On November 7, the Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC) announced the recipients of this year’s Building Fund for the Arts (BFA) Grant. BFA Grant funding “supports the much-needed repair, renovation, expansion, or construction of Mississippi facilities that serve as sites for year-round arts programming in their communities.” In FY2023, the Mississippi Legislature approved $3M for the […]
From Webster Progress Times – Press & Staff Reports BSA Interiors of 58 N. Dunn St. had open house during the July 20 Downtown Block Party sponsored by the Eupora Merchants Association. Belinda Stewart Architects stated it has been growing and this expansion is the result of that. It hopes to add more residential samples […]
Mississippi State University’s new Old Main Academic Center is opening for fall classes. This unique structure is dedicated to multiple learning formats and class sizes. The building also houses a 2 story parking garage below the classroom space. Photography by Langdon Clay
We were in Canton a few days ago and captured the Madison County Courthouse with a glorious sunset backdrop. We are very proud to have been a part of this significant project. *photography by Stephanie Stewart
Have you visited Houzz? It is an incredible resource for residential building images. We just thought we would share a link to our Belinda Stewart Architects Houzz page – it seems kind of popular!
We are very pleased to announce that the Central Plant Expansion Project at Mississippi State University has been awarded the Associated Builders & Contractors, 2015 Excellence in Construction Award in the Commercial Mechanical Project Category. This project exemplifies creative efforts in all aspects of building construction including, historic preservation, engineering technology, energy efficiency, and large scale […]
We have headed down to Texas to be a part of the Southeast Chapter Society of Architectural Historians, 2015 Annual Conference. We thought we would share some of the buildings and community that caught our eye. Former Convent, Now the Southwest School of Art. Wonderful Building Lighting – view from the Riverwalk […]