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The Architect’s Ultimate Responsibilities - Shaped by Health
Look around you. The built environment is full of design artifacts from the evolution of public health. As ideas of public health evolve, architects and planners thoughtfully design the way we live to keep us healthy with sanitary interventions like indoor plumbing to public ... More
With the stay-at-home order in place, many of us at Bailey Edward are walking around our cities and neighborhoods much more than usual. But while the circumstances have given us all more time to explore around our own homes, travelling to other neighborhoods isn’t as easy. So, if you’re getting sick of the views near you, why not travel ... More
From Bailey Edward’s offices to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Chancellor’s, the excitement of updating and preserving Altgeld Hall has elicited some creative renditions of the historic building. Check out some of our favorites below!
Champaign Branch Manager Kevin Schnebly has been assisting the Bailey Edward preservation ... More
We’ve come a long way from the days when our science teacher would roll in a TV to play a relevant episode of Bill Nye the Science Guy. But though the screens in the classroom have drastically changed in the last 60 years, the basics of designing a classroom around a screen haven’t changed too much. Just take a look at Dave Chapman’s Design ... More