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Chip Coleman, Senior Project Architect

Arkos Design Welcomes Senior Project Architect

Arkos Design, a full-service architectural design firm in Mishawaka, Indiana, is pleased to announce the addition of William (Chip) Coleman, Jr. as Senior Project Architect. With over 40 years of experience in the architecture industry, Coleman brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the team at Arkos Design. Coleman began

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Q & A with Philip DeAngelis, LEED Accredited Professional

For today’s blog, we sat down with Philip DeAngelis, Architect and LEED Accredited Professional, to hear his thoughts on sustainability in design and get to know him better. Philip is involved in all phases of project development, from conceptual design to construction administration. As a project manager, he manages project schedules

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Blog – Q & A with Darla Aldred

We recently sat down with Darla Aldred, PLA, one of our Principals and a LEED Accredited Professional, to learn more both about her and her take on LEED. As a Firm Principal, Darla manages all landscape architectural aspects of Arkos Design’s projects. By integrating this discipline into each project, Darla ensures

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Maria Gonzalez earned her Bachelor of Architecture in 2018 from Universidad José Antonio Páez, Venezuela, and brings several years of experience from her work in Venezuela and the Midwest, including projects for Culver Academies and South Bend Schools. Maria says, “Why I have chosen this beautiful profession comes from the desire

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Arkos Design Welcomes New Architectural Graduate

Christian Ramos is a former intern of Arkos Design and graduated with her Master of Architecture in 2020 from Andrews University in Berrien Springs, MI. When asked what has been most important to her about the work she does as a new Architectural Graduate, Christian says she values “the ability to

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At Arkos Design, our projects create spaces where people can have a personal connection to the elements around them. These connections to functional spaces enrich the lives of those who interact within and around those spaces. April, World Landscape Architecture Month, allows us to look back on one of our recent

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Flexible Meeting Spaces for Libraries of All Sizes

Flexible Meeting Spaces – Libraries are communal places of information, where people have access to traditional books, e-books, and audiobooks, as well as computers and a wealth of information they often can’t find anywhere else. The 123,000-plus libraries in the United States are the center of community for millions, connecting people

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