Local architecture firm Kronberg Wall made a splash this year when they opened their new studio space inside a former Reynoldstownchurch. Eric Kronberg, one of the two founding principals of the practice and a graduate of the Tulane University School of Architecture in New Orleans, had his first experience with Atlanta during the 1996 Olympics. Enamored, he returned to "spend some quality time in Virginia-Highland and Little Five Points in 1997," before making the jump to full-time Atlantan in 1998. He's worked here as an architect ever since. Kronberg joins us for this week's edition of Field Note Fridays to talk adaptive-reuse, planning and his experience as an architect in a rapidly changing landscape. Full Interview Here.