April 6, 2021

New Writing Center Inspires Creative Futures

The Stocker Arts Writing Center at Lorain County Community College brings a distinctive and inspiring learning environment for teaching, tutoring, and writing. Inspired by diverse forms of writing, authors, and poets, the design establishes a whimsical space that encourages students to write creatively in a relaxed, flexible space. A custom mural by Derek Brennan anchors the space and features legendary writers Hart Crane, Langston Hughes, Toni Morrison, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Rita Dove, and Louis Bromfield. First opened in August 2020, the Writing Center empowers the campus community to express themselves through creative arts.

Learn more about this project on our website.

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March 7, 2021

Iron and Wood Weave Through A Warmly Urban Low-Rise Rooted in Tremont

The Tappan is a new, 95-unit apartment building located in the Scranton corridor of Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood. The building's dark iron spot brick skin references the grittier, semi-industrial section of the neighborhood, while warm wood elements peel away to evoke an intimate, residential sanctuary.

A bright, inviting space on the corner of Auburn and Scranton is now home to Leavened Bakery, opened by professional baker Ian Herrington in October 2020. The smells of baking bread and coffee fill the air through the portal threading its way to a new public pocket park.

Discover The Tappan's design references the grittier, semi-industrial neighborhood that its residents call home on our website.

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February 4, 2021

Project Feature: Joseph and Florence Mandel Jewish Day School

Quietly tucked within a multi-institutional Jewish community campus, Mandel Jewish Day School aspired to have a building as innovative and inspiring as what the students are learning.

With a light-filled two-story entry, the renovation created a modernized space for the community for one entity, the Joseph and Florence Mandel Jewish Day School. Renewed energy was brought to educational spaces with bright, welcoming classrooms that allow art and science labs to proudly be “on display” to those passing by.

Learn more about the project on our website.

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January 8, 2021

Bialosky Announces Seven New Promotions

Jack Alan Bialosky, Jr., FAIA, IIDA, LEED AP remarks that “these promotions reflect a cadre of young leaders who translate their individual passions and talents into immense value for the firm, their clients, the profession, and their community. They excel in project leadership, thought leadership, and business leadership. We find each of them to be impressive firm ambassadors and look forward to seeing the next chapter of their careers unfold.”

We're proud to announce the following promotions:

Senior Associates:

Larissa Burlij, AIA, LEED AP
Theodore Ferringer Jr., AIA, LEED GA


Therese Roche, Assoc. AIA
George Pasiadis, PE
Jamie Cairns
Sam Meyer, LEED AP ID+C

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December 2, 2020

A Message to Our Friends, Clients, and Collaborators

In this unprecedented year, we all learned how to pivot. For Bialosky’s friends, families, clients, and collaborators, we thank you for your positivity and stamina as we all continue to navigate this temporary normal. We are incredibly proud of our Bialosky Clevelanders, who exemplify what it means to be resilient, hardworking, and kindhearted. We hope that, like us, you have found silver linings as you reflect on 2020. For us, we have celebrated awards, exciting projects, engagements, and newborns. We have found new ways to connect with our professional circles and made memories with our family (and pets). We hope all our readers do take time to pause and find joy.

We look forward to sharing a special announcement in January – until then, have a safe and warm holiday season.

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