We are excited to announce that TPD’s Landon Rosemore Stubblefield has earned the Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) designation from the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB). The NAHB, in partnership with the AARP and NAHB Research Center, created the CAPS program, which includes training and education on the technical, business management and customer service skills essential to compete in the fastest-growing segment of the residential remodeling industry — home modifications for aging-in-place.
Publications and News
Taylor Plosser Davis, AIA welcomes Landon Rosemore as the firm’s newest designer. Landon grew up in Birmingham and earned a Bachelor of Human Environmental Sciences in Interior Design at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Following graduation, she moved to Rosemary Beach in the Florida panhandle where she worked for an architecture firm for nearly three years. Landon brings her considerable interior design talents and knowledge of millwork and finishes to the firm.
This year, I have been meeting with a group of amazing women at our Birmingham American Institute of Architects chapter in an effort to engage women in the profession. Specifically, we are working on mentoring programs to help women in all stages of their careers, as studies show that professionals with mentors have demonstrably greater satisfaction in their jobs. As a part of this effort, AIA Birmingham is presenting the #WIAWednesdayBham series which highlights Alabama women in the profession and showcases their work. Nice to be included.
So excited to see this great collaboration in Birmingham Home and Garden July/August edition. Working together with a talented friend made this project such a pleasure!
The Birmingham Chapter of the American Institute of Architects recently presented an exhibit at the Center for Architecture in Birmingham entitled “Living Small,” which explored the multiple ways that “tiny living” has been realized all over the world, including here in Birmingham. As an addition to the exhibit, Birmingham Home and Garden magazine collaborated with local architects to design a series of tiny houses for their Second Homes issue.