original decorative paint motifs, ornamental plaster and historic stone. Breaking Ground at Sacramento, January 8, 1863 for Transcontinental Railroad was completed in 1930. Over the years, the mural had been exposed to cigarette smoke and post-historic paint drips, distorting the colors and overall composition of the artwork. Breaking Ground, will benefit greatly from a surface cleaning, consolidation and inpainting. Conservators will use an aqueous solution to remove the nicotine and other pollutants and inpaint areas of loss, returning the inherent beauty to the historic artwork. ** Correction: Our June e-newsletter mentioned Perkins + Will as the architect for this project. The correct architect is ZGF.