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03 04 19:  We just received an AIA Triangle Merit Award for Church on Morgan!

04 14 19:  We just swept the housing awards at the AIA South Atlantic Regional Design Awards, receiving three Honor Awards for the Corbett Residence, the Ocotea Renovation, and The Ten at South Person!

04 25 19:  Erin and Matt served on two-days of fifth-year juries at Mississippi State University.

06 10 19:  The NCMA Museum Park Visitor Center is out for bids!

06 21 19:  We are kicking off a monthly event at our office called Friday Morning Serial. Our first guest speaker is Dr. Adam Terando.  Please join us!

09 26 19:  Matt will be delivering a keynote talk at the 2019 AIA Iowa Convention!

10 11 19:  We just received an AIA NC 2019 Merit Award for the Kimball Residence, and Erin was awarded the 2019 AIA NC William H. Deitrick Service Medal!

10 18 19:  We are having our fourth Friday Morning Serial.  This month's speaker is photographer Art Howard.  Please join us!

10 26 19: The Kimball Residence and Stimmel Residence will be on this year's AIA Triangle Tour of Residential Architecture. Get your tickets here.

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October 2019

Happy Halloween from in situ studio!  It’s been an exciting month, including an office run in the Day of the Dead 5K where in situan Vince got 10th place overall! Way to go Calabro!

 

Website Updates

We’ve updated our works page with three new projects - the Kimball Residence, the Stimmel Residence, and the Yamato Philbeck Residence. New photos by Keith Isaacs really capture the spaces well. Thanks to our amazing clients for the chance to work on these unique houses and to John Sanders and Bob Aiello for their work building the projects!

 

Friday Morning Serial

The next Friday Morning Serial, featuring Maggie Kane, is scheduled for 10 22 19, at 8:00am, in our office! For those of you who don’t already know, Maggie is the founder of A Place at the Table, the first pay-what-you-can cafe in downtown Raleigh. Maggie has a heart to serve, a desire to always be inclusive, and a passion for loving people. Through her work with people on the streets, she realized the power of community, the importance of dignity, and the beauty in bringing people together over incredible food. Come out to hear her tell her story, and as always enjoy a bowl of cereal and a cup of coffee on us! RSVP.

 

Readings on Race

On November 21st, Readings on Race will meet at 101 S Wilmington St. at 7:00pm to discuss The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander. In exposing the statistics and practices behind mass incarceration, police brutality, and racial profiling, this powerful book reveals the transformed and rebranded institutional racism behind the Jim Crow laws of the 19th and early 20th century that persists to this day. So & So Books has offered the book at a 20% discount for the event. Call ahead and reserve your copy today!

AIA NC Awards

The 2019 AIA North Carolina Design Awards were presented in Wilmington this year. Our entire office took the day off, drove to the coast, ate at Flaming Amy’s Bowl, squeezed in a few frames of bowling, played glow-in-the-dark putt putt, attended the awards reception, grabbed a burger at PT’s Grille, and made it back in time for a good night’s sleep. We were honored to receive a Residential Merit Award for the Kimball Residence. And, in the biggest news of the night, Erin was awarded the William H. Deitrick Service Medal. Congrats to all the winners!

 

Walter Magazine

We were honored to have the Trull Residence grace the cover of Walter in last month’s Home & Garden issue! The story, written by Michael Welton, focuses on our collaboration with our very thoughtful clients. And, Keith Isaacs’ photos are wonderful in print. Thanks to Walter for featuring our work!

 

Book of the Month

For the November Book of the Month we’ve selected The Invention of Nature: Alexander Von Humboldt’s New World by Andrea Wulf. Humboldt has more plantsanimals, and places named after him than any other person, but is often forgotten to history. This book chronicles the life of the Prussian polymath, author, and explorer who developed a holistic idea of nature, linking various scientific fields and making substantial contributions to physical geography and meteorology. His work influenced many scientists and naturalists including Charles Darwin and John Muir.

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