well-being is important in any space one works, sleeps, learns, eats or receives treatment. you can rest assured we will have the well-being of your employees, guests, customers and patients in mind as we facilitate evidence-based design (EBD) solutions particular to your needs and desires for your business environment.
at archuity; a research-based approach has guided our philosophy since inception. we are in the information business and our best solutions are driven by the information we collect. specializing in issues related to health, safety and welfare, archuity is well-equipped to advise you regarding your building concerns.
your home is your first line of defense against whatever might exist beyond those walls. it is our job to ensure that a home provides a supportive environment - delivering comfort, security, and quality of life. we would love to share how good can enhance the quality of life for all those who dwell under your roof.
“we shape our buildings and afterwards our buildings shape us” - winston churchill
At archuity; we envision a new future for healthcare architecture. A future where architects and designers strive to apply the science of “evidence-based design” (ebd) to shape buildings in a way that shapes healthier people, healthier cities and a healthier planet. We want to bring health care out of the hospital and into the spaces we live, work and play. Architects are charged with the responsibility of protecting the health, safety, and welfare (hsw) of everyone coming into contact with the buildings we design. At archuity; we consider this to be not only our responsibility but also our highest calling. Our mission.
In other words, we design healthy and happy spaces!
MICAH PADGETT - LEAD ARCHITECT, ARCHUITY;
for after all, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” - ben franklin
Why Choose Archuity;?
Time is money, especially in construction! Communication is paramount! Responsiveness is our first commitment to you.
If companies had love languages, ours would be service! We aim to please and will not be satisfied until you are.
Construction can be very stressful! We do not walk away when the design is done. Call on us for support any time!
Architects in Orlando FL
At Archuity;, we dream of a new future for healthcare architecture. A future where we strive to apply the science of “evidence-based design” (ebd) to bring health care out of the hospital and into the spaces we live, work and play.
Architects are charged with the responsibility of protecting the health, safety, and welfare (hsw) of everyone coming into contact with the buildings we design. At Archuity;, we consider this to be not only our responsibility but also our highest calling. our mission.
Where to Find Archuity
Archuity 6 South 14th Street Nashville TN 37206
Phone: (615) 200-7098
Hours: 8:00 - 5:00 M-F
How to get to Archuity Orlando FL from Orlando International Airport
Head north on Access Rd/Jeff Fuqua Blvd
Continue to follow Jeff Fuqua Blvd - 1.7 mi
Use the 2nd from the right lane to continue on S Semoran Blvd - 0.3 mi
Use the right lane to take the ramp onto FL-528 W/FL-528 Toll W - Toll road - 2.2 mi
Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 8 for State Rte 482 toward McCoy Rd/Sand Lake Rd - Toll road - 0.6 mi
Continue onto FL-482 W/State Rte 482 W/McCoy Rd - 0.9 mi
Turn right onto S Orange Ave
Pass by Burger King (on the right) - 1.3 mi
Continue onto FL-527 N/Hansel Ave
Continue to follow FL-527 N
Pass by Innovative Electronics - RadioShack (on the right in 3.6 mi)
Turn left onto E Anderson St - 0.3 mi
Turn right onto Boone Ave - May be closed at certain times or days - 0.1 mi
Turn right onto W South St - 292 ft
About Orlando FL
Orlando dates back to 1838 during the heyday of the Seminole Wars. The US army built a garrison at Fort Gatlin just outside of current Orlando City limits to protect settlers from American Indians. By around 1840, a small community had started growing around Fort Gatlin. Back then it was known as Jernigan, after the Jernigan Family who was the first to establish a settlement in the area. Six years after it was established, the settlement expanded north. The community decided to officially change its name to Orlando. The post office officially adopted the name change in 1857. In 1875 the town was incorporated - back then there were only 85 inhabitants where only 22 were qualified voters.
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