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Category Archives: Design

MKSD Participates in “Chair-ity” Event

When Corporate Environments asked Alicia if MKSD would participate in their fundraiser for Valley Youth House, she naturally said. "of course we will!" Then came the creative task of decorating an authentic Eames chair to go up for auction with 20 ot...

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Alicia Visits Steelcase

Good design is what we live for - what we strive for, as architects. We are constantly on the search to create something new, beautiful, helpful, useful, and good for our clients. A recent trip made me realize that, as a designer, there are other...

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Valley Wellness Breaks Ground

Members of the MKSD Design team attended the groundbreaking ceremony for Valley Wellness Center last Tuesday, October 18, 2016. [caption id="attachment_4315" align="alignnone" width="300"] In attendance (from left to right) Norm Boger, Matthias Fe...

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Chambersburg Aquatic Center Highlighted

Public Opinion Online featured and article on August 9, 2016 that highlighted the plans for the Chambersburg Family Aquatic Center and the design details which were presented to the Borough Council the previous night. The new Aquatic Center will b...

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Seeking Architectural Intern

MKSD architects is looking for an entry level architectural intern who is competent, team-oriented and hardworking. Candidates should have a college degree in the field of Architecture (BArch or MArch). Architectural Interns will work under th...

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NCC Hartzell Hall Ribbon Cutting

Lehigh Valley Business featured an article about the November 10th Ribbon cutting and Rededication Ceremony for the Hartzell Technology Hall at Northampton Community College’s Main Campus in Bethlehem.   With the newly renovated facility...

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Waterfront Groundbreaking Ceremony

MKSD architects had shovels in hand as the design for the 645 Waterfront building was unveiled. Yesterday afternoon was the official groundbreaking ceremony for the Waterfront property site work. The first building to be constructed is a 131,000...

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