Earlier this year, we were honored to have been shortlisted for the Public Art component of the KCPL Charlotte Street Substation in the historic Northeast. After many hours of research into the site and surrounding neighborhoods and the nature of electricity and electrical transformation, we developed a proposal entitled "KCPL Transformations."
Over the years, Dan has contributed a number of articles to Dwell magazine, serving as a voice of the architectural profession to break down complex topics so that homeowners can better understand them. The latest, in collaboration with other thought leaders in the industry, tackles the topic of Smart Home Technology.
The Big Picnic was held on Sunday at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, and for the second year in a row, DRAW sponsored the Quick Paint competition.
Dominique and the DRAW team are more inspired and motivated than ever about the potential that emerging Smart City technologies embody for solving critical problems our cities face.
The Day Residence in Leawood, Kansas is designed in a style that we like to think of it as "stealth modern." Viewed from the street, the home fits into the neighborhood fabric without calling too much attention to itself. Though, as you enter the front door, it's clear that the experience of the house is more dynamic than its first impression would have you believe.
For more than three decades, Dan has shared a remarkable relationship with his beloved white Koh-i-noor Rapidomatic 0.5mm #5635 mechanical pencil. Purchased from the Tulane University Bookstore in 1985, it has accompanied Dan for most of his architectural journey--except for the times he has lost it, which are many. No matter how long it goes away--two days, two weeks, two months, two years, twelve years--it just keeps coming back.