Public Art: Print Veils

Public Art: Print Veils

In 2016, DRAW was shortlisted out of an initial list of hundreds of artists to create public art for a transit station on the Purple Line in Prince George's County, Maryland.  Print Veils was developed in response to our research on the site and the "International Corridor" community in which it is situated--a community dominated by immigrants from Central and South America, Africa and Southeast Asia.

Public Art: KCPL Transformations

Public Art: KCPL Transformations

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."

Dan Contributes to Dwell Magazine issue on Smart Homes

Dan Contributes to Dwell Magazine issue on Smart Homes

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.