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$5,000 Signing Bonus: Design Professional Architect or Interior Designer
Stateline No. 7 Architects
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About Stateline No. 7 Architects
Stateline Architects core values include a belief that architecture should respond to its particular place and be a natural partner with the environment. Emphasis is placed on extending the design beyond the structure to carefully consider each project’s place, not only the immediate site context, but the greater urban fabric and connectivity. When designing within the urban landscape, the firm brings a level of commitment and accountability to their work, providing more than a glossy design. Integrating locally-sourced materials, vernacular design, and time-tested construction appropriate to the region, Stateline No 7 Architects extends the traditional boundaries of ethicality and provides contextual structures that endure, service their function admirably, and bolster the community’s investment. The firm’s designs evolve from an appreciation for pragmatic solutions within the honesty of modernism and remain reflective of the grittiness that persists on the high plains of Wyoming. An easy coexistence of industrial, raw, free-spirited, utilitarian and Western traditions are expressed with authentic material cladding combined with unwavering emphasis on form and function in simpl...e rendition. The signature of our work – in contrast to the age of prefabrication and automation - invokes the craftsmanship of the everyday tradesman; sustainability and energy conservation is achieved no-nonsensically; and client involvement for the duration of the project is essential. An unwavering emphasis on quality is mediated with a high degree of technical competence while immense pride in our work, professionalism, surprising uses of reclaimed materials, and an easy going manner guides our approach. The firm is deeply engaged in the community and the architecture profession. Firm culture actively encourages involvement of the staff in community architectural review committees, local boards, AIA Wyoming boards and committees, architectural speaking engagements, collaboration in architectural documentaries, hosting high school and other public tour groups, lectures, pro bono services, collaborating with higher educational entities for architectural research, participation in local community development forums and leading community charrettes. The firm has sponsored three participants who have graduated from Leadership Casper program. In addition, the firm principals and staff embrace continuing education and repeatedly attend numerous professional development programs to stay highly informed about recent developments within the architecture profession, ensuring well-rounded architects who are also effectual global citizens. The firm is regularly recognized in the media for their work in redeveloping structures and designing developments within the urban core of cities and towns across the region, including two documentaries that air on the public learning channel, over 40 articles featuring their projects, and several publications including their own recently published book. Stateline No. 7 Architects was awarded the Norman E. Nelson Preservation Achievement Award by the City of Rapid City, South Dakota, for historic preservation excellence in the rehabilitation of the 1886 Windsor Block Loft project, which marked the firm’s first historic rehabilitation project. The firm is also just one of seven recognized by the Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office as qualified for historic preservation consultation and collaborates continually with the Alliance for Historic Wyoming and the Wyoming Business Council’s Main Street Program to promote urban core rehabilitation and preservation efforts around the state. And the firm has been recognized with design excellence awards at both the state and regional level as well as two projects being published in world-wide circulating magazine where one of the projects was also nominated for their "building of the year" award!
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