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COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN THE MODERN WAY

Mortarr is the source for ideas, products, and pros in the commercial construction and design industry. That next famous hotel design you're working on could start with a simple search for hotel lobby ideas. From a workplace design, restaurant design, mixed-use development or anything in between, begin your next commercial project right here.

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The stories behind commercial design

The Forum by Mortarr is an online journal for the commercial construction and design industry. Go behind the scenes of the most inspiring commercial projects and learn about the people shaping the industry.

Top 10 Women in Architecture
These are our change makers. Take some time to get to know the names, and projects, of the women changing the architecture industry.
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All Are Welcome
Endicott’s multi-colored face and thin brick welcomes all to the Bruce D. Nesbitt African American Cultural Center. Explore the project up close.
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A Monumental Journey
Explore the tribute to the groundbreaking black lawyers who formed the National Bar Association in 1925 and changed the course of American history.
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On-Grade and On the Rise
Porcelain pavers have morphed from a boutique material to a mainstream landscaping product thanks to Archatrak. CEO, Malcolm Kay, explains why.
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