Historic District Review Commission (HDRC) Process

We are excited to announce that Aimee, our Principal Architect and founder of A3G, has been selected as a board member for the Historic District Review Commission (HDRC) for Downtown Liberty! If you would like to learn more about HDRC and the application process, keep reading below. William Jewel College - National Register of Historic Places   The City of [...]

Historic District Review Commission (HDRC) Process2021-08-10T17:27:24+00:00

Three Gables Architecture

Here at A3G, we love our office! We are located north of the Downtown Liberty square in a three gables building which was built in 1869. We thought you may be interested in more information on this unique style of architecture. Three Gables Architecture is easily identifiable as there is a central gable above the entrance, and an identical gable [...]

Three Gables Architecture2021-07-14T16:40:34+00:00

Closet Systems

Most standard closets are just a shelf and a rod but installing an organizational system can turn your boring closet into something that ensures your clothes and accessories are always right where you need them to be. Closet systems can range from affordable to pricey—it just depends on what your needs are. There are plenty of options for those of [...]

Closet Systems2021-01-26T22:47:32+00:00

Renovating your Kitchen

Are you looking to renovate your kitchen? Here are some design ideas to incorporate in your kitchen cabinet design and if you are not updating your kitchen some of these ideas can still help maintain an organized kitchen.                                             [...]

Renovating your Kitchen2021-01-18T16:55:28+00:00

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

The most wonderful time of the year is upon us! Every year A3G looks forward to the Liberty Community Christmas Tree program. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic this year, we knew that we needed to make this Christmas extra special for our adopted families. A3G cherishes this opportunity to help bring Christmas joy to our fellow Liberty residents. A3G adopted [...]

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year2020-12-15T19:33:22+00:00

Volunteering for Anderson Dog Park

A3G values volunteer work as it plays an important role in the upkeep, improvement, and vitalization of the community. In 2016 an active member of our community, Betty Lou Anderson, tragically and unexpectedly passed away. She had been serving Liberty’s pet owners for over 10 years with her business All Your Pets.  We had the privilege to explore several ways [...]

Volunteering for Anderson Dog Park2020-10-06T23:05:46+00:00

Color in Learning Environments

Color is an essential detail in learning environments as it stimulates both the mind and emotions of children. Textures, patterns, and colors all impact how space is perceived and provide graphic stimuli necessary for the development of clear, descriptive connections between visual ques and words. Since a significant amount of childhood is spent in a classroom, exposure to the abundant [...]

Color in Learning Environments2020-09-23T15:05:32+00:00

Finding the Way Back to School

Wayfinding design plays an important role in directing the flow of people. Varying patterns, colors, materials, and signage provide a visual directional prompt. As the school year begins and we continue to battle COVID-19, there are many details to consider when it comes to protecting the health of our communities. The importance of design will have a greater impact on [...]

Finding the Way Back to School2020-09-03T22:14:20+00:00

VCP Community Building

A3G Architects was honored to be the architect of record for the Kansas City Veterans Community Project (VCP). We worked with VCP from the start to help create the Outreach Center and then the Tiny House Village. The recently completed Community Building now provides the village with additional on-site wrap-around services to set veterans on a path of success. The VCP Community Building [...]

VCP Community Building2020-07-30T21:43:49+00:00

Getting Back to The Office

For many, the question of returning to the office is uncertain. Even more uncertain is what the office will look like when they do return. Many employers are likely to hold off on drastic design changes and opt for more flexible options. But you will definitely see some of these Covid19-conscious tactics to help minimize transmission. Private Spaces. The open [...]

Getting Back to The Office2020-07-30T18:54:35+00:00
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