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March 11, 2019

It’s about that time. Time to stop accidentally writing 2018 and to embrace all that 2019 has to offer. One of our favorite developments is always the new style trends that emerge with a fresh new year. New design styles, colors, material expressions, and a world of fresh inspiration is everywhere. We would like to take a moment to breathe in the new design ideas along with predicting what is to come. Although no one can predict the future, we often look at reactions to past trends that might in...

February 14, 2019

October 25, 2018

As Hurricane Michael grew in its intensity and the apparent path became more defined, little doubt remained that our Panama City office would take a direct hit. Located on Harrison Avenue in downtown Panama City, the office was opened in 2014 and has grown to become an integral part of our presence in the area. While we knew that the storm would bring high winds and lots of rain, no one had any idea of the sheer devastation soon to be wrought on the area.

 (Above: A view of Harrison Avenue before...

October 23, 2018

DAG Architects is looking for an energetic and experienced Architect or Designer.

Join our growing design studio in the Tallahassee office. Our next team member will have excellent design, organization, communication, graphics, and visualization skills. This individual will be well versed in the design and documentation of commercial buildings of varied types. They will have experience in planning and programming, conceptual design, contract documents, and construction administration.

A candidate...

September 7, 2018

Color is subjective, meaning it is perceived differently depending on the individual, context, culture, lighting, and much more. The main disclaimer, none of this information is absolute! Information involving color and light will vary slightly in any given situation. However, these are general notes to help when using color and light in design.

1)    Color is subjective based on different cultures. 

Each culture celebrates, utilizes and avoids specific colors for subjective reasons...

June 21, 2018

As the world of performing arts continues to evolve, so does the inclusion of this element in K-12 schools across the country. Arts education in the K-12 setting brings not only entertainment to the school, but a thriving arts program also draws the curtain to a stage of transformative benefits for participating students and the local community. An arts education nurtures creativity, curiosity, and motivation. It allows for deep engagement with learning and shapes the way students understand the...

June 1, 2018

Life on the Gulf Coast is filled with days of emerald waters, white sands, warm weather, and bright sunshine. We know we have it pretty good here and it isn’t until June 1 every year that we start to think about the cost of this Sunshine State sublime: the possibility of a hurricane. After an incredibly active tropical season in 2017, we are preparing for a 2018 season that the Weather Company expects to include “12 named storms during the season, including five hurricanes and two major hurrican...

May 2, 2018

Local architects from the AIA Tallahassee Component partnering with The Florida Foundation for Architects are spending time with 5th-grade students as they introduce the field of architecture and the broad theme of design as a change-maker. This is the third consecutive year our component has participated in this program at DeSoto Trail Elementary. The volunteer architects seek to engage and inspire the K-12 community through inclusive and collaborative educational programs that make architectur...

January 16, 2018

Design competitions are a classic way for an organization that plans to construct a new building to attract architects to submit design proposals.  They can be open to anyone (students or professionals), can be paid or unpaid, domestic or international.  The winners can either receive monetary awards, exhibits, or (ideally) can see their designs actually built.  Competitions can provide opportunities to young or unknown architects to demonstrate their talents; a recent example is when Maya Lin,...

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