BBA's Own

19Jan 2022

Bisnow and Thousand & One are sponsoring a State of the Market panel for Tampa on February 10th, 2022. This will feature speakers on the topics of ‘The Growth of Tampa’ and ‘Major Projects and Developments’ the latter to feature Baker Barrios COO, Rob Ledford. Learn more and register on the Bisnow website > Tampa […]

06Jun 2022

Senior Living design is not for the faint of heart. Successful projects often depend on a Design Team’s ability to skillfully merge design considerations inherent to a wide range of building prototypes including Healthcare, Educational, Multi-Family Residential, Hospitality Design, and Urban Planning. Emerging Senior Living design trends, and the need to consider how they might […]

16Aug 2021

Our Healthcare Practice’s own Ray Wong was featured in Healthcare Design Magazine’s Architecture section for a “Take 5” feature. The segment asks prominent designers in the industry what has their attention at the moment. Ray lays out his thoughts on the market covering emerging trends, seismic shifts, and potential disrupters. Read the full story at […]

05Nov 2020

By: Virginia Larrea and Tanya Rolsten A factor that separates Baker Barrios Architects from other firms is that our architects and interior designers work side by side on each project. This collaboration means that interior architecture considerations are fully integrated from the beginning. In the case of the Tampa Bay Chamber, the complete design process […]

27Oct 2020

Our own Johnny Dagher is quoted in the publication’s report “How to Adapt for Covid-19.” On the heels of his whitepaper outlining industry changes on ways to decrease infection and improve health and wellness in senior living facilities, Johnny offers some more insight: Indoor air quality is now a consideration for designers, according to Johnny […]

13Aug 2020

Marilyn Russell, an Interior Design Project Manager for Baker Barrios, has written an excellent perspective on the changes to the design industry through the pandemic. Read the full article at furniturelibrary.com » Who could have predicted that the Corona Virus or Covid-19 would completely disrupt and dictate how the design industry would conduct business? I […]