Category : In the Media

RDG in the Media: Lighting Design and Application’s “Ask an EP” Asks Shelby Klooster

RDG Lighting Designer Shelby Klooster sat down with LD+A to discuss the profession and her passion for marrying creativity with evolving technology.

Each month, Lighting Design and Application (the official magazine of the Illuminating Engineering Society) sits down with an …

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RDG Named a 2020 “Top 300” Design Firm by Architectural Record

Moving up nine spots from 2019, RDG is now recognized as one of the top 100 firms in the United States.

Architectural Record recently released the 2020 edition of its annual list of the Top 300 Architecture Firms in the …

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RDG in the Media: Designing Supportive Behavioral Health Facilities

Writing for HC+O News, RDG’s Aaron Fulton, Associate AIA explores three critical design considerations for creating behavioral health environments that contribute to the overall comfort and well-being of patients and caregivers.

Addressing the need for well-designed behavioral health facilities is …

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RDG in the Media: Jack Patton Talks the Future of Locker Room Design

Athletic Business asked architects to weigh in on how spaces already dedicated to personal hygiene might change in the future to further promote patron health.

Locker room design has changed over the years to reflect the evolving preferences of end-users. …

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RDG in the Media: Early Learning Center at Skinner Elementary Featured

Education Snapshots explores how RDG’s design for the Early Learning Center at Skinner Elementary in Omaha, Nebraska creates spaces that support both education and community care.

RDG was tasked with creating a space for the Early Learning Center at Skinner

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RDG in the Media: What the Future of the Office Looks Like After the Pandemic

Speaking with The Everygirl, RDG’s Collin Barnes, IIDA, LEED AP provides insight on how the office will look different – and serve a different purpose – in a post-pandemic world.

Like many aspects of our lives, COVID-19 has changed 9-to-5 …

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