Waldon Studio Architects is pleased to announce that our Bay Area Community Church Chapel Addition in Annapolis, Maryland has received multiple design awards.
Waldon Studio Architects is pleased to announce that Christa Kerrigan, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, NCARB has officially been promoted to Director of Business Development.
Waldon Studio Architects designed three venues to support the 2014 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships at Adventure Sports Center International Complex (ASCI) in McHenry, Maryland. • A new amphitheater seats more than 1000 people and uses materials that minimize maintenance and embrace a natural stone aesthetic. • The pavilion design concept is reminiscent of traditional […]
By Ben Scarbro Marketed as a way to discover how to effectively and meaningfully connect with today’s Millennial Generation, the 2013 Alignment Conference promised to unveil better ways to align a church’s culture, leadership, ministry and facilities with this dynamic generation. What is a Millennial, what characteristics define this group, and how can we—as designers […]
Selecting the right delivery method for your church building project upfront will make the whole process go smoother and save you money. In 2013, Ravi Waldon and Michael Janaskie presented at the WFX 2013 conference. Their session provided a method for organizing each project. Below is a video, and abbreviated version, of Understanding Your Options […]
Selecting the right delivery method for your church building project upfront will make the whole process go more smoothly and save you money! Our very own Ravi Waldon will be leading a presentation at next month’s WFX in Dallas, TX on this topic and our team couldn’t be more excited. Enjoy a little preview of […]
Waldon Studio Architects & Planners Named 11th Largest Baltimore-Area Architecture Firm by Baltimore Business Journal
The Baltimore Business Journal lists Waldon Studio Architects & Planners (WSA) as the 11th Largest Architecture Firm in the Baltimore Area, a jump of 9 spots from WSA’s 2012 listing as the 20th largest firm. The 2013 rankings are based on total architectural billings from Baltimore-area offices in 2012. More than a 100 firms were […]
The design team at Waldon Studio Architects & Planners (WSA) welcomes Michael Janaskie, AIA, NCARB, LEED GA, CCC as our newest Vice President. Mr. Janaskie, already a well-respected architect in the Charleston area, will be responsible for establishing and managing the firm’s Charleston, South Carolina regional office. Janaskie is recognized for his service to office […]
We have all heard that the only constant in life is change, and how true is that in the world of design? We’re constantly looking for the next big design trend and 2013 is just around the corner. Here is an idea of what lies ahead for interiors: Colors: Neutrals are making a comeback with […]
Whew! Between the derecho storm that blew through our area and record heat that we haven’t seen except three times since 1871, can someone please pass the ice cubes?! Actually, while I was blessed to not suffer loss of power personally, it is a stark reminder of our need to build green. I was walking […]
The AIA convention was in DC just last month and the whole office was able to attend. The convention is always both inspiring and humbling for me. I am very proud of the profession of architecture. It has such lofty ideals and it is uplifting to be a part of a profession that, at its […]
I went to the Exponential Conference in Orlando last month, April 24-25. This meeting of over 5000 church planters was very inspiring to me spiritually. It was eye opening to see the passion that so many have for God’s Kingdom and to better understand the struggles of starting up a church. Actually, there are a […]
As we all know, corn is used in the production of many edible products such as corn meal, corn starch and high fructose corn syrup, but did you know that it is also used in many non-food items? Our Mohawk carpet rep came by the office a couple weeks ago and presented a carpet made […]
Our logo is a picture into the heart of who I am as an architect and who we are as a firm. Comprised of 45 and 30/60 degree triangles, it represents the tools of an architect. The triangles are formed into a square. Squares are a common theme with architects throughout history. The white wedge between the red […]