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Orchard House Garden Tour, Saturday, July 14

Orchard House Garden Tour, Saturday, July 14

Have you always wanted to gain access to some of the most beautiful private gardens in Indianapolis but feared to be arrested for trespassing? Here is your chance. Garden Dialogues, the nationwide series sponsored by The Cultural Landscape Foundation, will feature some of the most beautiful Indianapolis gardens on Saturday, July 14. As part of the series, Barth Hendrickson and Jonathan Hess of Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Architects will lead a tour of the Orchard House from 1 to 2:30 p.m. to present the….

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Union Station Green Roof

Union Station Green Roof

The Green Roof at Union Station, a Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Architects project, received the Indiana Ready Mixed Concrete Association’s Outstanding Concrete Achievement Award. “The newly installed green roof atop Union Station eliminates several long-term maintenance concerns in a visually appealing and innovative way,” said Mayor Ballard. This is the first green roof installed on city property in Indianapolis.

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Depauw University Emison Art Center Renovation

St. Catharine College Library Groundbreaking

St. Catharine College Library Groundbreaking

Groundbreaking ceremonies were held on Monday, November 14 for the St. Catharine College Emily W. Hundley Library and Center for Graduate Studies, a BDMD Architects project. William D. Huston, St. Catharine College President, said the new building will be the crown jewel of the campus and the center of student life at SCC. More information about the groundbreaking and the event is available at this link:http://sccky.edu/news/librarygroundbreaking.php rem

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Tailgate fun!

Tailgate fun!

Well, the college football season has been over for about 40 days. Anyone else out there starting to miss the fall leaves and TAILGATING? Okay, there may be snow all across the Midwest, but the twitch to get the grill fired up and apply some hunks of meat to the flame has not diminished. The experience and festivities of the pre-game and post-game drinking and dining are just not the same for a college basketball game. I know there is….

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War Eagle!

War Eagle!

Now that the confetti has finally settled in Arizona, all the trees on Auburn’s campus have been TP’d, and thoughts in Oregon of “what might have been” are drowned at Starbucks…….. what about the grass turf that hosted the National Championship Game on Monday??? With all the slipping and sliding going on in the game, okay I know there is a reasonable amount of both in a football game, but this is the big one….you know, the one with all….

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Award Results of the 2010 ‘A Monumental Affair’

Award Results of the 2010 ‘A Monumental Affair’

Tonight, I attended Keep Indianapolis Beautiful’s A Monumental Affair program. The program has been going strong for 33 years now and is widely regarded as the premiere design awards event in Indianapolis. The results of the 2010 awards ceremony are as follows: ARCHITECTURE Honor:  SmithGroup  –  Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Campus Center Merit:  Axis Architecture + Interiors  –  The Nature Conservancy Achievement:  Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf Architects  –  The Boy Scouts of America Education and Program Center COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Honor:….

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