Library Spaces Offer Comfort in our Increasingly Digital World

Video may have killed the radio star, but books are here to stay. Take this tour of libraries and reading rooms from a range of our recent projects.
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A TruexCullins Coloring Book for 2017

Now you can own your own copy of our first-ever TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design Coloring Book, featuring 20 pages of stress-relieving designs.
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A Rolling Landscape Takes Shape at Hotel Vermont

The recently installed wood ceiling at Hotel Vermont is a sculptural interpretation of the Adirondack mountains. Our process combined artful creativity with digital modeling and fabrication.
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The Making of an Ice Shanty, Step Three: Construction

The TruexCullins Ice Ark was recently honored with a Merit Award by AIA New England. This is how we fabricated and assembled our fishing shanty for display at Shelburne Museum.
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17th Annual Roland Batten Lecture: Lessons From Detroit

Beverly Eichenlaub is this year’s guest for the Roland Batten Lecture Series. Beverly will be presenting: Lessons from Detroit: Architecture as an Agent of Change, Tues Oct 25th
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Join Us Thurs Oct 13 to Celebrate the Opening of the Downtown Transit Center

TruexCullins is pleased to host an evening reception and special exhibit chronicling the design history of this major civic project.
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Making a Makerspace

Schools today are turning to makerspaces to provide hands-on experiences that encourage students to design, invent, and build their own creations.
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Get Your Copy of Digital Crayon, Now in Print

The Digital Crayon Essays on School Design have been published as a softcover book, and we are giving away a free copy to the first 10 people who reach out.
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A Close Look at Vinyl: a Ubiquitous Material with a Questionable Future

Vinyl products are durable and low cost. But new research suggests the long term environmental and health effects may not be worth the risk.
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Entrepreneurial Startups are on the Rise

New business growth hit a 6-year high in 2016, and the DEN New Venture Incubator is one example that helped make that happen.
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