Representatives of Detroit-based architectural firms share information on the best design practices on for your project and how to engage professional services to make your space the place that you love to come to work and welcome your customers.
Choosing a location, signing a lease and then designing and building your brick-and-mortar business is a gargantuan task, and can sometimes feel overwhelming. We’ve assembled an expert panel of Detroit professionals to help navigate the process and answer your questions.
This Earth Day, we’re sharing a case study blog post by SpaceLab’s architects Centric Design Studio. Most of us spend over one-third of our lives inside office buildings. This makes the design of buildings and office space very important to our environment and our health. The ways in which we use energy, and our choices of materials and processes, are the most effective way to reduce fossil fuel emissions and contaminants released from materials and processes.
Izzie, LLC’s corporate culture is to leave people, places and things better than they found them, and the company’s Strategic Beautification Program addresses the pervasive litter and blight that plagues our region.
With their new office at SpaceLab Detroit, Fieldstone Architecture & Engineering now has six offices in Michigan, Minnesota and Florida. The company focuses on Residential & Golf Communities, Commercial, Clubhouse & Amenity, and Luxury Custom Homes.
Credit solutions, not credit repair. Credit IQ offers both business and personal credit solutions. Credit IQ’s business credit solutions allow them to get the business owner and their business capital ready.
So, our attention to detail, our timeliness, and the communication has been the most rewarding. I would say probably the utmost is, “Thank you for helping us sell our property in five days for over $3 million.”
Seann Lewis has opened a satellite office at SpaceLab Detroit. He brings his company’s expertise in information technology and drone services for construction and real estate projects.
Bryan Cook, NOMA, AIA, is director of Berardi+Detroit and president of NOMA Detroit. SpaceLab spoke with him about architecture and running a firm.
I decided to fund a scholarship at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor that would recognize engineering students who embodied my parents’ values of determination in the face of adversity, faith, hard work, and education.