Thursday, December 8th, 2016

Wedge Haus – modern affordable housing

Rogue Architecture is proud to announce our first prototype dwelling – The Wedge Haus   The Wedge Haus is the first in a series of space and energy efficient homes that we plan to design, market and eventually develop in the greater Little Rock area as a model for modern affordable and ecologically sustainable residential […]

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Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

2nd revolution

Milestones and anniversaries are important. They are an opportunity to look back on your journey with a critical eye; to celebrate your successes and develop systems to continue those successes; to honestly appreciate your failures and evaluate the lessons learned from those moments; and set in place plans for the future that will put you […]

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Tuesday, November 15th, 2016

then and now: #architalks

Every month a group of international architects and designers converge on the internet to write about a single topic and publish from their own individual point of view. This is Architalks. You might be thinking from the title that this is an episode of VH1. Unfortunately there will be no snappy bubble text or cheesy 90s music […]

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Thursday, November 10th, 2016

architects save you money: advice and oversight

In a recent blog post we talked about the four ways that architects save you money. In that post we were attempting to combat the public perception that architects are a luxury, when in fact we are a necessity to any project – no matter the size or complexity. In the next series of posts we wanted to […]

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Tuesday, November 1st, 2016

a new rogue architect

Over the last two years Rogue Architecture has built a practice focusing on our clients’ needs within the residential and light commercial market. We’ve built a portfolio of work that we are proud of and that our clients are proud of as well. We have been incredibly fortunate to have worked with and for some […]

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Monday, August 22nd, 2016

architects save you money: details

In a recent blog post we talked about the four ways that architects save you money. In that post we were attempting to combat the public perception that architects are a luxury, when in fact we are a necessity to any project – no matter the size or complexity. In the next series of posts we wanted to […]

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Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

architects save you money: design

In our last blog post we talked about the four ways that architects save you money. In that post we were attempting to combat the public perception that architects are a luxury, when in fact we are a necessity to any project – no matter the size or complexity. In the next series of posts we […]

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Friday, July 29th, 2016

Architects save you money

There is a fundamental truth within the construction industry that needs to be clarified on a near daily basis. It needs to be clarified for several reason, some of them are the fault of architects in general, but mostly because there is a public and industry wide perception that architects are expensive and unnecessary. The […]

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Tuesday, June 14th, 2016

housing: affordable?

  In this country we have an ever expanding gulf between the upper class and the lower class as the middle class continues to shrink and adequate, affordable housing is an increasingly limiting factor in the financial stability of families. In 2015 the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University put out a “State […]

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Thursday, May 12th, 2016

to preserve or not to preserve

Preservation, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, contains the root “preserve” which means to maintain something in its original or existing state, retain, maintain, and keep safe from harm or injury. Based on this definition one could come to a logical conclusion that Historic Preservation at its core is simply the act of maintaining in as original a […]

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