Gleaning Inspiration From Urban Developments in Smaller Cities

Traveling can often be viewed as an essential component to the development of an architect. The more you travel, the more you are exposed to the many ways in which other cities, towns and rural communities are designed. This exposure can contribute greatly to a designer’s collective experience of places and in some cases, even influence their design approach.

Experiencing other communities, exploring their downtowns areas and noticing their special features have made CPL Architect, Jason Streb, AIA, reflect on the current developments happening within his own city, Rochester, NY.

Read about the ways in which Jason is beginning to glean inspiration from urban developments in smaller cities that he’s traveled to.

Read the full article, featured in the Rochester Business Journal (RBJ).

As an architectural designer, Jason has sought to spotlight the characteristics unique to each project within a framework of fundamental design principles. His work is characterized by design excellence and a strong ability to implement the project vision as described by our clients. He enjoys collaborating with colleagues in the planning and architecture fields, bringing concepts to reality through design. In his free time, Jason enjoys running, watching Syracuse basketball, and spending time with his wife and friends.

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