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December 14, 2016, by Greg Lewis

How Virtual Reality is Changing Our Design Communication

Virtual Reality, or VR as it’s commonly called, is becoming the new “it” thing for the future of interactive media. It’s finding its way to the architectural mainstream by quickly branching out of video gaming and into the hands of designers like me. By seeing our spaces in ways that weren’t possible a few years […]

November 2, 2015, by Vern Hendrickson

BIM, technology and trailblazing: What I do here at SHP

Is detail 7/A530 invaluable?  Can a 3d Isometric View be used to replace those three 2d-details? Have you thought of using Fuzor or a 3d printed model to communicate with your client? These are just a few of the questions I get to ask on a daily basis as SHP’s BIM Manager.  Driving efficiency and […]

June 24, 2015, by admin

Technology in Design: 3D Printing at SHP

The following is a guest blog written by an SHP architecture co-op, Joshua Walker. As a current architecture student, I am most impressed with SHP’s focus on using the latest in technology to provide greater client value. The firm understands that constant learning and development can only enhance the design process and provide greater project […]

January 22, 2015, by Jenny Gallow

Designing a Modern Space for a Traditional Building

One of the most rewarding aspects of space design is solving the unique challenges each project presents. Since no two projects are exactly alike, every design must deliver unique solutions that address the specific project’s parameters. This is especially true when designing a modern space in a traditional building, as was the case when establishing […]

November 25, 2013, by Amy Cattrell

SHP Attends Dedication and Celebration of Dayton Regional STEM School

On Thursday, November 21st, 2013, the Dayton Regional STEM School hosted a new building dedication ceremony in conjunction with a 5-year anniversary of the school’s opening.  The public school, located in Kettering, Ohio, serves grades 6-12 with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.  While the Dayton Regional STEM School is one of 12 […]

October 17, 2013, by Charlie Jahnigen

2013 – Five Lessons Learned

As Black Friday and Holiday Season is upon us, I want to take a step back and look at 2013. If I don’t do it now, the year will be over, so bear with me. The following points summarize my observations of the past year. 1. Time flies when you are having fun. Holy cow, […]

September 4, 2013, by admin

ISTE 2013 – Retooling Education

I was very fortunate recently in being able to attend the ISTE conference in San Antonio, TX.  ISTE is the International Society for Technology in Education and has members that are teachers, school district technology directors, administrators, librarians, and even some students.  ISTE is more importantly a collection of educators that advocate, implement, and innovate […]

August 20, 2013, by Jenny Gallow

A Library That Blurs The Lines Between Work, Home & Play

The dramatic changes in technology over the past few decades has greatly impacted the way we design spaces – and that rate of change continues to increase year to year (month to month, day to day??!!). Some of my co-worked have blogged about how tablets and BYOD (bring your own device) have impacted the design […]

August 7, 2013, by Charlie Jahnigen

The Ever-Changing World Of Classroom Technology

A few weeks ago I wrote about 21st century learning environment “jargon”  being used in the marketplace. Obviously those terms go hand in hand with classroom technology. With school starting back soon, it’s interesting to see technology changes being implemented into the classroom. One of the popular changes is one-to-one or mobile technology as a […]