• PARK(ing) Day Recap

    September 27, 2016
    PARK(ing) Day Recap
    Can a parking spot really hold more than just a car? What if a parking space became a place for people to meet, interact, and create? That’s the idea behind international PARK(ing) Day, an event started in 2005 that re-imagines all the possibilities of 170 SF of public space. When presented with the idea of international PARK(ing) Day, NELSON Philly Teammates Kevin Ryan, Rahul Kerur, Cameron Griffiths, and Leandro Cortez quickly accepted the challenge. While each of the teammates may be new, all joining the firm within the past year, they exemplified the long-standing design values of NELSON, and worked to conceptualize and implement an interactive design centered on the history of Philadelphia that captured each of their personal visions.
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  • #FinallyFriday- Your Weekly Round-up of NWH News

    September 23, 2016
    #FinallyFriday- Your Weekly Round-up of NWH News
    Thursday marked the first day of the Fall season (at 10:21 AM EST to be exact), and you know what that means – flannel, foliage, and festive flavored lattes. While you were making sure your favorite pair of UGG boots still fit and planning your next trip to the pumpkin patch, here’s what you might have missed from NWH this week!
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  • Design Inspiration Series

    September 22, 2016
    Design Inspiration Series
    It takes a variety of resources to find design inspiration. From social media to design publications, there are many ways to find your muse. Just ask Deanne Erpelding, CID, IIDA, LEED AP, Principal at NELSON Minneapolis. An involved designer for over 20 years, Deanne continuously looks to pull inspiration to develop her visions and strategies, focusing on her love for all things design related to strengthen connections. After speaking with her, here’s what we found out:
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  • #FinallyFriday! Your Weekly Round-up of NWH News!

    September 16, 2016
    #FinallyFriday! Your Weekly Round-up of NWH News!
    Had a busy week? Here are four stories you might have missed from us this week!
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