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Jun 27

Fort Wayne Architecture Firm Elevatus Adds Brian Bracht to Team

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Growing architecture firm adds new architectural graduate The team at Elevatus Architecture is excited to welcome Brian Bracht as an Architectural Graduate. Brian joins the team as Elevatus experiences significant growth through their core market sectors. New projects are expanding from the state boundaries of Indiana to additional clients throughout…

Apr 22

Earth Day 2022: Sustainability, Adaptive Reuse, Electric Works

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Emma Ocken

As today is earth day, it seems fitting to discuss the topic of sustainability in architecture. As those involved in the architectural community are aware, many different practices can be implemented into a project to deliver a more sustainable product. In this post, however, I would like to discuss an…

Apr 06

Emma Ocken Brings Talents to Elevatus Architecture

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Up-and-coming architectural graduate joins team at growing architecture firm Emma Ocken, aAIA, has brought her talents to Elevatus Architecture as an Architectural Graduate. The team cannot wait for her experiences to reflect in her work. Her education background consists of Bachelor’s of Science in Architecture, Master’s of Architecture, and Master’s…

Mar 21

Elevatus Welcomes Abby Bryan to Team

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Elevatus Architecture

New hire will make strong impact at growing architecture firm The team at Elevatus Architecture is excited to announce the hiring of Abby Bryan. Abby’s role will involve Office and Construction Administration. Her professional background consists of media services, administrative duties, event coordination, and marketing. As a graduate of Indiana…

Aug 19

Why Architects?

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Sam Schaust

“If we built every building the same, then we wouldn’t need architects.” Believe it or not, I have had that expression said to me more than once in my eight years of going to school for and practicing architecture. Each time it is phrased a little differently, but ultimately the…