On October 24, Drew White, FAIA, will participate in a panel discussion titled “New Design – Historic Context, Celebrating 50 Years of IHPC.” The panel, hosted by AIA Indiana and moderated by Donna Sink, AIA, will discuss contemporary design in historic neighborhoods.
Color us flattered. Two of our projects – the Cummins LiveWell Center and the Julia M. Carson Transit Center – received AIA Indiana Design Awards. We are extremely honored, as both projects embrace one of our core beliefs: that empathy is the foundation of design.
Meet Kurt Green, one of our newest architectural associates. Kurt interned for us this past summer, after graduating from Ball State University. Outside of the office, this Near Eastside native is probably exploring Indy’s food scene, or hanging out with friends and family.
In a few weeks, hundreds of professionals will travel to Indianapolis for the 2017 AIA Ohio Valley Convention. The three-day event brings together architects and allied professionals from three states: Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio. This year, Drew White, FAIA, will speak at two breakout sessions and provide a walking tour of Indy’s Market East District. Here’s what you need to know about each session.
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It’s a word often associated with logos and letterheads. But branding is more than office materials and print ads – it includes your company’s physical space, too. Continue reading “What’s Your Story? How Space Reflects Your Company’s Brand”
The Julia M. Carson Transit Center is in the running for Indy Chamber’s People’s Choice Award! Continue reading “Support Axis in the Monumental Awards People’s Choice Award”
“Live-work-play” developments and multi-family housing have become popular in the last few years, due in part to high-profile projects like Honolulu’s ‘Aiea and Alpharetta’s Avalon. These projects blend housing, retail, and offices to create “downtown” environments. They make efficient use of limited space, are pedestrian-friendly, and create a sense of community.
Which is what we’re doing with One North, 918 Fort Wayne Ave., and Morton School Senior Apartments.
Meet Ashley Thornberry, Associate AIA and graduate architect at Axis Architecture + Interiors. Ashley has been with Axis since May 2015 and grew up in nearby Carmel, Ind. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Ball State University. Ashley loves working at Axis because it reminds her of being back in the studio at school, when you can collaborate at any moment, and everyone is given a voice on a project.
Through its member chapters, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) advocates for the value of architecture and supports architects through resources, educational programming, and professional development events. With more than 90,000 members and 260 chapters, AIA is the largest and most prominent professional organization for architects in the United States.
Meet Rob Gordon, project architect at Axis Architecture + Interiors. Rob has been with Axis since October and grew up in nearby Cicero, Ind. He earned an undergraduate degree at Ball State University and a graduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Outside of work, Rob enjoys spending time with his family, reading, and (of course) sketching.
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