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Monthly Archives: January 2014

What We’re Reading This Week

As usual, we’ve read the Internet cover-to-cover and rounded up some of the most interesting reads out there for your perusal. Enjoy! From nanotechnology to self-healing concrete, this post from Architizer features seven new materials that could drastically change the future of building structures. From CoExist, this article on turning Colleges Into Incubators For Changemaking […]


New Principals Named

It’s an exciting week at CDFL as Senior Associates David Burnet, Ron Fender, and Parker Reece have been named Principals of the firm. David Burnet strengthens the CDFL team with his extensive design experience and his willingness to accept new challenges. David received his Bachelor of Architecture from Mississippi State University, and is licensed to […]


What We’re Reading on the Web

As usual, we’ve read the Internet cover-to-cover and rounded up some of the most interesting reads out there for your perusal. Enjoy! China’s AOL-equivalent is building a truly unbelievable headquarters in the sky. The Internet giant wanting the amenities of an American Google or Amazon but with space constraints in one of China’s largest cities, […]


Meet the Team: Dennis Schwarzauer

Each week we’ll introduce a member of the CDFL team, or as we like to think of ourselves, the “us” in the Power of Plus. This week we are proud to introduce intern architect Dennis Schwarzauer. What unique attributes do you bring to the CDFL team? I wouldn’t say anything I do is unique as […]


Ribbon Cutting for Hinds Community College’s Ball Clinic

The Hinds Community College Jackson Campus’ Nursing and Allied Health Center, dubbed the Ball Clinic, held their ribbon cutting and open house on January 9, 2014. CDFL was the architect on the original clinic, the Clinic for Drs. Pittman and Ball, and over the years have completed two additions and renovations to the facility. This […]


What We’re Reading on the Web

As usual, we’ve read the Internet cover-to-cover and rounded up some of the most interesting reads out there for your perusal. Enjoy! This hilarious (and totally accurate) link has been making the rounds around our office. As one of our architects put it: “I’m forwarding this to my wife…it’s important for her to know it’s […]


CDFL gets to work on Thalia Mara Hall

This Monday, January 13, the first chairs were removed from Jackson’s Thalia Mara Hall as work finally began on a much-needed facelift for the city’s beloved municipal auditorium. CDFL is proud to be partnering with Friends of Thalia Mara Hall, the City of Jackson, and the State of Mississippi in giving the home of the […]


Meet the Team: David Luter

Each week we’ll introduce a member of the CDFL team, or as we like to think of ourselves, the “us” in the Power of Plus. This week we are proud to introduce engineer David Luter. How long have you worked at CDFL? I graduated from Mississippi State University on December 15, 2012 and started at […]


What We’re Reading on the Web

As usual, we’ve read the Internet cover-to-cover and rounded up some of the most interesting reads out there for your perusal. Enjoy! Spurred on by the impending demolition of Houston’s Astrodome, we’ve linked to several pieces on saving midcentury modern design in other WWRW features and this ArchDaily read on the Ongoing Battle to Save […]