• Aaron C. Ruby, AIA

What's old is new again...

Today's the day we launch our new company--and website, with some of the typical social media sites in tow. It's impossible to miss the paradox. Here we have a collection of modern-day, high tech digital tools, interactive sites and the latest in online engagement to help us communicate a vision of looking in the past for inspiration, as opposed to imagining something new and not yet discovered.

We hope that you will find our website interesting--and of course we hope you will consider subscribing to our blog---which we will update only sporadically-- we prefer to reserve the blog for quality posts, hopefully thought-provoking subjects and ideas, as opposed to quantity--which tends to be boring.

Boyhood home of Johnny Cash- before restoration

Boyhood home of Johnny Cash--after restoration

Here's perhaps the most important thing that we can say now, or ever... that needs to be said right away--and though you may wonder how on earth this has anything to do with architecture, or the business of architecture, we say it has everything to do with it-- who we are, how we got here, why we strive to create, design, and build something on this beautiful planet that was perfectly designed for us.

We believe in the truth of Romans 8:28. If you don't know it, please look it up and ponder it. For reasons we will only know fully when its revealed to us, God has put in us the mind and heart for the things we are passionate about. We love Him for it--and we are eager to put it to good use. Whatever it is that we can accomplish together, we want Him to get the credit for it.

Soli deo Gloria! To God Alone be the Glory!

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