The construction of our “Flats on Savin” project is really starting to take shape. The Hush-Frame rafts have all been installed with a layer of 7/8” wood strapping. Insulation will soon be in place and the final layer of the system, drywall, will follow. One of the most important aspects of the installation has been the ‘buy-in’ of the G.C.’s sub-contractors. All of the rough electrical, fire alarm, HVAC must be isolated from the studs. This isolation prevents any tran
GE hosted a “Lighting Design Competition” to crowdsource ideas and drive innovation to tackle industry problems Entrants were eligible to win cash as well as internships and future collaboration opportunities. We tapped RODE Architect’s own Katie Cressall to participate, as well as to share her approach and ideas developed for the competition. Here’s her take on the challenge and proposed solution: “The challenge was to design a new office lighting typology using cutting edge
It all goes back to Leazar Hall for Eric Robinson and Kevin Deabler. It was there that the friends-turned-business-partners met on their first day of class at NC State. And more than 20 years later, the pair continues to work side by side, leaving their imprint on Boston neighborhoods at RODE Architects, the firm they founded in 2005.
“We’re raising our families in these neighborhoods that we’re actually doing this work in,” Deabler said in a recent talk the two gave on ca
Our inaugural post for our new blog series that highlights our fabulous team kicks off with a little one-on-one time with RODE’s very first full-time employee: Ben Wan. 1. How long have you been at RODE?
7 years in June – the transformation of the studio over the years has been incredible and exciting to watch. 2. What attracted you to RODE? My first exposure to RODE Architects was through our principal and owner here: Eric Robinson, who I was lucky enough to have as a profe