Tag Archives: Public Design

Former Candy Factory Icon is a Sweet Deal Along Fall Creek

In 2015, w/purpose was invited to lead the design for a new $13 Million dollar “retro” rehab intends to transform into the former Williamson Candy Factory into a 4-floor, mixed-use game changer for this N.E. Corridor Gateway. The updated structure includes 49 affordable and market […]

RIDE BETTER, FEEL BETTER

See Vimeo Video of Cultural Corridor Consortium (LINK HERE) As part of a six-month community engagement process, urban design team w/purpose designed and fabricated various-scaled pinwheels as a creative vehicle to spur conversation and exchange between residents, stakeholders, and the Purple Line Rapid Transit engineers. […]

Flow

**Link to Reconnecting Our Water Ways Interview w/ Wil Marquez** FLOW is a motion-sensitive design installation that addresses the severity of the water pollution crisis present in today’s society through the use of music. FLOW is reminiscent of a time with plenty of musical flow: […]

TURNING POINT MASTER PLAN

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Bugs iN Motion

iMOCA POP UP Exhibit w/purpose imagined a temporary yet highly public outdoor installation that combines two of their offices favorite elements – light and motion. Our  studio wanted to celebrate the biodiversity of the waterway by designing a method to “illuminate” or draw attention to a […]

NON-STOP

  Over ten years ago the Near West side of Indianapolis presented itself as an area in early transition.  By researching its rich and diverse past, it was clear that the phenomenon of being lost and rediscovered is very much part of the Near West […]

Knowledge & Recreation

In his book The Production of Space, theorist and author, Henri Lefebvre calls for a “restoration of concern for the body”. He, like our team, believes space should be experienced through all senses and be responsible for our growth and welfare. If the growth of […]