We have a series of blog posts where each person here at Convergence shares an image that influenced/ inspired them to join the architecture/ design field. The image can be whatever strikes the person’s fancy- [...]
Convergence Architecture has long been committed to investing in our local community and the wide variety of people who live here. From supporting the Lombard Main Street efforts, to working with Depave to improve James [...]
Established in 2017, the St Johns Museum has made good strides towards being a valuable part of the community. Convergence Architecture has been proud to be one of the founders and a major supporter to this [...]
Written by Kristie Van Boxtel Fun was had at the Alpaca Affair of the year! Convergence Architecture gathered the herd together – employees, families, an alpaca and fellow building-folk, to partake in fellowship, food and [...]
Written by Joseph Purkey Houselessness is a Problem for Everyone Many communities are being confronted with rising houselessness* these days and transitional housing** is a key piece of the solution. Once someone gets [...]
Written by Adam Robins A quick refresher, what is cob construction? Cob is sometimes called monolithic adobe, it's a mixture of sand, clay, and straw used as a building material to sculpt a building as [...]
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