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Marrying Research and Intuition
Frank Grauman, Principal
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Over the past 30 years, Frank Grauman has designed widely varied projects that exemplify emotional, intellectual and technical fulfillment. Underlying his leadership role among his colleagues, clients and those who know his built work is an inquiring approach to collaboration. He begins each project by examining how it will work for people, how it will be built, how its systems will perform, and how it fits its cultural, historic and master planning situation. His architecture is marked by a lucid integration of site, function and technology.
 
Brand Strategy in the Social Sphere
Cristina Ferrari
FRCH Design Worldwide
Bricolage and Bootstrapping: Iterative Innovation at Turner
James Barrett
Turner Construction Company
Competing On More Than Design
Georgia Collins
DEGW
Construction Innovation: Not for the Faint of Heart
David Bleiman
Rutherford & Chekene
Correlating Design and the Bottom Line
Howard Wolff
Full-Height Advice
Design Refined: Operational Modeling and Simulation at RTKL
David Morgareidge
RTKL
Engineering Content: The Story of Arup Thoughts
Carmen Whitelock
Arup
Engineering Innovation: Challenges and Opportunities
Mark Sinclair
Degenkolb Engineers
From Prototype to Product: A Collaborative Journey
Bill Kreysler
Kreysler & Associates
From Prototype to Product: A Collaborative Journey
Larry Rocha
WATG
Give it Away: The Marketing Impact of Research
Jim Wheeler
Ayers Saint Gross
Giving an Old Technology a New Lease on Life
Andrew Godwin
Make
How to Scale a Skunkworks Project
Ken Young
HOK
Innovation at SOM
Nicholas Holt
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Launching into Research: HKS and CADRE
Tom Harvey
Center for Advanced Design Research & Evaluation (CADRE)
Marrying Research and Intuition
Frank Grauman
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Mobilizing EYP
Brad Horst
EYP Architecture & Engineering
Modular Futures: Moving from Service to Product Theory
Ryan Smith
ITAC School of Architecture, University of Utah
R&D at TEECOM: Past, Present, and Future
Alex Serriere
TEECOM
R&D: Reinvention and Design
Sam Miller
LMN Architects
Research-Based From the Start: Creating a New Healthcare Studio
Lee Brennan
Cuningham Group
Still Coding After All These Years
Mario Guttman
Perkins+Will
The Connected Practice
Christopher Parsons
Knowledge Architecture
The Social Nature of Engineers
James Kent
Thornton Tomasetti
The Story of Landscape Urbanism
Sarah Peck
SWA Group
The Story of Project Orange
Bob Rayes
SHW Group
The Third Teacher: Analog, Digital, Practice
Melanie Kahl
Cannon Design
Using Social Media to Connect to Partners and Clients
Amy Squitieri
Mead & Hunt
Building a Research Function
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The Technology Studio
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