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IMPROVED ENVIRONMENT: The newly renovated Gaige Hall building on the Rhode Island College campus lets in more natural light and has improved acoustics.

Fresh Design: Gaige Hall

Gaige Hall | 600 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Providence Building owner and tenant: Rhode Island College Architect: LLB Architects Developer/General contractor: H.V. Collins Cost: $17 million Use: Gaige Hall was...
FACELIFT: In need of updates and repairs, Craig-Lee Hall at Rhode Island College underwent renovations on both its interior and exterior, resulting in a more modernized appearance.

Craig-Lee Hall building at RIC undergoes renovation

Building owner and tenant: Rhode Island College Architect: LLB Architects Developer/General contractor: H.V. Collins Cost: $15 million Use: One of the first buildings constructed on the Rhode Island...

AIA Rhode Island design awards deadline approaches

PROVIDENCE – The American Institute of Architects Rhode Island design awards program has a deadline fast approaching for work that qualifies for the 2019...
BUILDING HER WAY: Kathleen Bartels, left, principal at LLB Architects in Pawtucket, speaks with Haley Hardwick-Witman, architect. Bartels studied Russian before discovering her love of architecture.
 / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Bartels travels unique path to becoming an architect

Business Women Awards 2019 | HONOREE Kathleen Bartels, LLB Architects KathLEEN Bartels, a principal at LLB Architects, took a path to her chosen profession that...
Kathleen A. Bartels is a Rhode Island native and co-owner of LLB Architects. The firm’s headquarters is in the Design Exchange, a historic Pawtucket mill complex that LLB transformed into a creative business hub. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

In design as in all business today, collaboration is both means...

Kathleen A. Bartels | LLB Architects president and partner Over the course of my two-decade-plus career, I have witnessed firsthand the shift from hierarchical, top-down...
BUILDING HER WAY: Kathleen Bartels, left, principal at LLB Architects in Pawtucket, speaks with Haley Hardwick-Witman, architect. Bartels studied Russian and spent time in public relations before discovering her love of architecture, which eventually brought her to LLB Architects in 1996.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Bartels travels unique path to becoming an architect

Kathy Bartels, a principal at LLB Architects, took a path to her chosen profession that included foreign-language study and public-relations work – not typically...

American Institute of Architects Rhode Island honors local architects

PROVIDENCE – The 2018 Design Awards Program of the American Institute of Architects Rhode Island chapter has recognized the work of several Rhode Island-based...

Gaige Hall refurbished as part of RIC revitalization initiative

Owner: Rhode Island College Architect and interior designer: LLB Architects/Lerner Ladds Bartels Developer/general contractor: H.V. Collins Other parties: Keough Construction Management (owner’s representative) Cost: $21,750,000 Use: The 64,655-square-foot classroom,...
LINCOLN SCHOOL has completed a $5 million addition to its campus called the STEAM Hub for Girls, which will house science, technology, engineering, art/architecture, and math programs. / COURTESY LINCOLN SCHOOL

Lincoln School expands campus with $5M STEAM Hub for Girls addition

PROVIDENCE – Lincoln School has completed a $5 million addition to its campus, which will house science, technology, engineering, art/architecture, and math programs. Called the...
SEEKING WORK PRODUCT RESPECT: Jennifer Space, an associate at n|e|m|d architects inc., and president of the Rhode Island branch of the ­American Institute of Architects, looks over some plans with n|e|m|d architects President Mehdi Khosrovani. Space believes local firms are bypassed too often for high-profile work. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. architects feel high-profile work too often goes to out-of-state firms

In a state that prides itself on world-class creative talent, it strikes some on the local scene as odd when high-profile design work goes...

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