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ARCH | NEXUS SAC , News: Arch|Nexus SAC Featured by SMUD

The spotlight is on Arch|Nexus SAC in the latest newsletter from nonprofit electric company SMUD. Describing the Arch|Nexus SAC location as “one of the most aggressively sustainable buildings in the world,” SMUD encourages other designs to follow suit in undertaking the Living Building Challenge.

To read the full article please click here.

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Thought Leadership: The Future of Homeless Services Article

The latest issue of the Salt Lake City Weekly has featured an article on the future of homeless services in the Salt Lake City area. Arch Nexus Principal Holli Adams, who led the programming efforts to transition to three new homeless service facilities is quoted. In the article, Holli outlines strategies to reduce violence and crime surrounding the shelters.

To read the full article at the Salt Lake City Weekly website, click here.

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ARCH | NEXUS SAC , News: Luna Cycles featured in CODA WORX

One of the more visible features of our Sacramento office building, Arch | Nexus SAC is the public art installation which doubles as a bike rack and triples as a public seating area. CODA WORX magazine (Collaboration of Design + Art) has recently published an article featuring this installation known as Luna Cycles. CODA’s mission is to raise awareness about environmental and social issues as well as develop community engagement and pride through the inclusion of public art.

The article highlights the unique challenges and opportunities of creating a public art piece for a Living Building. In the article, artist Jay Stargaard says “Living buildings are regenerative spaces that are designed to be self-sufficient, giving more than they take in water and energy resources. The bike rack sculpture communicates the unique values of the renovated building while encouraging community connection.”
To see the full article at CODA WORX click here.

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News: Arch Nexus AIP Winners

We are pleased to announce that Arch Nexus’ Charles Bagley and Robb Harrop have been honored with awards for their illustrations as part of the Architecture in Perspective (AIP) competition. AIP is a juried competition hosted by ASAI (American Society of Architectural Illustrators) that compiles the finest in contemporary architectural illustration, produced by accomplished artists from around the world. While individuals from Arch Nexus’ Visualization department have been honored with this award in the past, these achievements mark the first time that traditional works from our designers have been selected.

See their award-winning work below:

AIP, Architecture in Perspective, Charles Bagley,

Charles Bagley

 

AIP, Architecture in Perspective, Robb Harrop,

Robb Harrop

AIP, Architecture in Perspective, Robb Harrop,

Robb Harrop

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ARCH | NEXUS SAC , News: Arch|Nexus SAC Featured in Architectural Products

Arch|Nexus SAC was recently featured in Architectural Products magazine. The article focuses on the building’s sustainability features, including details about the plumbing engineering. The article can be read for free for the current month on Architectural Product’s website, pages 29-31.

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News: Huntsman Cancer Institute Expansion Opens

The Huntsman Cancer Institute cut the ribbon on the 225,000 square foot expansion today, opening the Primary Children’s and Families’ Cancer Research Center, which Jon Huntsman Jr. described as “pure hope.” This expansion will allow additional cancer research, primarily for pediatric cancers. “Thanks to this magnificent new facility, we will double the size of our cancer research program at Huntsman Cancer Institute. We will establish a world-class technology center to provide our researchers with the most innovative tools available in the fight against cancer.” Said HCI executive director Mary Beckerle at the dedication ceremony.

The ceremony was attended by many, including several of Arch Nexus’ architects who were responsible for the design, programming and construction management of the HCI expansion.

Arch Nexus has had the privilege of working with Huntsman Cancer Institute through each of the four phases of their inspirational facility over the past 15 years. One architect, Jeffrey Gardner, commented that “A facility of this magnitude takes intricate attention from each and every team member from design all the way through construction. We are honored to have had the opportunity to participate with so many amazing people that made up the multi-disciplinary team that has made this come to fruition. It’s not just about constructing a beautiful building… but constructing one that serves such an important and inspirational purpose that has made this such a special experience.”

For more on the HCI Expansion, please see:

http://www.sltrib.com/home/5422812-155/huntsman-cancer-institute-expansion-opens-at 
#expanding HCI

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Huntsman Cancer Institute, Ribbon Cutting,

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News: Arch Nexus Presenters at 2017 Living Future unConference

Arch Nexus’ Kenner Kingston, Patti Karapinar, and Jeff Davis recently presented at the 2017 Living Future unConference. Living Future is the forum for leading minds in the green building movement seeking solutions to the most daunting global issues of our time. This year’s three-day conference focused on the diverse layers of Genius and Courage.

Kenner, Patti and Jeff’s presentations included:

The (in)Convenience of Genius & Courage / This pragmatic and inspirational session provides candid insight about what it takes (mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually, and financially) to create a Living Building.

Getting to Net Positive Water Summit: Strategies for Policy for Cascadia and Beyond / A deeper look into resilient integrated water solutions, and an opportunity to come together to build on the work already completed and strategize ways to accelerate the adoption of Net Positive Water systems.

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News: Jeff Davis Article Published in Library Journal

Library Journal recently published Jeff Davis’ article on Net Zero Library Design. The article discusses sustainable design in libraries, including Arch Nexus’ experience with LEED and the Living Building Challenge.

To read the article, please visit:

http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2017/05/buildings/lbd/net-positive-library-design-2017/

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News: Wadman Branding and Environmental Graphics Project Comes to a Close

Wadman Corporation approached Arch Nexus to develop an environmental graphics and branding design identity for their newly remodeled office space, which is now completed. This was a unique opportunity for Arch Nexus to utilize our design abilities beyond traditional architecture through the collaboration between our architects, graphic designers, and the client to create spaces that showcase our holistic approach for integration of environmental graphic and branding elements into the architectural design.

Wanting to honor Wadman’s legacy while looking toward to a new chapter of company history, Arch Nexus found unique ways to incorporate past projects, corporate identity, and culture into the design. These ideas included photography of Wadman’s history and construction images used on the walls, window graphics incorporated images from construction documents from past projects, and a tactile sign in the main conference room which incorporates Wadman’s Logo with an image of their founder, Jay Wadman.

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ARCH | NEXUS SAC , News: Arch|Nexus SAC Receives LEED Platinum

We are excited to announce that our new Sacramento office has received version 4 LEED platinum certification! This is only the third building in the world to have achieved the highest level of LEED version 4 certification. To learn about the features and design strategies of Arch | Nexus SAC, please visit http://www.archnexus.com/arch-nexus-sac/

Arch|Nexus SAC, LEED Platinum,

Arch|Nexus SAC, LEED Platinum,

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