March 9, 2020

  by William E. Holloway, AIA LEED AP In healthcare design, the focus has recently shifted to the needs of healthcare professionals and their workspace. At Bernardon, we have traditionally designed with the needs of our client, and ultimately their patients, in mind. However, this paradigm shift reflects the need to improve the workplace conditions […]

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February 10, 2020

  by John Rock, AIA Here, I offer takeaways from the Air Barrier Symposium held at the Center for Architecture and Design in Philadelphia. One of the many architectural elements needed to meet today’s energy codes, air barriers are key components to the design and construction of buildings. Yet, despite their value, there is still […]

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January 14, 2020

  As the demand for memory care services rapidly grows, the senior living industry is quickly adapting to the needs of residents to provide the most effective, enhanced long-term care. Designers and healthcare providers are exploring ways to elevate resident’s living experience through providing communities designed around resident’s needs. No longer are the days of […]

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December 6, 2019

  Bernardon’s West Chester Interiors Team recently collaborated with client AVE by Korman Communities to design AVE’s luxury apartment model at AVE King of Prussia, a multifamily community designed by Bernardon and located in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. Interior Designers Derek Perini and Laura Ireson transformed the apartment into a cozy, inviting holiday haven — […]

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July 17, 2019

Many residents of the Newark, Delaware area may remember the sprawling industrial campus on South College Avenue as the home to the Newark Chrysler Plant, a 3.4 million square foot automobile assembly plant that operated from 1957 to 2008. Located across from University of Delaware’s football stadium, the plant rolled off millions of Chrysler Dodge […]

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