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three developments shown taken at dusk, purple sky and the brick/blue/tans of the homes.
three developments shown taken at dusk, purple sky and the brick/blue/tans of the homes.

BSB Design Takes Home Two Awards at Sacramento MAME Awards

The North State Building Industry Association’s MAME 42 awards ceremony was held on September 15. BSB’s Sacramento office entered The Creamery at Alkali Flat, developed and built by BlackPine Communities and designed by the Sacramento office of BSB took home awards for the Best Architectural Design Under 2,000 sq. ft. and Best Architectural Series. For a…

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view of hurricane from space, swirl clouds are formed into two circles
view of hurricane from space, swirl clouds are formed into two circles

Architects’ Role in Hurricane Relief

When disaster strikes, you may wonder how you can help…big, small, near or far. This is how many unaffected Texas residents – and others around the country –  are feeling after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston and surrounding areas on August 26. After about 50 inches of rain and 117 hours of landfall, it has come…

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Drumroll, Please…

Celebrating our 50th anniversary last year reminded us that staying new, fresh and current as a firm is essential. Building on our strong foundation and continually remaking our firm to reflect the times in which we live has led us to growth and success. The BSB Design of the future needs a visual brand that is…

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Team Beta

In the last few weeks, we showcased the third and second place winners of BSB Design’s company-wide Plan Duel competition. Third place winner, Breakthrough Solutions by Innovation (BSBI), focused on the innovators themselves, while the runner-up, The Kool-Aid Kids, focused on the idea of strictly an innovative workspace to stimulate growth and ideas. Team Beta,…

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The Kool-Aid Kids

If you were inspired by the design solution that earned third place in BSB Design’s Plan Duel Innovation Lab design competition, you’ll love our next entry. The honor of second place went to the Kool-Aid Kids – a team that leveraged BSB’s national talent pool with team members from Tampa (Ed Binkley and Turner Binkley), Denver (Josh Nieland)…

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