I love industry trips! Who wouldn’t like a free trip, great food (typically), a chance to meet new people, and an opportunity to learn new things?? I’ve been to Wisconsin to see the Weather Shield manufacturing facility in Medford. While we were there, we also visited the Cardinal Glass Plant in Spring Green, and saw how […]
Without our clients and colleagues, we wouldn’t get to do what we love and we wouldn’t have the opportunity live our mission to “inspire, transform, and enrich lives through design.” I can truly say, that each and every project is important to us, and we try our hardest to give everything we can to each […]
I moved to Boulder to work at WORKSHOP8 two weeks after the 2013 floods that devastated many of our communities. One day shortly after I started, I sat down with Brandy with a sketch of my vision for how we could help affected communities. We made a few phone calls to some leads who might know of how we […]
Please help us welcome Chelsea Semelka to WORKSHOP8! Born and raised on a vineyard on the shores of Lake Erie, Chelsea’s family instilled in her a love of the outdoors, passion for creativity, and appreciation of hard work. Chelsea joined our team on December 1st. She is the newest member of our Interior Design Department […]
Each year around Valentines Day, we spend some time thinking about the people who help to make WORKSHOP8 great—those of you who trust us with your business, consultants who collaborate with us to help us imagine and design great projects, and those of you we still haven’t had a chance to work with but hope […]
Oscar Saucedo was our Designers Without Boundaries (DWB) intern for the 2014 Fall Semester, and this is his story: Hello! My name is Oscar Saucedo and I am currently a senior at the University of Colorado, Boulder. I will be graduating in May 2015, with a Bachelor in Environmental Design. Through the past four years at […]
I like taking pictures of 8s. Here are eight eights for January 8th, exactly one week after New Year’s Day and two weeks after Christmas Day. Wind blown debris from someone’s recycling bin. This is the “8” that kicked off the series. Food buzzer at mod market. . . a place I can take my […]
2014 was a terrific year for WORKSHOP8: a year full of growth, exciting projects, wonderful clients, and inspiring successes. 2015 promises to be even better! I hope you are having a very happy holiday season and we wish you a wonderful New Year!