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Monthly Archives: October 2015

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 Philippines’ new Museum of Indigenous Knowledge, designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, is going to look nearly identical to Jurassic Park. More here. Despite being designed in 1883 and having been a […]


Highland Village: Before + After

We’re incredibly proud of our work at Jackson’s Highland Village, and are thrilled to share that we’re heading into phase 3 of the shopping center’s revitalization. If you aren’t local, or haven’t had a chance to stop by, check out these before and after images to get an idea of the retail space’s improvements. And, […]


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! In honor of yesterday’s Back to the Future Day celebration and the arrival of October 21, 2015, here’s a look at Marty Michael J. Fox’s beautiful (and present day) home. Also from Architectural […]


Project Update: Ole Miss Football Practice Field Lighting

CDFL’s two-phase work at the The University of Mississippi’s football practice fields is moving along. Located adjacent to the Olivia and Archie Manning Athletics Performance Center, the fields were in need of drainage and irrigation work along with improved lighting to allow for evening practices. Additionally, the northern field was enlarged to become a full […]


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! From Architizer via ArchitectureBoston’s Fall 2015 issue, Why Old is the New Green. Here’s a good reminder of why Bill Gates is Bill Gates or, more accurately, a list of 15 predictions he […]


It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! …It’s the CDFL Drone!

Check out this birds eye view of our work on Hinds Community College’s softball field and multi-team clubhouse. To read more about this project, take a look at the case study, and be sure to keep checking back for more project updates.


100 Endangered Places – The 10th 10 Most

This blog post was written by CDFL architect and Mississippi Heritage Trust board member Chris Myers, AIA. It includes information from MHT promotional materials. In 1992, the Mississippi Heritage Trust was founded to aid in the preservation of historic places across the state for future generations. Through leadership, education, and advocacy, the organization strives to […]


What We’re Reading: Celebration Edition

Today’s weekly What We’re Reading feature* has been preempted by a celebratory blog post. We are pleased to announce that CDFL Sports, together with Populous, has been selected for the football stadium planning project at the University of South Alabama. We’re excited to share more about this project as it gets underway; but for now, […]


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! As LED light bulbs flood the market, and the soft glow of an incandescent bulb becomes a scarce commodity, it’s nice to know that manufacturers are doing what they can replicate that warm […]