Austin 13 + 14

It is exciting to finally post these images, as they have been in my back pocket for quite some time. As mentioned previously, 2017 was filled with Austin, Texas travel; but the travel did not end at the new year. For the past 9 months, 2 other floors have come on board and the first day of business began this past Monday.

Similar to the other project, AP+I teamed up with CTA Architects and Engineers, and the results are amazing! While the images below show the DD process from our Oculus ready model, they do not compare to what it feels like walking the space. I wish I could show you photos, but for now, you will have to take my word for it.

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Umbrella Reality

Back in 2010, I created a concept called the Rainshade Canopy : Imprinting Time on Architecture. It was a submission for a competition that ultimately didn’t win, but I always thought the concept was solid. The goal was to beautify The City of Seattle’s alleys by using umbrellas in a whimsical manner. These umbrellas were special in that they had a water reactive coating that, once wet, they changed color and revealed a design beneath, bringing a pop of playful color on those grey Seattle days.

A friend on mine recently sent me the Youtube Link below for Redlands’ Orange Street Alley. While it does not have the same color changing concept, the brilliant colors and whimsical nature is spot on! Kudos to the team! I find it to be a truly beautiful installation.

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Happy Holidays

AP+I got pretty creative this year for our holiday card and so I just had to share. It was put together by our growing Graphic Design crew. See if you can’t spot the spinning elf! (yes mom, that’s me.)

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