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Congratulations Grads!

This month we’re congratulating all of our graduates! It’s such an exciting time to be heading out into the professional world, but for those who have decided on a career path similar to our own, what does it really take to become an architect? We’ve got the inside scoop: Earn…

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Eco-Friendly Building

This month we’re celebrating Mother Earth all month long as we bring your tips and tricks for building the eco-friendly way.  Building a sustainable home takes time and planning, but we’re here to help! How do you incorporate eco-friendly practices into designing and building? See below! Focus on your window…

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ArchitectureEL Designs East Longmeadow Veterans Memorial

ArchitectureEL, Inc. is designing a unique memorial in East Longmeadow, remembering community veterans and all members of the United States military forces killed in action. This is part of an ongoing community project that the company was selected for in December of 2018. “As the son-in-law of a veteran, this…

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Interior Architecture

This month we’re talking about interior architecture. Building out a room isn’t always as simple as it seems. You need to identify a purpose for the space, consider how your decisions will resonate long-term, and plan for situations that make practical sense. Here are a few tips we can provide…

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Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito ‘Focus on Housing’ during Holyoke visit

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito stressed a “Focus on Housing” in Massachusetts during a tour Friday of Lyman Terrace, a 167-unit complex undergoing a $60 million transformation. Architecture Environment Life is proud to be a part of this major project.

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