Midlands Architecture Firm Wins Award for Adaptive Use
Tuesday - July 19, 2011 at 07:52 am
As words like sustainability and green become part of our everyday vocabulary, businesses continue adopt these strategies as well.
One example is when an existing building is converted into a one with a different purpose than previously. It's called "adaptive reuse".
Mike Switzer interviews Tripp Riley, vice president with Studio 2LR, a Columbia architecture and interior design firm that recently earned
recognition from Historic Columbia Foundation for the firm’s work on adaptive use of a mixed-use development in downtown Columbia.
Mike also interviews Robin Waites, executive director of Historic Columbia Foundation.