Tag Archives: architecture

PATTERN MAGAZINE | PLACEMAKER

PATTERN Magazine Vol. 12 Fall 2017 Interview by Jami Stall Talking shop with Wil Marquez is like listening to an energetic Dalai Lama of Design. The 40-year-old architect speaks with a unique balance of enthusiasm, warmth, and inspiration. He layers his language with careful insight, honed from seventeen years […]

A Family Affair

Couched Constructions (CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO) Friday, March 2, 2012 Opening reception 5:00pm Herron School of Art & Design, 735 W. New York St., Indianapolis, IN Sometimes a couch is just a piece of furniture . . . and sometimes–through the eyes of a […]

Dressing Indianapolis: Presented by Spirit & Place Festival

DRESSING INDIANAPOLIS Tuesday, November 1, 2011, 7 p.m. | Indianapolis Museum of Art We adorn the body. How do we adorn a city? A distinctive style, sparkling accessories, good lighting … what does a city need to look good? How does city style way brand […]

Think | Believe | Imagine

In 2010 w/purpose was invited by a colleague to lead an urban design workshop with students at Isthmus Norte – an architecture school located in downtown Chihuahua.  Located appropriately in a state which shares its name – Chihuahua. This was my first official visit to […]

What’s In A Name? The Case For a New Georgia Street

There are visible signs that our city slowly manicuring its look as it prepares for the 2012 Super Bowl. At the top of that list – East & West Georgia Street, which is showing signs of regeneration. A complete transformation and welcome addition to the […]