The Raleigh City Council has appointed architect Katherine Hogan, AIA, co-owner of Tonic Design the Raleigh Appearance Commission.
The City Council established The Appearance Commission in 1973 to provide guidance, advice, and recommendations regarding the visual quality and aesthetic characteristics... - November 29, 2017
During the "ModHop" tour of modern houses in Raleigh, NC. - September 05, 2017
tonic design | tonic construction, a design-build firm, is pleased to announce that principles Katherine Hogan, AIA and Vincent Petrarca, will give the Keynote Lecture at the 2015 CSI Memphis BUILD/IT Show on Thursday, April 9th at 4:00 p.m. at Minglewood Hall in Memphis, TN.
The lecture, entitled “Working... - April 09, 2015
Ted Arendes of Tonic Design + Tonic Construction moves to Kansas City. - July 19, 2012
The GREENville HOUSE designed and Built by Tonic Design and Tonic Construction was awarded LEED Silver certification by the USGBC for achievement in green homebuilding and design. LEED for Homes is a green home certification program that rewards homes that are designed and built to be energy- and resource-efficient... - August 25, 2010
Tonic Design | Tonic Construction with Mike Cindric are recipients of a 2010 AIA Small Project Award for their Art as Shelter project. Cited by the SPP jury as “a remarkable piece of shelter and a handsome form in the landscape," this project was designed and built as an integral component... - August 25, 2010
Tonic Design | Tonic Construction is now offering an affordable flat fee service for clients to understand the process and reality of building their dream home before committing to the costs of building a home. This fee can be applied to the cost of actual design and can be charged via American Express, Visa, or Mastercard without the hassle of applying for loans. This feasibility service allows owners to take a quick look into all the variables of building their dream home, even in a recession. - August 10, 2009
Tonic Design | Tonic Construction with Mike Cindric are recipients of a 2009 Inform Award of Merit for their Art as Shelter project. The project was selected from a large pool of entries representing design excellence throughout the mid-Atlantic region. Designed and built specifically as an integral component of the North Carolina Museum of Art’s ‘art-in-service’ initiative, ‘Art as Shelter’ offers visitors a sheltered place to sit and reflect upon the museum sculpture park and public green way. - July 17, 2009