March 16, 2020

Something New For 2020

Today we are thrilled to share our new website. It celebrates a design firm that thrives on imagination, curiosity, and hard work. We prominently feature the stories behind our people, projects, and ideas. We hope you explore and enjoy.

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February 14, 2020

An Agricultural Past Inspires A Modern Public Library

Informed by the city’s agricultural history, Avon’s reimagined public library reflects a modern silhouette that draws inspiration from the area’s historic homes and greenhouses. The initial design was presented on February 3rd and resonated with the public. “We really want to spark the imagination to the fact that this is not just a larger version of what is there now, but something that will truly be reimagined,” said Principal Aaron Hill. Read the coverage, view more renderings, and see public comments on The Morning Journal and The Chronicle. City of Avon residents will vote on the levy to fund the project on March 17th.

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January 7, 2020

Culture Video: Always By Design

When we say “Always By Design”, we mean more than buildings. While the phrase is new, it resounds Bialosky’s long-held belief that everything, including growth, process, and culture, is created with intention. It is never incidental.

Last year, we welcomed many new faces and more are joining our team in 2020. Today, we release a video that captures our people, and what unifies and inspires us: design.

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December 17, 2019

Always By Design

As the year comes to a close, we share our newly-minted vision statement. It captures the ambition and imagination that has always lived at the heart of Bialosky, but now penned:

We believe design is never incidental.
It must inspire imagination,
Deliver the unexpected,
Lift the every day.

Always By Design

In 2020, you will see “Always By Design” amplified by a new website and new video content. Until then, we wish you warmth and joy this holiday season.

November 8, 2019

Bialosky’s Community-Focused Architecture Earns Design Awards

The 2019 AIA Cleveland Design Awards at Hilton Downtown attracted a record number of 535 attendees to celebrate, inspire, and honor design excellence. Two community-centric projects, Metro Campus Center and Cleveland Public Library’s Facilities Master Plan earned Tri-C multiple honors.

Jury Chair, Lawrence Scarpa, FAIA cited that while master plans are very difficult to judge, the CPL Master Plan’s intent to give clear design guidelines for an entire library network is commendable.

Hallie Crouch, Assoc. AIA was individually honored with the Activism Award for championing equity in the profession and making architecture more accessible to the public.

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