The National Comedy Center, which opened in Jamestown, New York in 2018, is home to the country’s foremost archive of the history and art form of comedy. The groundbreaking museum is housed, in part, in a remarkable historic building—the Jamestown Gateway Station. Built between 1930 and 1932, the station featured Hope’s custom steel windows as […]
As light at the end of the 2020 tunnel finally comes into view, few businesses have escaped new challenges they did not see coming. From a variety of directions, it seemed as if unprecedented events either popped up or cascaded down on a weekly basis. For commercial construction builder Chris Tilton of Pooler, Georgia’s Dewitt […]
Sustainability is not simply about the 3 R’s: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, but also about human sustainability. A workplace that supports occupant comfort and human well-being allows employees to do their best work. This holistic sustainability can be achieved by incorporating environmental and human-centric elements, creating a truly sustainable workplace and a win-win scenario for the […]
Boston, known for its dense saturation of academic institutions and leading sports teams, possesses an ironic gap within its metro-suburban landscape—that of a professional grade practice facility. Enter the sports ecosystem, a mixed-use concept where community and consumer value chain are new business partners.
Located in the District Wharf area of Washington DC, The Grill marked one of the first //3877-designed restaurants to open in early 2020. A contemporary, upscale American eatery spanning 5,400 square feet, the project was a collaboration between //3877, a multi-disciplinary firm that focuses on single-family, multiple-unit residential, commercial, restaurant and hospitality projects, and KNEAD […]