There I was, sophomore year of high school looking at class options to take for the next year. AutoCAD and Interior Design….and so it started!
I consider myself very lucky for deciding so early how I wanted to spend the rest of my life. It was going to be designing spaces, changing people’s lives, finding solutions to the world’s problems, and creating innovative ideas.
The world of Architecture, Interior Design, and Engineering is such a part of your everyday life that you may not even realize how much attention goes into the details. I cross bridges every day, thankful that they are there, but not spending the time to think about HOW they actually work. It’s engineers who have the math, the knowledge, and the experience to keep our lives safe as we travel to our loved ones, to work, or wherever the roads may lead. Structures we are thankful for, design we appreciate. If mankind is going to make an impact on Mother Earth, let it enhance its surroundings while it serves a purpose.
Architecture and Engineering is taking on a new trend, lightening the impact they have on Mother Earth. Architects are incorporating sustainable design into building components, and using research to take advantage of the sun angles and seasons of the specific area the building is in.
Using an Architect and Interior Designer on your project will greatly enhance the way your building and spaces function and the way your employees work and interact. There is specific knowledge that goes into the details to help create a building and space that increases productivity and brand appearance. After all, the building and interior should be a reflection of you, or your business, because it is the first impression that your clients receive when they walk in your front door.
Closing the book for now,
Jessica L. Folmar
Hurst-Rosche Engineers, Inc.
Design Architects, Inc.