Impressing judges with its approach to net-positive environmental effects, Arch|Nexus SAC was noted to have been “the most experimental and the most well-documented project.” It has already received LEED V4 Platinum Certification and aims to be the first fully certified Living Building
Arch Nexus associate, Travis Maughan, recently helped coordinate a food design event hosted at the Salt Lake City Public Library. Healthcare organizations from around the valley built six different sculptures out of bagged, canned and boxed food – that will be donated
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
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
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
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
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.
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.