As we begin a new year, it is important to take a retrospective look at the previous one. We celebrate the high points and learn from the low. Happy New Year to our readers. We thank you for your continued support and can’t wait to read what 2020 has in store for Blueprint South Dakota and the architecture community. So, in case you missed it, here are the highlights from 2019.
By the Numbers
91 Total Posts
35 Total Comments
53,067 Total Words with 583 Average Words per Post
We’ve had readers from all over the world: 86 countries that we know of!
Top 10 Viewed Posts from Blueprint South Dakota 2019 (in no particular order)
Affordable Housing & Sustainability http://blueprintsouthdakota.com/2019/02/affordable-housing-sustainability/
Dignity Through Design: Better Serving a Diverse Population http://blueprintsouthdakota.com/2019/11/dignity-through-design-better-serving-a-diverse-population/
Home on the Prairie http://blueprintsouthdakota.com/2019/04/home-on-the-prairie/
AIA SD awards three firms, SDSU with architecture design awards http://blueprintsouthdakota.com/2019/09/aia-sd-awards-three-firms-sdsu-with-architecture-design-awards/
“Village on the River” now ” Village for Vehicles” http://blueprintsouthdakota.com/2019/05/village-on-the-river-now-village-for-vehicles/
Check out the entries for the 2019 AIA SD Design Awards http://blueprintsouthdakota.com/2019/09/check-out-the-entries-for-the-2019-aia-sd-design-awards/
2019 Young Architect Award Recipient Spotlight – Sara Lum http://blueprintsouthdakota.com/2019/12/2019-young-architect-award-recipient-spotlight-sara-lum/
AIA South Dakota names sculptor Dale Lamphere, Albertson Engineering Inc., its 2019 Champion of Architecture recipients http://blueprintsouthdakota.com/2019/09/aia-south-dakota-names-sculptor-dale-lamphere-albertson-engineering-inc-its-2019-champion-of-architecture-recipients/
Architect, Material, or Labor? A history of architecture in Sioux Falls http://blueprintsouthdakota.com/2019/05/architect-material-or-labor-a-history-of-architecture-in-sioux-falls/
INTRA-VIEWS: Tom Hurlbert http://blueprintsouthdakota.com/2019/01/intra-views-tom-hurlbert/
Thank you again for following our posts in 2019. It was a banner year. If you haven’t already, be sure to subscribe to Blueprint South Dakota and follow AIA SD on social media. We enjoy reading your comments, so please, keep them coming! Cheers to 2020!
Since graduating from Kansas State in 2012, Liz has gained experience from a variety of fields within the building industry. From drafting at a metal building manufacturer to working at architecture firms to assisting a real estate broker/developer, she has always had a passion for influencing the built environment. As an architect-in-training at MSH Architects, Liz enjoys learning new things and refining her skills with help from other licensed professionals. She is pursuing an architectural license and hopes to continue to shape the spaces and places around her in a positive way.