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June 09, 2011
It all starts with a thing. it could be an object, such as a book or a piece of clothing. It could be a sound, such as a voice recording or a music track. Each has a story to tell. The depth at which that story is communicated to the masses differs depending on several factors, including the medium. Museums, theme parks, and even corporations struggle with storytelling, which can be imperative to their success. Link: http://www.proavmagazine.com/design/its-still-rock-and-roll-to-me.aspx
Author: Raymond kent
June 08, 2011
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's first redesign in its 15-year history is nearly complete and includes several vibrant new exhibit spaces, state-of-the-art interactive technology and lighting, improved way-finding and hundreds of new artifacts, including the most comprehensive collection of Beatles' items; a number of which are on display to the public for the first time.
"The Rock Hall's extensive redesign includes the most comprehensive,...
April 12, 2011
Everywhere you look, public funding for the arts is in danger, from federal funding for the National Endowment for the Arts to state governments to cash-strapped school districts slashing pay for arts teachers.
But the current peril of public arts funding is no longer just a regrettable casualty of having to balance tight budgets. It's erupted into a fundamental ideological fissure in America. Sarah Palin flatly states governments should not be in the...
Author: John Moore
March 24, 2011
LONE TREE – Anticipation and interest continue to grow in the South Metro Denver area as construction progresses on one of the most important publicly-financed additions to the Colorado performing arts community since the 2005 opening of the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in downtown Denver. Just west of the I-25/ Lincoln Avenue interchange, the City of Lone Tree is about to unveil the $23 million Lone Tree Arts Center.
Opening this August, the new...
Author: Chris Wiger, Director of Marketing and Public Relations, Lone Tree Arts Center
February 06, 2011
February 3, 2011 - Grand Junction, CO
GSA Administrator, Martha Johnson, participated in a round-table discussion about the national impact of the Wayne Aspinall Federal Building modernization with local business leaders and WRL Design Principals, Paul E Westlake Jr., FAIA and Roger Chang, PE.
The 1918 building is being modernized to be the first major net zero energy building on the National Register of Historic Places. The modernization is featured on gsa.gov...
Author: Roger Chang
December 28, 2010
Westlake Reed Leskosky has been honored by Building Design and Construction as #41 on their 34th annual 300 Giants list. WRL ranked in the following sub-categories:
-LEED AP Report: #151
-Commercial Report: #118
-Cultural Projects Report: #26
-BIM Report: #144
-Government Report: #71
-Green Report: #67
-Healthcare Report: #78
-Office Report: #70
-Reconstruction Report: #137