Articles

Published in Utah Construction and Design

In the most recent edition of Utah Construction and Design, Nathan shares some of the ways that The Lodge separates itself from traditional Skilled Nursing design. "Perhaps more than in any architectural typology, senior care environments tend to fall into an all-too-familiar pattern of unremarkable mimicry...

Optimized Solutions, Beautiful Spaces

We all appreciate beautiful photographs and computer-generated images of architecture. On occasion, these images may have too much influence on the architect selection process. Don’t get me wrong - I like to have great images of my work. Every building should be appealing driving or...

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Published in Medical Construction and Design Magazine

Check out the March/April Medical Construction and Design issue for a collaborative article written by Dr. Edward Quigley of University of Utah Health and Nathan Murray! This article expl0res the future of reading room design and technology, and how the new reading room for the...

Every Design Tells a Story

As humans, stories are one of our most powerful methods of communication. Our love of stories begins in childhood. Storytelling began in the ancient period—before the written language. Early people told stories by oral tradition or cave painting. And today, narratives are an essential part of...