Recently, the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission (IHPC) gave the go-ahead for a mixed-use project Axis is working on. The project is one of two new real estate developments on Mass Ave, a popular cultural district in downtown Indianapolis. Continue reading “Article: Two projects poised to reshape Mass Ave area”
How can privately owned public spaces be designed for inclusivity and connectivity? On June 19, join People for Urban Progress (PUP) for DAYLIGHT, a discussion about how design shapes our identity as citizens of Indianapolis. Continue reading “Drew White to participate in DAYLIGHT discussion”
We recently wrapped our latest fire station, Sugar Creek Township – Station No. 42. This Indy Channel article highlights the new station, which will lead to quicker response times. Continue reading “Article: New Sugar Creek Twp. Fire station will allow for faster response times”
Axis has teamed with the Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning to host a week-long architecture camp for high school students.
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On June 27, Axis principal Drew White will co-lead a workshop and tour of the Julia M. Carson Transit Center. Continue reading “Drew White to Participate in Transit Center Tour & Workshop”
On May 10, we broke ground on the new Resident Success Center at the Carriage House East apartment complex. This Indianapolis Business Journal article highlights the 10,000-square-foot center, which is scheduled to open in early 2019. Continue reading “Article: Glick Philanthropies breaks ground on $2M ‘success center’”
The city of Indianapolis is in the midst of an urban boom. In this Indianapolis Business Journal article, Axis Architecture + Interiors co-founder Drew White talks about the “New Urban Agenda,” and what it means for Indianapolis. Continue reading “Article: What the ‘New Urban Agenda’ Means for Indianapolis”
Check out this IndyStar feature on Ashley Lee and Liz Sutton, who each designed a mid-century modern dollhouse! The dollhouses — which included tiny sandboxes, globe lights made from ping-pong balls, and handmade furniture — were auctioned off at the GiGi’s Playhouse Indianapolis “I Have a Voice” Gala. Continue reading “Article: Interior designers Ashley Lee and Liz Sutton design mid-century modern dollhouses”
For interior designers Ashley Fronterhouse Lee and Kathleen Lemaster, the Crossroads of America is the perfect place for innovative design. In an interview with Interiors + Sources, the design duo talked about holistic design and the importance of empathizing with clients.
Continue reading “Article: Heavy Hitters in the Heartland”
The Cummins LiveWell Center recently made an appearance in The Wall Street Journal. The article, titled “Walk-in Doctor Visits at Work? Welcome to the Office Health Center,” talks about businesses that are bringing medical care to the workplace. Continue reading “Article: Walk-in Doctor Visits at Work? Welcome to the Office Health Center”