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Sea Level Rise Adaptation Exhibition at SPACE Gallery

Sea level rise has been getting some serious press lately, particularly after super storm Sandy hit New York last year. Designers all over the world are weighing in with ideas for adaptation. I’ve been working with the Portland Society for … Continue reading

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Summer Internship at Bild Architecture

Originally from Falmouth Maine, and currently heading into my 5th year (thesis) of architecture school at Syracuse University, I found myself coming back home for the summer and landing an amazing internship with a firm close to home, Bild Architecture … Continue reading

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East Bayside’s “Foxhole” hosts Pop-up Restaurant June 27, 2013

Pop-up restaurants are trending all over the world right now. A pop-up restaurant is a temporary eatery created for just a single meal or for a longer limited event. Pop-ups provide designers the chance to focus on concepts that emphasize … Continue reading

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Group Home Groudbreaking with Wright-Ryan Construction

Bild is pleased to announce our newest project! Ground has broken on Group Mainstream’s new 5 bed group home located in Portland, ME. Bild is thrilled to be working with a fantastic team of professionals on this exciting project. A big thank … Continue reading

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Design From Within: Documentary Video

In cooperation with the Scarborough Veteran’s Home, Evan recently filmed a 30 minute documentary video outlining his nursing home design research project in 2011. Click the picture to watch the video. Enjoy! Living in a Nursing Home – Evan Carroll … Continue reading

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Evan Carroll writes for My Generation-The Baby Boomer Years

Evan Carroll was recently published in Current Publishing’s feature section for baby boomers called My Generation. Evan’s article, “Hanging on to the House”, gives an overview of the issues related to a family’s decision-making process and available resources when considering aging-in-place. … Continue reading

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Maine Veterans’ Homes Represented at NASVH Conference

Bild Architecture recently co-presented “Design from Within” at the National Association of State Veterans Homes‘ annual conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Thank you Maureen Carland and Deb Fournier of the Maine Veterans’ Homes for helping to put together a thoughtful and informative … Continue reading

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Architecture for Autism Spectrum Disorders: Designing with Ability in Mind

Today’s blog entry during Autism Awareness Month looks at design for autistic individuals through the lens of ability, rather than disability. It seems that when considering Autistic individuals much emphasis could be placed on the individual’s fears, dislikes and disabilities. … Continue reading

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Architecture for Autism Spectrum Disorders: Spatial Considerations

Continuing our series on Architecture for Autism Spectrum Disorders, we take a look at Spatial Considerations. The conflicting opinions of architects regarding lighting design continue in regards to space planning. It is believed that individuals with autism tend to be … Continue reading

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Architecture for Autism Spectrum Disorders: Lighting

Since April is Autism Awareness month, Bild Architecture has dedicated this month’s blog to exploring architectural design theory in designing for Autistic learners. Designing learning spaces for children on the Spectrum is often misunderstood and has come under much debate … Continue reading

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