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NO OTHER PETUNIA FOR ME

NO OTHER PETUNIA FOR ME

An ode to our beloved office dog Our favorite OD, you are so sweet Where would we be with out our Petunia to greet?  You wag and you bark, and beg for treats  And all day long you are so sweet  You shower us with tricks galore And give us a break from the day-to-day..
One Down, Five to Go

One Down, Five to Go

      Reposted from AIA New Mexico Emerging Professionals Bolg May 11, 2018  By: Steven Mattern, Associate AIA, CDT, Studio Southwest Architects After having completed my first ARE 5.0 exam, I’m relieved to have passed and ready to approach the remaining tests with new hope and insight. For those of you who’ll soon be..
Balancing Life and Licensure

Balancing Life and Licensure

Becoming a licensed architect is no small feat. Neither is being a parent. When you combine the two it can seem like your professional goals are unachievable; falling so easily to the background. Finding the right study tool can be just the thing that helps tip the scale in favor of professional licensure. Recently one..
Studio SW hires Donna Marion

Studio SW hires Donna Marion

Studio Southwest Architects has hired Donna Marion as an Intern Architect III. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Donna is a LEED AP BD+C and is pursuing her architectural license. Donna sees architecture as the balance of tension between technical needs and design possibilities; one that has the unique ability to benefit the common..
Studio Southwest Names 2 New Principals

Studio Southwest Names 2 New Principals

March 29, 2017 Studio Southwest Architects has expanded their Principal staff with the promotion of Jeremy N. Dreskin, AIA and Elena Agustin, AIA. Jeremy Dreskin, with Studio SW since 2003, focuses on the design and planning of commercial, adaptive-reuse, educational, and healthcare projects. His experience reaches across the state and into Arizona. Notable projects include the..