What's Current? For the last 9 years it's been RDG's internal social network where staff share photos, ideas and articles they find relevant to our industry and communities. Now we're sharing that knowledge on our public website in order for colleagues, clients and friends to get a better understanding of our culture.

For this year's KANEKO Creative Camp, RDG's session will explore how design is all around us and can be found in color, material and the built environment. Register here: bit.ly/2MoSFc4.

June 2nd 2020 @ 9:23 am

Reflecting on "Stephan’s Quintet" sculpture, designed by our Art Studio. This public art located at the Science Center of Iowa honors community leader and prominent SCI board member Feisal Sayeed.

May 29th 2020 @ 3:54 pm

RDG's #design for the Varsity Theater in Des Moines, preserves the building's historic character-defining features, provides upgrades to the existing space & enhances the structure's accessibility and energy efficiency. bit.ly/2ZI7P40

May 27th 2020 @ 2:12 pm

Just a few RDGers out enjoying a (physically distanced) ride for the #NationalBikeChallenge.

May 22nd 2020 @ 1:05 pm

We're excited to welcome our newest designer to RDG, Morgan Ronspies, Associate AIA!

May 18th 2020 @ 3:52 pm

RDGers showed support for frontline workers with our blue window display in support of the #LightItBlue campaign.

May 16th 2020 @ 8:01 am

Back in February, RDGers took part in a tile making workshop exploring texture and carving in clay. This week it was installed into the Des Moines office. #createmeaningtogether

May 14th 2020 @ 9:29 am

Buffett Early Childhood Institute's renovated workplace creates an energizing, inviting environment using light finishes, pops of color, enhanced lighting & images of spirited children who are the heart of the organization’s mission.

May 7th 2020 @ 3:17 pm

Take a minute to explore the Both/And – Tolerance/Innovation public art located on the mall of the University of Wisconsin – Madison campus. bit.ly/2xDVja8

May 4th 2020 @ 3:37 pm

This week, a local artist led a virtual art class for RDG kids. The first session explored various types of vegetables and how they grow.

May 1st 2020 @ 9:00 am