Architectural Nexus is a people driven, employee-owned, architectural design firm focused on stewardship, inspiration and regeneration. We have offices in Salt Lake City, Utah and in Sacramento, California. Our Sacramento office is located in the Historic R Street community
Officials from the City of Sacramento recently gathered at Arch Nexus SAC, to announce an ordinance requiring new homes, low-rise apartment buildings and commercial structures to run entirely on electricity starting in 2023. The City Council approved the ordinance, aiming
The Sacramento City Council is poised to take a major step toward meeting its climate change goals when it votes Tuesday on an ordinance requiring new homes, low-rise apartment buildings and commercial structures to run entirely on electricity starting in 2023.
Mayor Darrell Steinberg
Architectural Nexus President, Kenner Kingston, was recently interviewed for the Wasatch Gazette that airs on Cumulus radio stations B98.7, KBER, KKAT, K-BULL and Power 94.9. Check out their conversation regarding the new Arch Nexus SLC building, right here.
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, commonly known as LEED, is an official recognition from the U.S. Green Building Council. It verifies that a project complies with the requirements prescribed within the LEED rating systems. Becoming LEED certified allows a building to
We love the latest cover story of Utah Construction and Design Magazine: Community Embodied A Library Grows In Kearns. Of the 35,00 square foot facility that was completed in 2020, UC&D Editor, Taylor Larsen writes;
The Kearns Library is unlike any
In 1935 the Sprague Library was named the “Most Beautiful Library Branch in America.” A Devastating flood in 2017 left the building badly in need of a revamp. Working together, Architectural Nexus and Margaret Sullivan Studio took on the task of maintaining
Architectural Nexus President, Kenner Kingston, is slated to appear on the ABC4/CW30 program IN FOCUS, at 7PM MST, Thursday, April 29th. Innovative Architecture is the topic of this episode. Kenner will discuss the Arch Nexus SLC Living Building project, which aims to
Architectural Nexus, one of the top 100 national green architecture firms, has taken the challenges presented by the Covid Pandemic and created an opportunity. While employees have been working remotely at Arch Nexus SLC, the firm’s headquarters has been undergoing a