New Atlanta Office Designed to Foster Collaboration and Innovation

Posted by on Aug 10, 2017 in architecture, super fun stuff | No Comments
New Atlanta Office Designed to Foster Collaboration and Innovation

We are excited to announce the completion of the new EYP/Stanley Beaman & Sears’ Atlanta office. During an afternoon stroll down Peachtree Street we spotted the space as we gazed into the lobby of the historic Equitable Building, a mid-century tower built in the 1960’s and a prominent site on the Atlanta skyline. The mezzanine […]

Architecture Firm Stanley Beaman & Sears Joins Forces with National Design Firm EYP

Posted by on Dec 15, 2016 in architecture, culture, Publications | No Comments
Architecture Firm Stanley Beaman & Sears Joins Forces with National Design Firm EYP

Stanley Beaman & Sears, an Atlanta-based architecture, interior and graphic design firm, has finalized its partnership with EYP Inc., a national leader in sustainability and comprehensive high-performance design for healthcare, higher education, government, and science and technology clients.  The union will complement Stanley Beaman & Sears’ award-winning design in healthcare and higher education—as well as […]

How Environmental Graphic Design Can Help Reinforce an Atmosphere of Wellness

How Environmental Graphic Design Can Help Reinforce an Atmosphere of Wellness

by Brandon Allen Source: Stanley Beaman & Sears – Emory Winship Cancer Research Institute; Photography by Gary Knight Contrary to the name, Environmental Graphic Design (EGD or Experiential Graphic Design) refers to graphic design as part of creating the built environment, not to the natural environment. Environmental Graphic Design is a design profession that merges interior […]

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Jacksonville Ribbon Cutting

Posted by on Oct 7, 2016 in architecture, health and wellness, healthcare | No Comments
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Jacksonville Ribbon Cutting

by Don Glitsis Ronald McDonald and Mary Virginia Terry cutting the ceremonial ribbon. Image Source: Ronald McDonald House Charities of Jacksonville, Inc. Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) of Jacksonville celebrated the grand opening of it’s newly renovated and expanded Ronald McDonald House on September 21st, 2016. Many families, friends and supporters attended the ribbon cutting ceremonies, and […]

Life in the Bay Area

Posted by on Sep 19, 2016 in architecture, culture, culture, education, travel | 2 Comments
Life in the Bay Area

Written by Adam Bugele A.B. – Sightseeing my first weekend in the Bay Area INTRODUCTION Within a matter of hours my life completely changed on January 3, 2014. Christmas break with my girlfriend (now wife) and family outside of St. Louis, Missouri was swapped that day for a plane ride to San Francisco, California, and a […]

Korea Travels: Part 2 – Welcome to My Second Home

Korea Travels: Part 2 – Welcome to My Second Home

Korea Travels: Part 2 – Welcome to My Second Home In addition to seeing two of my friends begin their new married lives, I was able to spend time with family, friends, and explore Korea. Welcome to My Second Home! Most cities in Korea are vertically developed cities due to the limitation of its size. Traveling from America, where there […]

3D PRINTING & SUSTAINABILITY

3D PRINTING & SUSTAINABILITY

Personally, I am fascinated with innovations that 3D Printing has brought to our lives. Every day we can find new ideas, like printing delicious pieces of chocolate, built structures like Michael Hansmeyer’s grotto, and low-cost prosthetic limbs for humans and animals. The possibilities of building and construction are now endless. 3D printing (3DP) has opened […]

Sense of Atmosphere in Behavioral Health Treatment Malls

Posted by on Feb 26, 2016 in architecture, healthcare, interior design | No Comments
Sense of Atmosphere in Behavioral Health Treatment Malls

It should come as no surprise that the built environment has a vital impact on the human psyche.  In healthcare projects, we place a great deal of importance on the effects surroundings can have on the well-being of the patient, both mentally and physically.  Access to natural light can influence length of stays and various […]

The Art of Designing Hospitals for Children

Posted by on Feb 11, 2016 in architecture, healthcare, interior design | No Comments
The Art of Designing Hospitals for Children

Facility needs to seem nonthreatening while providing higher levels of care By Julie Bird from FierceHealthcare The dual goals of designing pediatric hospitals that signal permanence and confidence, yet also seem non-institutional and playful are “in many ways at cross-purposes,” an executive at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia told Hospitals & Health Networks. The article talks to hospital […]

How I saw Paris, and the theory of the derive

Posted by on Nov 24, 2015 in architecture, art, super fun stuff, travel, uncategorized | No Comments
How I saw Paris, and the theory of the derive

Essay by Rebecca Karlowicz (née Brannen) Images by Rebecca Brannen and Brian Karlowicz (circa 1999, 2000) The piece below was originally written in November of 1999 and edited in November 2015. Like many Georgia Tech Architecture students before me, I spent my senior year studying in Paris at UP6 La Villette. I had the privilege […]