In the spring of 2022, we announced the first recipient of the Hip Hop Architecture Camp x Bergmeyer scholarship and internship program: the remarkable Jordan Nance of Memphis, Tennessee. Earlier this month, he enjoyed an all-expenses-paid week in Boston, getting a chance to experience working in our design collaborative first-hand.
Built environments can guide our thoughts, behavior, and habits. So, in a world that is rapidly changing, why do many of the spaces we use every day remain the same? Bergmeyer Interior Designer Eliza Steele shares her thoughts on designing outside the lines.
We’re thrilled and honored to share the news that Bergmeyer was awarded two special mentions in this year’s 2022 Architizer A+ Awards, for both “Best North American Firm” and “Best Large Firm” (50+ employees).
Building waste accounts for a staggering 35-40% of worldwide waste in landfills, and carbon emissions from both building erection and deconstruction are increasing.
These factors can be daunting when considering whether the design profession is an active or passive player- in the unending game we play each day with environmental management.
Transitioning from President to the Director of Corporate Social Responsibility, Mike had the opportunity to re-imagine his role within our Design Collaborative to focus on Bergmeyer's goals of serving the greater public good.