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Kicking-Off Bike Month in May

Kicking-Off Bike Month in May

Have you heard? May is Bike Month! What is “May is Bike Month”? “May is Bike Month” is a campaign that takes place in the six-county Sacramento Region each year. The focus is to promote bicycle use as a mode of…

Sights From the Top of Sacramento

Sights From the Top of Sacramento

The American Institute of Architects, Central Valley Chapter’s (AIACV) continues to celebrate the 10-day Central Valley Regional Architecture Festival and we have some great photos to share from Tuesday’s Top of the City Views Tour. As part of the festival, the AIACV offers exclusive access…

Celebrating Architecture Through the Lens of Our Region

Celebrating Architecture Through the Lens of Our Region

The American Institute of Architects, Central Valley Chapter’s (AIACV) second annual Central Valley Regional Architecture Festival is just one day away! Over the next 10 days, over 2,000 attendees, architects and community members alike will partake in a variety of events and activities to…

Take It to the Streets – 2013 Sacramento United Park(ing) Day

Take It to the Streets – 2013 Sacramento United Park(ing) Day

Parking Day is tomorrow and our team is ready! Park(ing) Day is an annual worldwide event where artists, designers and citizens temporarily transform parking spots into public parks or “parklets”. Originally started in 2005 by Rebar Group out of San…

Celebrating Our Past. Cultivating Our Future.

Celebrating Our Past. Cultivating Our Future.

Throughout nine decades, Nacht & Lewis has adapted, grown, strategized, designed and collaborated to provide our clients quality design services time and time again. Our rich history includes more than 91 years of timeless and innovative design projects, all setting…

Laura Wood’s “Toy Riff” and “Baby”

Laura Wood’s “Toy Riff” and “Baby”

To celebrate the 100th birthday of Ray Eames (a Sacramento native), our Virtual Design Coordinator, Laura Wood created two commemorative sculptures in her honor. The larger sculpture “Toy Riff” and the smaller sculpture “Baby” were exhibited outside of the Nacht & Lewis office…