What We Do

Professionals equipped with the activity of persevering nature and developing the scene of architecture to a huge extent.
Preservation Professionals
Progress & Modernization
Modern Architecture

Our Projects

Take a look at a few of our top projects that brought about a wave of change and offered something different to clients.

Operation of the National Park System

Providing the right kind of services that take forward the operational aspects of the National Park System.
Visitor Services
Helping visitors make the most of their trip with services that they were looking forward to receiving.
Park Maintenance
Text A complete form of maintenance that takes everything into consideration to help the park remain the same and develop when the time is right.
Facility Maintenance
With the right professionals and experts, facility maintenance also gets covered, and we are more than happy to get things going.

Our Team

A team that we love to call our own.
Carrie R Anthony
Carrie R Anthony

Looking after projects with ease and ensuring that the mark of progress remains intact tends to sum up Carrie R Anthony’s interests.

    John M McDowell
    John M McDowell

    Name all your services and requirements, and we are pretty sure that John M McDowell will not sleep until he provides you with what you need.

      Rae F Monreal
      Rae F Monreal

      Producing significant results and helping us reach our targets with ease stands to be an everyday task for Rae F Monreal.

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        A Pocket Guide To Mid-Century Modern Architecture And Design


        The mid century modern design can be expressed in words like sophisticated, cool, clean, functional, sleek, colourful and curvy. The architecture and interior design in post war America saw several shifts in trend which all came under the bracket term ‘mid century modern design’. Modernism spans a time frame of almost 5 decades, from the 1930s to the 1970s; but the architecture that is known as the mid century design is basically from the styles of architecture of 1950s and 1960s.

        Residential Architecture

        The mid century modern architecture movement in America can be largely credited to Frank Lloyd Wright. However, there were other influential designers at that time too like Ludwig Mies van de Rohe and LeCorbusier, whose contributions also came to be known as mid century modern. This particular style of architecture can be seen in post war suburbs in America that have flourished over many decades, spiking in the 1950s. This movement’s strong influences are still present in home design and architecture today.
        The architectural style features flat roofs, asymmetrical profiles and angular details. Other hallmarks of this residential style include clean lines, wide open floor plans and expansive walls of glass. Bi-level structures were also used for the first time during this era.

        Colour Schemes

        The colours used in a mid century modern homes reflect on the colour palettes popular back in those days. Warm, earthy tones were used to give interiors natural tones. The most common colours used include olive green, pumpkin, burnt umber and mustard yellow. However, much more exciting colours were trendy back then too like grey, pink, black, yellow and torquoise. Burgundy, emerald green and blue remained traditional colours as remnants from the 1940s.

        Colour Schemes


        The furnishings used in the mid century modern designs were mostly experimental, with American designers trying to blend traditional materials with state of the art substances that were developed during the war. Materials like plastics, resins, fiber glass, laminates and metal composites added to their creative pool. Just like the architecture of the time, the furniture stood out quite remarkably. There were several designers that contributed to the mid century modern furniture style, some of whom are Herman Miller, Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, and Ismau Noguchi among others. Sleek wood and wood veneer pieces were coupled with plexiglass chairs and tables. The upholstery boasted bold patterns and flamboyant colours, with chrome lined chair seats sporting shiny Naugahyde, turfed with buttons.


        Home Accessories

        Patterns from the era were so frenzied that it came in imaginable kind, ranging from floral elegant designs and ethnic prints to futuristic eye poppers like boomerang patterns, starburst patterns and atomic designs. They showed up in every possible accessory too, ranging from glassware to wallpaper. Other cool innovations from the time include tripod lamps, white balloon pendant lamps, floor lamps with bendable arms, chrome lined toasters, brushed aluminium canisters among others.

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