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Going Big

Going Big

Big Art at Warm Springs BART   BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) wanted to make a definitive architectural statement when they commissioned the Warm Springs Station. It may seemingly sit in the middle of a bean field, but that won’t be the case for long.  Right now, Warm Springs in Fremont is the end of […]


Big Art For Big Buildings

Big Art For Big Buildings

Public art was once limited to heroic bronzes that ceremoniously decorated the town square or filled up less trafficked corners of our public parks in “Where’s Waldo” like fashion. Not anymore. Public art is now a required component of many large-scale architectural projects and even part of simple urban renewal schemes and urban facelifts. Even […]


Creating Magic at Night

Creating Magic at Night

There is more that goes into creating great photographs of buildings than most people realize. Some of it happens before the shoot and much after the shutter is snapped.  Recently we were asked by the internationally recognized lighting designer, Paul Helms of Atlanta, to capture the work he did in conjunction with HOK on a […]