Workplace Health Meets Healthcare Design

McMillan Pazdan Smith | June 15, 2017

As healthy workplaces are trending in design, healthcare building guidelines and goals are aligning to focus on staff wellness in addition to patients and visitors—and the St. Francis Care Center is a prime example of this overlap. McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture aligned the more detailed strategies of the WELL Building Standard—which sets performance requirements in seven categories relevant to occupant […]


The Dewberry Receives Hospitality Design Awards

McMillan Pazdan Smith | June 9, 2017

McMillan Pazdan Smith congratulates The Dewberry for being named winner in the Lifestyle Hotel category and finalist in the Lifestyle Guestrooms and Suites category of Hospitality Design magazine’s 13th Annual HD Awards. McMillan Pazdan Smith, in association with Reggie Gibson Architects and Workstead, renovated the Mendell Rivers Federal Building in downtown Charleston, SC into a […]


McMillan Pazdan Smith Expanding Expertise in Asheville Office

McMillan Pazdan Smith | June 2, 2017

McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture is pleased to announce a strategic merger that will enhance our commitment to the communities in Western North Carolina and strengthen the depth of available design and project management resources locally. We enthusiastically welcome the energy and experience of the founders of SPARC Design; a local, entrepreneurial architectural firm with strong […]


A Groundbreaking Collaboration

McMillan Pazdan Smith | January 17, 2017

Universities across the country are challenged to prepare students for careers in the “new economy,” and digital literacy is vital to their success. Faculty seek to engage students in active collaboration, promote research and incorporate technology through their curriculum. Equipping students with skills to effectively communicate across a multitude of digital platforms is an essential 21st-century […]


Designing for College Life in the 21st Century

McMillan Pazdan Smith | January 17, 2017

For many decades, college residence halls have been known for their utilitarian efficiency. In sharp contrast, today’s student housing projects are strikingly similar to commercial mixed-use developments – tightly integrated with their context, including the built, social and natural environments of the campus. As campus master plans evolve to meet the changing needs and expectations […]

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