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Archives - May 2016

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May

KZF jumps 16 spots in 2016 Midwest Top Design Firms by ENR

The latest Engineering News Record (ENR) listing of the 2016 Midwest Top Design Firms has placed KZF Design at #79 in their listing of design firms in the Midwest region. Making a jump 16 places in 2016 to the #79 spot, we have seen a more than 30% increase in local billings over the last …

17
May

Authenticity and the Workplace in the Digital Age

"It started as a discussion with Michael Altman from Emedia Design about the similarities between workplace design and marketing, but quickly evolved into a deeper conversation about authenticity and the importance of connections throughout all aspects of life. We instantly realized that we are designers with the same goals but very different mediums (mine being ...
16
May

Mary Knapp joins KZF as Interior Designer

We are pleased to announce Mary Knapp, IIDA, LEED AP has joined KZF Design as an Interior Designer. Mary has more than 15 years of experience in the design of interior spaces – specializing in environmental design – as well as space planning and programming, material/finish selection, integration of environmental graphics, 3D modeling, rendering, sustainable design, …

4
May

KZF Workplace Strategist shares explorations in how design impacts workplaces

Mary Kate Genis, a recent addition to our team and Junior Workplace Design Strategist, regularly reflects on her experiences as she discovers how design impacts workplaces and the way people work in Cincinnati. “My posts will sometimes be contemplative or at other times light and humorous, but either way they will somehow relate back to …

2
May

Summit Park identified as Biggest Greenspace Fixer-upper

We are pleased to see Summit Park in Blue Ash identified as “Biggest Greenspace Fixer-upper” on the Business Courier’s list of Greater Cincinnati’s most transformative construction projects. KZF Design served as the Park Engineer, completing all Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing design and engineering for the park – more than $12M in infrastructure facilities. Read …