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Birdwatching in Stowe: Local Publication Promotes Aviary Architecture

The Winter 2017 Stowe Guide features a profile of Rolf Kielman’s custom homes … for families with a slightly smaller footprint.

Library Spaces Offer Comfort in our Increasingly Digital World

UPDATE 3/14/17: Library at Hotel Jackson named one of 10 Best by USA Today. Tour this and other libraries from a range of our recent projects.

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...

Improving Your School – Part IV: Furniture

Incorporating flexible and reconfigurable furniture is a great way to improve the classroom and promote student-centered learning. In this post, we share some new approaches to classroom furniture...
Flexible Furniture

Digital Crayon: Flexible Furniture Design

In Article 2 we discussed key concepts to consider when designing flexible schools. Article 3 delved into key building technologies that help spaces adapt more easily to a wide...

Architecture + Design Film Series presents: Eames: The Architect and the Painter, Nov 12

The next film in the Architecture + Design film series is coming up next Tuesday, November 12 at 6pm.   This time, the focus is on Charles and Ray Eames,...

Hotel Vermont Attracting International Attention

We were pleased to see a wonderful review of the recently opened Hotel Vermont in this past weekend’s Montreal Gazette. The hotel is gaining national and international attention as...

Furnishings for Introverts Revealed at Neocon 2013

At NeoCon 2013 in Chicago last week, the contract furniture industry rolled out their latest products, and I noticed one major recurring theme: furnishings that create private spaces for individuals and small...

Capturing Vermont in Metal and Wood

You’ve heard us say that the interiors of the new Hotel Vermont will be all about Vermont, reveling in all its funky, earthy, independent spirit. This is true both...

Three Perfect Tables for the Home

Are you looking for the perfect table? In the Perspectives column of the latest issue of New England Home magazine, Kim Deetjen was asked to share her recommendations for...

Building on Human Nature

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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