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WRNS Studio Sep 20
WRNS is inspired by the young people that have organized the Climate Strike. Our studios across the country will meet this challenge with vigor and hope.
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WRNS Studio Sep 18
Mindful of the coastal location of our four studios, studio manager Jackie Pellicano ventured to the Netherlands to explore Dutch resiliency efforts and the famed Delta Works. Read about their journey here.
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WRNS Studio Sep 5
This brise-soleil and colonnade running along the new Computational Lab building at UC Merced connects it to the academic quad while offering students an outdoor, sheltered gathering space. Photos by Wesley Wong.
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WRNS Studio Aug 27
Excited to be working with Stanford Health Care to expand their vibrant regional healthcare network with this new medical office building in Redwood City.
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WRNS Studio Jul 12
The light, glassy facade at 's new workplace is comprised of carefully selected, highly reflective, insulated glass. It mirrors the expansive sky and mountains, while maximizing comfort and energy efficiency. Photo by Jeremey Bittermann
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WRNS Studio Jul 8
Another day, another sketch! Love seeing how this performing arts theater is taking shape (and color).
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WRNS Studio Jul 1
New renderings of Stevens Creek, a 300,000 square foot workplace project WRNS is designing for Fortbay.
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WRNS Studio Jun 28
Help Academy win another award! We’re up for am A+ People’s Choice Award — most vote wins. Voting ends July 5th.
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WRNS Studio Jun 26
Our newly minted Senior Associates and Associates share their thoughts on leadership and what makes WRNS an incredible place to work. Read more at the link.
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WRNS Studio Jun 25
Proud to be part of such an exciting campus transformation with
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Nat Levy Jun 19
will finalize designs to replace the iconic "X-Wing" buildings on campus later this year. We got a first look at the plans.
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WRNS Studio Jun 20
The Arts and Humanities building takes cues from its historic, existing campus context and identity while imparting a modem sensibility commensurate with the expectations of 21st century learners. Photo by Jeremy Bittermann
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WRNS Studio Jun 19
In Barcelona, the bookstores are very much of their places—charmingly cramped and inhabited by locals in the old city Raval, neat and orderly in the more recently gridded Eixample. Read WRNSer Molly Thomas's essay at the link. Photo by Pep Hererro
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WRNS Studio Jun 14
As WRNS’ BIM Manager, Jason Halaby stays informed on rising technology in architecture. Check out his, and four other architecture and construction professionals thoughts on the Quest featured in .
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WRNS Studio Jun 13
Exciting to see the new in construction alongside one of WRNS’ most recognized projects, the . See the full article on . Photo by
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WRNS Studio Jun 12
For her scholarship, partner traveled to Nepal to build a gender-equal school with . The following reflection was written five months after her life changing experience. A must read.
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WRNS Studio Jun 11
We're thrilled that Collision Lab at has been named a 2019 Category Winner! Help us win the People’s Choice award by voting at the link. Photo by
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InsiteVR Jun 11
“Quest really shines when used for multi-user meetings where participants can all inhabit a model simultaneously, so you really should get more than one!” See what pros from companies like & are saying about
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WRNS Studio Jun 5
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WRNS Studio Jun 5
This new workplace for is a critical addition to The Cairns, an 1100-acre mixed-use development within Sandy Utah’s burgeoning city center, “where mountain meets urban.” Photo by Jeremy Bittermann
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