Latest Entries

“Slice” another unique design repurposing old doors

Nov 1, 2016

In it’s eighth year Adapt-A-Door continues to be a major fundraising event for Memphis Heritage, a non-profit organization focused on preserving the architectural heritage of Memphis.  This event challenges artists, architects and other designers to transform old doors into interesting and creative new uses.  Throughout our experience with Adapt-a-Door, brg3s continues to explore ways in which to […]

Meet Olivia Cary – ceramics, yoga and dogs

Jul 20, 2015

Olivia Cary joined brg3s in early 2015, having come to us from Upstate New York.  She had previously worked for three years in Buffalo, New York gaining new exposure and creating a diverse portfolio of projects, ranging from auto & hospitality to corporate & healthcare.  Throughout those years she developed a strong interest and solid […]

Meet Adam Stowe – triathlons and the Cubs

Jul 20, 2015

After graduating from the University of Arkansas (Cum Laude) in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in architecture, Adam Stowe went to work for a small architectural firm in the West Memphis area. He had interned with this firm for two summers and, upon completing his degree, was hired on full time.  His first project was […]

Erin Metelka awarded NCIDQ Certification

Jul 15, 2015

Erin Metelka has been certified by the Council for Interior Design Qualifications (CIDQ).   The NCIDQ certification is awarded to Interior Designers who have completed a minimum of six years of specialized education and experience and passed a rigorous three-part exam based on CIDQ’s independent, comprehensive analysis of the profession and the daily practice of […]

Truck Stop In the News!

Nov 7, 2013

Great article on our upcoming design project, the food truck mecca Truck Stop in the Commercial Appeal. Check it out! http://www.commercialappeal.com/news/2013/nov/06/midtown-eatery-would-blend-restaurant-food-and/?partner=popular

Architree

Oct 17, 2013

Several years ago AIA Memphis began working on a “family tree” of architects and architectural firms in Memphis.  We were interested in seeing how firms are “linked” to each other through architects who once worked in certain firms and then moved on to work in other firms.  We have since named the project “Architree.”  The […]

Chronicling Memphis’ modern architecture

Jul 10, 2012

Former principal of our firm, Martin Gorman, has once again collaborated with other Memphis architects to write a book chronicling much of the modern architecture of this city.  Here is an excerpt from the Commercial Appeal article highlighting their work. “Relatively few Modern houses bejewel Memphis’ conservative, traditional neighborhoods, but now there’s a photographic guide […]

Small steps in green design

Jun 21, 2012

Sometimes the simplest changes make the biggest difference. For example, after being in our new office for several months, we experienced the first round of burned out bulbs. What sounds like a mundane maintenance task quickly became a greater endeavor for two reasons. One, some of the bulbs were much higher off the ground than […]

CSI awards Hans Faulhaber regional commendation

Jun 7, 2012

For the second year in a row, Hans Faulhaber, AIA, CSI has been awarded a Construction Specifications Institute, Gulf States Regional Technical Commendation. The Technical Commendation is for authoring multiple outstanding articles and presentations in the field of Construction Management and Construction Documents during 2011 and 2012. These articles focus on the processes that are […]

  • http://brg3s.com/site/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/random_12.jpg