Cathie Anderson of the Sacramento Bee profiled Indigo's Office Headquarters, highlighting the regionally climate-adaptive elements of the building and its transformation of the former Dairy Queen building. Read the full article "Davis architects earn awards for innovative HQ"
AIA Central Valley has announced the award recipients for its 2015 Design Awards Program, including Indigo, Hammond & Playle Architects, LLP, which won citation award for its new office in downtown Davis. The winning projects were selected by a peer jury from the Board of Directors of AIA Charlotte, North Carolina. Jury Chair, John Paquin, AIA of ZAPATA, Inc., will travel to Sacramento to personally present the awards, and Craig Hodgetts, FAIA of Hodgetts+Fung will serve as Keynote speaker for the event. Winners will receive their awards at a presentation and reception scheduled Friday, October 23rd at 6:00 p.m. in the Friedman Court of the Crocker Art Museum.
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Indigo is the recipient of the USGBC Norther California 2015 Award for Innovation for it's new adaptive reuse office building. According to USGBC:
"Existing buildings are by far the biggest polluters in our built world. Through the adoption of innovative green building products and practices in the adaptive reuse and repurposing of a dilapidated existing building near downtown Davis, Indigo Architects took an old Dairy Queen and turned it into an innovative new office and studio workspace." More >