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Spring Update

By Craftengin · April 6, 2023

We are actively engaged in understanding how sustainability and global responsibility applies to the built environment and how our studio can employ technology and expertise to meet the present need.

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2020 Update

By Craftengin · April 24, 2020

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2019 Year End Newsletter

By Craftengin · December 31, 2019

A look back on CRAFT’s 2019.

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Newly renovated Billie Holiday Theatre Reopens

By Craftengin · May 17, 2017

We are proud to be a part of the team responsible for the renovation of the historic Billie Holiday Theatre. The theatre re-opened this past Friday night, May 12th, capping a six-year process of design and construction. The Billie Holiday Theatre, which first opened in 1972, has been a prominent part of the community for […]

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The Breaking Glass Bleachers featured in Architect’s Newspaper

By Craftengin · January 20, 2015

In 2014, CRAFT | Engineering Studio collaborated with Smith-Miller+Hawkinson Architects to design the CMoG The Breaking Glass Bleachers.

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City Beach NYC begins crowd funding

By Craftengin · July 7, 2014

The City Beach NYC project is now up and running online, so be sure to add yourself to the contact list for the latest updates.

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Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame receives National AIA Award

By Craftengin · October 25, 2013

Trahan Architects received the National AIA TAP Building Information Modeling Award for the use of BIM technology in the design process in the design of the Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of fame.

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Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame recognized on Archinect

By Craftengin · September 30, 2013

The work of CRAFT | Engineering Studio was recently recognized in Archinect’s Showcase on the Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame.

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Innovate : Integrate Exhibition at New York Center for Architecture

By Craftengin · October 27, 2010

The Innovate : Integrate – Building Better Together exhibit opened on October 6th at the Center for Architecture in New York.

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Inhabitable Skin

By Craftengin · October 6, 2010

The Inhabitable Skin is an innovative exploration of materials and manufacturing processes that results in a three dimensional form that exists as an independent monocoque structural assembly. The formal expression of the skin is driven by the necessity of structure, environment and context, but ultimately it bends to the will of the designer who is […]