Place & Space

This blog is your resource to explore and consume architecture in a new way. Expand your knowledge, make some beautiful connections, and find some surprises, too. We’re honored to share in the discovery!

Virtual reality meets Architectural Visualization

Virtual reality is becoming the new standard for conceptualizing architectural projects. With the utilization of VR, architects use a computer generated simulation of a three dimensional structure, creating an immersive experience for their clients. Using rendering software, architects are able 3D model their design and deliver realistic 2D imagery that can be used to make Read More

TONO Profiles: Matt Griffith

My name is Matt Griffith I have worked at TONO Group since March 2022. It is my job to provide and oversee production drawings for our clients at TONO Group. Something you’ll always find on my desk is paper because I’m detailed oriented and document every meeting. Something I’ve learned from a co-worker is how Read More

The Role of Acoustics in Architecture for Medical Facilities

Attention to acoustics is a requirement for success in nearly all areas of architectural design. Effective sound design can help create the correct atmosphere, but if it is ignored during the design process, the resulting acoustics can become a massive hindrance. This is especially true in the architectural design of medical facilities. Noise at a Read More

TONO Profiles: Matt Otricelli

My name is Matt Otricelli. I have worked at TONO Group since October 2021. It is my job to creatively solve problems and to provide the highest level of service to our clients. Something you’ll always find on my desk is a piece of a steel structural C-Channel that was once part of a field fabricated Read More

Job Seeker Qualities Missing in the Design – Construction Industries

There is no denying the search for qualified employees has been challenging. Through what is now being labeled as “The Great Resignation,” we’ve recognized the design, and construction industries are not alone in this experience. Throughout the last year, nearly 33 million Americans quit their jobs because the work was ultimately not fulfilling their needs. Read More