April 17, 2020

In Memory of
Jack Alan Bialosky, Sr.

It’s with a heavy heart we share that Jack Alan Bialosky, Sr. passed away Tuesday evening at his home at Judson Manor. He was 94 years young.

“Mr. B” founded this practice in 1951, then in his mid-twenties, in his small Shaker Square apartment. He was a daring architect, a brilliant painter, and a great storyteller. He prioritized family above all else, which continues to be a tenet of our firm today. We would not be together if not for him.

He would sometimes say “During the war I traveled the world, but no city is better than Cleveland”. He was right. Always keep home in your heart.

Mr. B’s story, in his own words, was recorded as part of the Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Whether you knew him well or did not have the chance to, this interview will give us all a reason to smile.

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Suburban Temple, 1954

 

Kendis Residence, 1955

 

The May Company, 1957

 

Goulder Residence, 1959

 

Progressive Insurance, 1976

 

Miller Residence, 1985

 

 

 

Obituary: Jack Alan Bialosky, Sr. (1925–2020)

A memorial service will be announced at a later date.

Share your favorite stories, memories, and quotes from Jack, Sr.

Contributions in Jack’s memory may be made to
Suburban Temple-Kol Ami
22401 Chagrin Boulevard
Beachwood OH 44122
suburbantemple.org

April 10, 2020

Reinventing the Home Workspace

Working remotely can be challenging. What if the ideas of a well-designed workplace could be applied at home? Associate Principal and Workplace Specialist Tracy Sciano Vajskop will answer questions in a short series on designing the home workspace.

Follow us on our social media for answers to common questions!

View the April Issue of our newsletter here:
https://mailchi.mp/bialosky/reinventing-the-home-workspace

 

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.

View the March Issue of our newsletter here:
https://mailchi.mp/bialosky/something-new-for-2020

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.

View the February Issue of our newsletter here:
https://mailchi.mp/bialosky/an-agricultural-past-inspires-a-modern-public-library

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.

View our January Newsletter here:
https://mailchi.mp/bialosky/culture-video-always-by-design?e=dde104782d