Tag: architecture

African-American Architects

Julian Abele Blazes Trail for African-American Architects in Higher Education

In celebration of Black History Month, Spaces, Inc. takes a look at one of the most influential African-American architects in US history. Julian Abele was born in 1881 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The youngest of eight children, Abele was surrounded by success. His brothers were engineers, doctors, and artisans who always pushed their youngest sibling towards …

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David Adjaye

Architect and Designer Spotlight: David Adjaye

David Adjaye is one of the most fascinating and accomplished architects in recent memory. Born in Tanzania in 1966 to a Ghanaian diplomat, Adjaye was destined for design. The travel demands of his father’s occupation allowed Adjaye to observe cultures and influences from numerous countries throughout Africa and the Middle East. His family eventually settled …

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Spaces, Inc Announces Higher Education Showroom Event

(Photo Credit: Knoll) When: Starting April 29 – May 13, 2013 Where: Spaces, Inc Showroom What: Higher Education Showroom Tour Event The goal is to show and educate our higher ed clients, designers and potential clients regarding what products we have to provide as a furniture solution(s). We are going to set up the showroom …

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