Tag Archive: Wichita

Blown Away by Wichita’s New East Kellogg Walls

In April and June, 2018, Vicki traveled to Wichita, KS, to oversee the the construction of our East Kellogg concrete walls. The wall patterning takes its inspiration from the motion of the wind… 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 blog document our initial work. The project started in 2007 and has changed significantly over those eight years.… Continue reading

Evolution of Process, Part 2: Current Practice

We specialize in collaborative design for communities. This means we often work on design teams for large-scale projects.  These teams include engineers, architects, landscape architects, and public art coordinators. Being able to communicate… Continue reading

Wichita: Bridges over Kellogg Design Process

A five-mile highway improvement east of downtown Wichita, the Kellogg project makes a grand gesture through the plains. Using the influences of local geology, industry, history, and the imagery of wind through the… Continue reading

Digital Design

Our designs often incorporate surface relief, texture and patterning achieved through concrete formwork. Previously this was done through placement of hand carved or natural stone elements. As technology advances, more and more of… Continue reading