Posts by Matt Bushey:

Using Imagery, Narrative and Graphics to Start Off Right

Starting a project requires focus, organization, and creative thinking. This is how we lay the groundwork for a strong concept design.

A Recommendation for your Summer Reading List

What makes architecture beautiful? The answer lies within the pages of this book, just in time for summer.

Construction Update: Burlington Downtown Transit Center

After many years of study, planning and design, construction on the Downtown Transit Center is making great progress. Learn more about the status of Burlington's future transit hub.
Saint Michael’s College

Construction Update: Saint Michael’s College Residence Hall

Students at St. Michael's College will soon have a new modern, green building to call home. Construction on the 3-story building is progressing rapidly.

Rebuilding the King Street Center, brick by brick

What started as a crazy idea ended up as a touching tribute. Here's how we acquired 57,000 LEGOs and assembled custom building kits of the King Street Center.

It’s Good to Share: the Rise of the Non-Territorial Workplace

In the non-territorial office, every space is shared. We applied this concept to the new workspace for a business advisory firm in NH, and the results are now in.

The Newest Restaurant in Bangor Maine Honors the Story of the Lumber Industry

Firmly tied to its location, Timber Kitchen and Bar tells the story of the lumber trade that sustained this northern Maine town since the 1800s.

Architecture Ghost Stories from the Not-so-Distant Past

Afraid of things that go bump in the night? For this Halloween week, we take a look at the mysterious, haunted projects of TruexCullins.

A Papal Throwback Thursday: St Paul’s Cathedral Rises from the Ashes

As America prepares for the visit by Pope Francis next week, we look back at the story of Burlington’s own St. Paul’s Cathedral, a modern landmark that replaced a...

Innovation at Work: The Personality Project, Part 3

You’ve read about our study of personality traits and workplace design, and the factors we included in our investigation. Now, we share the results. Part 3: The Results Are...

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The Truexcullins Blog is a platform for insights and opinions from the design leaders of Truexcullins. Join us as we explore topics related to design innovation, environmental sustainability, and building on human nature.

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