Don’t we all wish that we could work like this! Still accomplishing something but enjoying the great outdoors or having more fun in general! Studies do show that employees who are provided with built in “break” spaces and/or connections to nature are much more productive and of course happier. That said, obviously we... Continue Reading →

TIANJIN BRIDGED GARDENS These Gardens located in the Hedong District , Tianjin City, China are a whirlwind of colour and texture in both landscape and hardscape. The project, completed in 2008, was a remediation project to improve the soil and water conditions on a site that was highly polluted and full of garbage. It looks... Continue Reading →


Some people have Julia Child or Julia Roberts as their source of inspiration – me, I have Julia Milner.  Julia is an inspiring friend of mine, who has now motivated me to actually figure out what I want to do with this blog, and all she had to do was get herself a job! (Well... Continue Reading →

Architectural Visualization Resources

One of the most irritating things in Architectural Visualization (ie. creating renderings/perspectives of our wonderful buildings ;)) is finding the people, the trees and the textures that go into them to enliven them and give clients an idea of how the place will be populated. Check out Alex Hogrefe's blog (link below) for some great... Continue Reading →

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