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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Highland Village Project Update

CDFL is proud to have been involved in the revitalization of one of the stalwarts of Jackson commerce, Highland Village. Our efforts there are a true testament to the power of plus as we provided mechanical, electrical, architectural, landscape, and interior design services. From designer Greg Narlock, here’s a quick look at what we’ve done […]


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! The future of the hospital patient experience could be taking a cue from Disney. See how this incredible technology could change the way we undergo medical treatment. Take a look at Wolfgang Tillman’s […]


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! Last week’s WWRW was heavy on the wanderlust so one would think we would be out of travel links, and, to be honest, we were – until our boss passed this along. FastCoDesign’s […]


Two Museums Project Update

Architect Chris Myers and designer Chris Laney recently visited the future site of the Museum of Mississippi State History and Mississippi Civil Rights Museum to check out the project’s progress. Here’s the view from their iPhones.


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! Does the fresh start of a year give anyone else wanderlust? This editor is ready to hit the road, and if you are, too, here’s a handy guide of 52 places to go […]


Meet the Photographer: Hubert Worley

With the CDFL team met, we thought it might be fun to introduce you to the people who help make our work look good. Hubert Worley is one of our post-construction photographers that we use to ensure our work is documented in a way that is both beautiful and reflective of the architectural intent. What […]


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! Baby, it is COLD outside. Really cold. Like so cold that the entire United States is complaining about how cold it is. And since it feels truly miserable to be outside, thanks to […]


Women in Architecture: Part II

We asked two of our architects, Ann Somers, AIA and Katie Lightsey, AIA, to share their thoughts in response to a Wall Street Journal article entitled “In Architecture, a Glass Ceiling.” The article is a look at how, despite the dramatically growing number of women in the field, firm leadership is still dominated by men. […]