Build stuff that matters.
From idea to impact
The value of architecture is evolving rapidly as more and more fields recognize the importance of the built environment in addressing social, economic, and environmental challenges. At Cas, we believe architecture reflects culture, transmits culture, shapes culture and comments on culture.
We believe preserving the history of a place gives a community its unique character; linking to its roots and its people, adding to the quality of life, and making a more livable community. The new library unfolds the rich and often untold history of the only school African-American students from across Gwinnett County attended until desegregation occurred in the late 1960’s.
Walk the talk
Our work seeks to address contemporary concerns of culture - aesthetic, ethical, political, metaphysical and epistemological; questioning how we con make the world a better place.
Proctor Hall, Graduate College, Princeton University