Posts by Elevatus Architecture

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Apr 23

Readers’ Picks by Elevatus Architecture

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Autobiography, horror, mystery, fantasy, there are just so many book genres to choose from. We’ve hand-picked a few of our favorite stories! Devil in the White City by Erik Larson Picked by Jennifer Snell, Architectural Graduate “I love this book because it combines all of my obsessions: True crime, the…

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Apr 21

Preventing disease through justice design

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Public health emergencies are a serious issue when it comes to any community. Outbreaks can spur officials to close schools, cancel events, or restrict visitation to specific individuals. Jails and prisons are facilities that include close quarters and groups of people where contact may differ to entering the facility. The…

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Mar 24

Putting together your remote work environment

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How to set up a home work environment that limits distractions and helps focus. Separate Your Workspace Being thrusted into a work-from-home environment presents a lot of new challenges to employees, a huge one being finding a balance between work and personal life now that those lines are blurring. Without…

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Mar 18

Summit Hall at Indiana Tech

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Summit Hall is a mixed use building on the north end of Indiana Tech’s campus located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It combines public retail space on the main level with single occupant dorms on the second through fourth floors. As part of the design-build team, Elevatus designed the four story…

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Mar 17

Tom Kelley Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram

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As part of our work with automotive dealerships, we designed a new and modern automotive and service center to accommodate a significant increase in  customer traffic. The Kelley Automotive line-up of Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram were part of this development seeking improvements on how people shop and look for…

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Mar 16

Think Green: Fort Wayne Aero Center’s Sustainable Design

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We hold the thought of a sustainable built environment very close to us. Through various measures, we practice a conscious approach in developing designs that generate positive benefits to the environment. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, is a verification process that aims to help promote the conceptual…