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ArchDaily Interview with Bruner/Cott

Blog / April 30, 2019 by Bruner/Cott

Bruner/Cott Principals Jason Forney, Jason Jewhurst, and Dana Kelly sat down with Vladimir Belogolovsky of ArchDaily to discuss the firm’s innovative history of work, inspirations, and the direction of the practice.

For us, every project is about moving forward. Any building project can be viewed as reuse because they all have a site and context that will be transformed by what’s to come. We strive to design buildings constructed out of solid, local, beautiful materials and push the current building industry standards to produce a robust sustainable architecture that will age gracefully over time.   — Jason Jewhurst, AIA

Read the full interview here.

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