Recently, Arch Nexus president Kenner Kingston had the opportunity to present an overview of the Living Building Challenge at the Intermountain Sustainability Summit. The summit, held annually at Weber State University, brings together over 40 speakers to inspire, inform, and show how
Architectural Nexus is proud to sponsor KUED and the series “10 Towns that Changed America”. On Tuesday, April 19th at 7:00 p.m. the series will spotlight Salt Lake City and the special way that this city has changed the way Americans live,
Arch Nexus president Kenner Kingston will be interviewed on the KRCL 90.9 program RadioActive to talk about architecture, sustainable design and our new Sacramento office building which is pursuing the Living Building Challenge. RadioActive is a community affairs program for the local
Architectural Nexus is proud to sponsor an exciting event with Breathe Utah at the Gallivan Center!
On Saturday, November 14 from 6PM to 10PM Breathe Utah will be celebrating 5 years of success! At this time Breathe Utah has reached 7000 students
Back on August 10th we held a community engagement event at our future R Street location in Sacramento. Neighbors and other community members were invited to meet with the design team and offer input and insight on what are the most important
Architectural Nexus Principals Charlie Downs and Kenner Kingston were interviewed by the Sacramento Business Journal about our plans for an adaptive reuse office project on R Street. The published article outlines some of the project goals such as net-zero energy and net-zero
P3 Utah, an organization that advances the “triple-bottom-line” of People, Planet, and Profit has recently launched a podcast series. In the very first feature of this new series P3 executive director Steve Klass interviewed Arch Nexus president Kenner Kingston and discussed some
The public-private partnership project Falcon Hill that is ongoing at Hill Air Force Base was featured recently in The Military Engineer. Please check out the excellent article here.