by Bruno J. Navarro | Feb 22, 2021 | Architecture, Magazine
Designing comfortable and productive workplace lighting solutions can be tricky in buildings flooded with sun in the summer and nearly bereft of natural light in the winter—but Alaska architects eagerly tackle the challenge.
by Julie Stricker | Feb 15, 2021 | Architecture, MagazineHOME | Posts by Julie Stricker Rethinking Outdoor Spaces: Finding Functionality in Alaska’s Expansive Exterior Mvandyke99 | Dreamstime.com When Bobby Wilken opened HooDoo Brewing Company on Halloween 2012, he envisioned a modest tap house where...
by Vanessa Orr | Feb 8, 2021 | Engineering, Environmental, Magazine
“To be an Arctic specialist, one has to have experience with cold climate means, methods, and materials applications in the Arctic, as well as an understanding of the logistics challenges,” says Richard S. Armstrong, founder of RSA Engineering.
by Amy Newman | Feb 1, 2021 | Architecture, Magazine, Professional Services
Eventually Alaskan workers will return to the office, and the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a shift in thinking among business leaders about what constitutes the ideal workspace.