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“Sometime in late 1971, four architects at a large firm started wondering what their careers might look like in a small firm. A firm of their own. They mused about having closer contact with clients and forming more collaborative relationships with them. They thought how liberating it would be to stretch their skills beyond the task-specific constraints of their current roles. They wondered how it would feel to create a distinct point of view and see projects through from start to finish. And how thrilling it would be to pursue projects closer to their hearts.”
“A few months later, they acted on their instincts.”
We had the privilege of writing a commemorative, coffee table book celebrating the 50th anniversary of DesignGroup, one of the Midwest’s leading architecture firms. Much of the book’s content was then serialized for more than a year via social media platforms, and a special website provides a downloadeable sample of the book and a glimpse at some of its iconic buildings.
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