Happy Thanksgiving from in situ studio!
We are so thankful for your support over the last year. Our one-year birthday celebration was a blast! We were thrilled to see so many of our clients, collaborators, colleagues, and friends at the event. With several new projects in the works, and a few potential projects on the horizon, we're working hard and feeling good about the year ahead! Happy to be in the midst of deadlines and the holidays, we wanted to send out a quick newsletter, saving a complete update until December.
Also, Nicole has been working on a thesis for her business degree that focuses on her internship at in situ studio. Please help her out by responding to a questionnaire pertaining to our firm's online presence. Be honest - constructive criticism would be of great value, and we have thick skin!
As always, thank you for your continuing support!
Working in Our Community
A big thanks to the Raleigh City Farm crew and collaborators Joanna Lelekacs, Tipton Fowlkes, Andy Petesch, and Ryan Finch for a successful, first on-site charrette earlier this month. We're off to a strong start! Also, Raleigh City Farm is hosting their first annual food truck fundraiser this Saturday. We hope to see you there!
We have had two opportunities to present ourselves to the community in the past month. We spoke alongside Matt Tomasulo of CityFabric at the first Raleigh Design Mixer, hosted by the Raleigh AIGA and NCSU's Design Council at the newly opened The Raleigh Forum. We were also honored to be elected by the student community at the NCSU School of Architecture to speak on the Local Practices Panel for the AIA Triangle and NCSU School of Architecture Joint Lecture Series. Speaking about how we work really helps us define our goals as a firm. These talks have newly invigorated us!
Please contact us if there is anyway we can help you.
in situ studio
919 397 3949