Traditionally, fire stations have featured a large dormitory — one furnished with individual beds, bunk beds, or wall (Murphy) beds. But as more women join the profession, gender-neutral spaces have become a necessity. Check out this Firehouse article to learn more about our fire station projects, and how we balance community space with private sleeping quarters. Continue reading “Article: Incorporating Private Dorm Rooms into Fire Stations”
Check out this Work Design Magazine article about Jarden Home Brands! The piece talks about Jarden’s previous space in Daleville, Indiana, and how employees felt siloed by 64-inch-tall workstations. It then explores Jarden’s headquarters, and how their move to Fishers was the perfect opportunity to bring staff together with an open office design. Continue reading “Article: Open Office Concept Unites Jarden Home Brands Employees”
For Axis Architecture + Interiors co-founder Drew White, resilient design is not just about buildings. It’s about people. Check out this Indianapolis Business Journal article and learn why resilient design matters. Continue reading “Article: Why Resilient Design Matters”
In 1977 – when the first Monumental Awards event was held – Indianapolis looked quite different. We didn’t have the Salesforce or OneAmerica towers, and the Monon was still a rail, not yet a trail. Heck, it would be another seven years before the Colts moved in.
But over the last four decades, the cityscape has changed. And so has the dedication to excellent design.
Continue reading “Julia M. Carson Transit Center Receives Three Monumental Awards”
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.
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.
Continue reading “Drew White to Present at 2017 AIA Ohio Valley Convention”
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”
If you’re a creative, team oriented architect with two or more years of architectural experience, we want to hear from you.
Watch this video as Drew White recently spoke with Inside INdiana Business about the importance of workplace culture and catering to a multigenerational workforce. Continue reading “Video: Workplace Culture Special”