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Arkos Design to Present at Michigan Horticultural Therapy Conference!

Darla Aldred will be presenting at this year's 39th Annual Conference

March 9, 2018, Michigan State University

Exciting News about Corby Hall, Notre Dame

Currently Arkos Design is working with the University of Notre Dame to reconstruct the historic Corby Hall on campus.  This article by the University recognizes the generous donors who make prestigious projects such as this possible.


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Plants and Architecture- Biophilia

Check out this article!  It highlights beautiful photography of plants that have inspired architecture.

 Nature is amazing!

Notre Dame's Walsh Hall...Better than New!

The Importance of Maintaining Historical Integrity in a Residence Hall Renovation

Arkos Design worked closely with student affairs and Walsh Hall staff to design modern upgrades and repairs while maintaining the historical integrity of the building.  Notre Dame embraces the unique character of its many historic residence halls, and has found that most students and alumni prefer renovated facilities over new construction.  A recent article was released sharing why residents are so excited to move back into their newly renovated living space. Read hereā€¦

Leading Age Indiana Conference

In May we had the honor presenting at the Leading Age Indiana Conference & Trade Show.  Arkos Design Team Darla Aldred, Landscape Architect, PLA, LEED AP, along with our President Jeff Anglemyer, Architect, AIA, spoke on...

Achieving Therapeutic Benefits from Outdoor Spaces


 enriching lives through purposeful and innovative design