LAUNCHING a fully updated website, melD Studio’s new animated architecture portfolio exhibits before and after imagery of Brevard County commercial, residential, and institutional builds.

The common goal of the licensed architects and design professionals at melD Studio is to highlight their comprehensive services and capabilities in their refreshed online presence. Anticipating gaining more traction in the Space Coast area, the new website is an opportunity to properly showcase their clean, modern, and tasteful aesthetics.

While the site address remains the same as their original URL, new simple, minimal, and subtle visual branding elements like animated logos, icons, and components now keep visual interest on the page and guide the viewer to each section. 

As defined on their new site, meld /meld/ is a thing formed by merging or blending and melD: melbourne Design. A sketched homepage animation draws attention to the processes of the architects and designers working together as one from concept drawing to completion and is indicative of their unique melding process.

For commercial projects, the Architects at melD state, “…the specific purpose a space needs to serve takes center stage… efficiency of space and movement and it is in those initial conversations where we begin to understand exactly the solutions our clients require.” 

melD Studio’s positive energy and spirit of collaboration shines through in residential builds beginning by “…clients sharing photos of things they like. Houses that have inspired them. Creating a home for someone or designing a space that makes them feel at home is not a simple transaction. We work hard to develop a trusting relationship with our clients.” 

Comprehensive, customer-focused, and creative design services are available to those in the Space Coast region. Visit to see the new more visually stunning melD Studio portfolio of medical, multi-family, institutional, residential, and commercial architecture and design. 

According to melD Studio, a better approach to architectural design, “…requires collaboration that is human, connected, and engaged from both sides.”


For media inquiries, contact: Lois Torvik, Architect (321) 428-3869

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Kara Schoettle