Jeff Hazard, Koch Hazard Visionary, 1955-2019

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our beloved CEO, Jeff Hazard, to leukemia on August 30, 2019. Koch Hazard Architects has lost a visionary, talented architect, mentor and friend. Jeff joined Koch Hazard Architects […]

Koch Hazard Architects Wins Two Design Awards

AIA South Dakota announced its 2018 Design Award winners on September 14 and two Koch Hazard projects were recognized. The Law Library rehabilitation project at the South Dakota State Capitol, received an Honor award, and the Jones 421 rehabilitation and […]

INTRA-VIEWS: Jeff Hazard

Written by Guillermo Cebrian. This article originally appeared on the Blueprint South Dakota blog on January 29, 2019. Inter implies between or among, whereas intra implies within (the profession). INTRA-VIEW with Jeff Hazard. The dynamic of this exercise is the […]

Latin-American Architecture: Brazil

Written by Guillermo Cebrian. This article originally appeared on the Blueprint South Dakota blog on January 23, 2019. The third and last post in the series on Latin-American Architecture focuses on Brazil.  The architecture of Brazil can generally be characterized […]

Want safer schools? Design them better from the start

Written by Keith Thompson. This article originally appeared on the Blueprint South Dakota blog on September 26, 2018. It was published in the Sioux Falls Business Journal on October 8, 2018. School safety is never far from our collective awareness, […]

Sanford Imagenetics in Healthcare Design Magazine

Sanford Imagenetics is receiving national exposure in August, as the project was selected for publication in Healthcare Design magazine, as a part of its Design Showcase. A jury of 17 industry professionals (architects, interior designers, providers, and consultants) conducted a […]

Latin-American Architecture: Mexico

Written by Guillermo Cebrian. This article originally appeared on the Blueprint South Dakota blog on January 8, 2019. January’s theme in the Blueprint South Dakota blog is divided into two categories; Latin American Architecture, and local (South Dakota) Architecture. The […]

Innovation in Metal Architecture on the Great Plains

The Wedge on Western is a retail center at 69th Street and Western Avenue in Sioux Falls, SD. Koch Hazard Architects and building owner Steve Gratzfeld worked together to design a uniquely shaped retail center incorporating Corten steel, an unfamiliar […]

Latin-American Architecture: Chile

Written by Guillermo Cebrian. This article originally appeared on the Blueprint South Dakota blog on January 15, 2019. The second post in the ongoing series on Latin-American Architecture focuses on Chile.  The decision to focus on Chilean architecture comes not […]