Category Archives: Projects

Smith: Ideas to enliven Monument Circle came flooding in

Erika Smith – Indianapolis Star April 19th, 2011 Ideas to enliven Monument Circle came flooding in One of my favorite things to do in the spring and summer is sit on Monument Circle and read a book. I almost always draw strange looks and, for […]

Connect – 38th Street Corridor Study

  INDIANAPOLIS – While portions of 38th Street find themselves completed or well under construction, the corridor between Fall Creek Parkway and Arlington Avenue have yet to be considered for renovation nearly 63 years since the once-flourishing, streetcar neighborhoods made their debut in Indianapolis.  An […]

Street Logic

A recent controversy surrounding the proposed Public Art for the Cultural Trail has many citizens concerned about urban space, its equity, and purpose in our city. A series of free lectures were made available to the public to listen, learn, and ask questions about urban […]

a movement w/purpose

In a recent November article in The Chronicle of Education, James Proctor, Director of the Environmental-Studies Program at Lewis & Clark College, questioned what a more “cosmopolitan sustainability movement might look like?” I quickly considered my own firms efforts, of late, with local advocacy groups, […]

We no speak Americano? Urbanism in Chihuahua

The city of Chihuahua oddly enough has 6, yes 6, architecture schools in a city of no more than 850,000. Downtown Chihuahua – a city with modest Spanish mission roots, sits paralyzed despite such an intellectual resource. Its core is vibrant and alive…till dusk. At […]

Re-Connect Devington

Re-Connect Devington is a campaign that not only re-imagines our community under new conditions, but activates a shared responsibility between our city and our neighborhoods. We are proud to support Devington Community Association and its efforts to grow and bring residents together. (CLICK HERE) FOR […]

Made in Indiana – Tomlinson Tap Room

Walking out of our first meeting, it was clear that “MADE IN INDIANA” would be the underlying campaign in honoring not just Indiana beers, but also honoring a narrative on Indiana craft, community space, and creativity.  There is often an enormous commitment in suggesting an […]