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  • Young Architects Competition: attraversare Envisioned!

    In early March of 2017 ajc architects set upon the challenge of transforming the site of an ancient Italian castle fortress into a destination facility for trekkers and hikers. Our thanks to Heber Slabbert and Trent Smith for spearheading and shepherding the competition effort. COMPETITION ELEMENTS: THE SITE- Roccamandolfi citadel ruins, Italy. PROVIDE A VISION.  WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE- Architects, Designers, Students, with at least

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  • Building Salt Lake: Seattle Developer to Build New Downtown Apartments

    “Downtown Salt Lake has emerged as one of the most attractive and affordable places to live for lifestyle-driven professionals from all over the country,” said David Enslow of Timberlane Partners. ajc architects design concept for The Morton envisions a clean, elegant expression of forms, materials, colors and textures. The contemporary use of materials creates a visual balance between modern forms and more traditional

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  • And the Award goes to. . .

    The International Interior Design Association, Intermountain Chapter selects Scalar Anlytics as 2017’s BEST project under 15,000 square feet. The annual IIDA Awards are presented to regional projects which exhibit “Brilliantly Executed Spaces and Thinking.”  The goal of the Scalar space was to achieve a black/white modern, minimalist space accented with natural wood finishes. Exposed steel trusses add visual interest and make the

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  • Regent Street Revitalized: ajc designed Fireside Restaurant makes its debut

    Clean, simple, modern lines and plenty of natural light define Fireside’s debut on Regent Street. Nestled mid-block between The Eccles Performing Arts Center on Main Street and State Street to the east, you’ll find a revitalized Regent Street.  In 2015, the Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City initiated a transformative process to bring energy and interest to this underutilized area of downtown. The goal

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