Tag Archive: Native Landscape

South Bellevue Station: Final Designs

The South Bellevue Station’s Public Art Enhancements include a pattern strip on the facade of the guideway acoustic panels and large graphic images wrapping the columns below the platform. The imagery for these… Continue reading

Part 2: Kellogg: Webb Road Redesign

Part 1 of this series on our Kellogg project, in Wichita, KS, explained the initial conceptual design inspirations for the project and demonstrated how these inspirations influenced our primary design work. After these… Continue reading

Part I: Kellogg: Initial Design Inspirations

Our Kellogg project, in Wichita KS, will soon begin construction. The concepts presented in this post document our initial work. The project started in 2007 and has changed significantly over those eight years.… Continue reading

Light Up the Community

Our recent project, Meadowood Mall Complex, features programmable LED light towers. During the day, the sun highlights the patterned concrete surfaces suggesting the ancient life forms of the Great Basin. The insides of… Continue reading

Evolution of Process, Part 3: Future Goals

Even though our digital process now lets us give valuable visuals of our designs to our clients, they are not true real world representations. This can lead to models seeming too perfect or… Continue reading

Community Identity at Airway

Our initial involvement with the City of El Paso, Texas, involved creating an Aesthetic Improvement Master Plan for the I-10 corridor, an aging highway running through the city. We suggested a series of… Continue reading