Non-profit projects are often unique programs that are specific to a building or site. This often forces some design concepts that can be very unusual but make interesting and exciting projects. The nature of the missions that these institutions serve can be some of the most challenging but rewarding projects.
competition entry rendering, pen and ink, zipatone, photo-collage
completion rendering, pencil on strathmore board
from the west on Harry Hines Blvd.
Kurth Hall recital room
engine room rehearsal hall
mezzenine gathering hall
lobby, stair and Water Department Turtle Creek Pump Station Museum
Liberty St. facade
the Wilson Block front yard along Swiss Ave.
porch view of the Wilson Block
schematic master site and landscape plan, prismacolor on paper
from the approach parking area
rear addition and staircase
glass hyphen and bridges
view from west above the dayroom
dayroom from the north
Visitors Center from the north on Houston St.
auditorium with sullivanesque proscenium
fund-raising rendering poster, white and color prismacolor on museum board
restored Annex facade on W. Wardville St.
front entry from the west
east entry plaza
south lobby class area
approach from the north
art wall trellis and steps along Flora St.
steps and trellis arms
rendering for project announcement, prismacolor on paper
Flora St. arc wall, steps and trellis
proposal rendering, plastic lead on mylar, watercolor on paper
view from east bank of the lake
boat house and boats
filter building assembly hall
front entry facade
lobby at the grand entrance