Most of the world is on month 5 of working from home the majority of the week. House fatigue—that nagging urge to teleport to another dimension just to get out of the home office that's taken over your living room, dining room, guest suite, kitchen island...—is a real thing. We've found a cure to the indoor blues by turning to our outdoor spaces. Front porch, back deck, fire escape, roof top—spending time working outdoors is the way to make the most of summer 2020.
As cities, towns, neighborhoods, and individuals adapt to the challenges of our time, everyone is subject to the same environment immediately outside the front door. This often means the inability to run an errand, walk the dog, exercise, or socialize responsibly due to a lack of, or overcrowding of, a suitably-sized accessible public space. In a time of crisis, the built environment might be far from the forefront of people’s everyday thoughts. However, we can look back at t
We welcomed Designer Sondra Rogal to our work family in June and are excited to have her on board! We put Sondra in the interview hot seat to learn more about how she came to RODE, how working from home is going, and what her dream design job would be... What drew you to the firm?
About 3 years ago, the School of Architecture at NC State curated a showcase of student, faculty, and alumni work to present for accreditation renewal. I volunteered to help pin up the alumni board