Great Places and Spaces: An office plan to ponder (PHOTOS)

Lawyers are not typically known for designing offices with stylized architectural flair, but the law firm of Shutts & Bowen is making bold moves to blow out the walls of its Tampa office, literally.  As part of its recent office expansion, the firm’s Tampa office constructed a large open-air terrace that weaves into the majestic

One Liners Pinellas: Bayfront Health, KnowBe4 and more

► St. Petersburg City Council voted to approve $700,000 in funding for the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum, which is being designed by New York City-based Huff and Gooden Architects and local firm Wannemacher Jensen Architects. ► Gov. Ron DeSantis tapped St. Petersburg lawyer, and businessman, James Holton for a seat on the

One Liners Sarasota/Manatee: Tidewell Foundation, Advocate Health Advisors and more

► The Center for Architecture Sarasota appointed Ryan Perrone, owner and co-founder of Nautilus Homes, to its board of directors. ►The Players Centre for Performing Arts, in Sarasota, named William Skaggs CEO. ►Academic Alliance in Dermatology opened a location, in Sarasota, at 6600 University Parkway E., Suite 102, inside the Center Point Medical Office. ►Tidewell

The Zyscovich school of the future

Primary education facilities are at face value, a place to teach children but according to the team at Zyscovich, they can be much more. Primary schools are economic drivers, community definers and a breeding ground for innovation and stimulation, or at least they should be. Perhaps not widely known in the Tampa region, yet, Zyscovich