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16Dec 2019

Baker Barrios is honored to be the architect for Orlando’s next skyscraper, T2 at Church St. Station. The 400-foot tower is expected to feature 228 hotel rooms, 210,000 square feet of office space, 2,500 square feet of retail space, 59,500 square feet of ballroom/hospitality space and 577 parking spaces. Check out this Orlando Business Journal […]

10Dec 2019

The new Nova Southeastern University Florida, Dr. Kiran Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM) is not only a cutting-edge medical education facility, but its sustainable design is built to withstand hurricanes and embrace core ideals of osteopathic medicine. Check out this story from FOX 13 for some more insights into the design from Baker Barrios […]

26Nov 2019

“X Orlando,” an all-new, 28-story high-rise planned for Downtown Orlando will consist of three towers housing office space, 85,000 square feet of a unique retail concept called an “open marketplace,” a 1,600-space parking structure and more than 900 apartments. Designed by Baker Barrios Architects, the project is scheduled to break ground in early 2020 and […]

07Nov 2019

From wearable fitness trackers to meditation apps and vegan-friendly restaurant offerings—wellness has become its own cultural movement. As our society continues to embrace these trends around importance of health and wellness, we are beginning to see this cultural shift impact the places we live, work and play. As placemakers, we must integrate these trends into […]

30Oct 2019
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Authors: Wayne Dunkelberger | Partner + Creative Director of Design, Sydney Moeller | Associate Principal + Interior Designer In an age where time is more valuable than ever, companies are always looking for ways to maximize their teams’ time. AI, digital assistants and automation are innovations that are providing new ways to increase productivity in […]

09Sep 2019

Image Source: Unsplash   With security checkpoints, schedule changes and bustling concourses—airports can be a stressful environment. But thoughtful and creative design can take the typical airport experience to new heights—creating a place people enjoy spending time in and making the transition more convenient. But getting passengers to look forward to their next layover is […]