Ashleigh brings experience in design, project management, and photography to her role at HAUS. As if Architecture weren’t enough, Ashleigh was also involved as a peer wellness ambassador, lead designer and editor for ‘Stance Philosophy Journal’, and active in student council.
We are excited to see how she can best immerse herself and actively demonstrate her creativity, marketing, and organizational skills!
Oct 2022, Indianapolis: Tom Wechsler proves he still has the magic touch at the recent bocce ball tournament held near Fletcher Place in Holy Rosary neighborhood. Will anyone be able to challenge the STW in 2023? Stay tuned!
We are happy to announce that Jennifer Moran has joined HAUS as Studio/Project Manager!
Jennifer brings experience in real estate and business management; however, her true superpower resides in the areas of organization and personal communications. We are looking forward to seeing how Jennifer will enhance our studio workflow and organization.
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Michael Shirley joins us as Student Intern for Spring Term through summer 2022!
He is currently pursuing his Bachelors of Architecture, with this internship putting a wrap on his 4th year.
If you see Michael in the studio, be sure to ask him about his rock-climbing expertise.
May 2022 – As it turns-out, Michael decided to dedicate his summer to rock-climbing and renovating a bus instead of working in studio through summer. BOOOOOO !!! They are not booing, just chanting “Michael, Michael, Michael !!!” 🙂 We wish you good luck in your future endeavors, Michael!
Ke’Toren Mendoza joins HAUS as architectural student intern for Fall Term!
We look forward to having Ke’Toren on the team to see how he can help us with our creative projects. Likewise, we look forward to giving him some good opportunities to learn and grow in his first opportunity at an architectural firm.
2020 is challenging us on various fronts beyond crazy architectural details and a worldwide virus without a cure. Now racial awareness issues have again come to the forefront and have challenged us to be better as a nation and as a people.
Architectural details are not a new thing, just tools to help solve functional problems, ideally with aesthetic benefit.
Viruses are not a new thing either. But most of us have not experienced this level of interruption to our daily routines from the threat of sickness.
And now the topic of racial diversity is before us front-and-center. How our differences affect all levels of the life experience has become a most urgent focus society-wide.
Is it possible to put all of these things together to make a difference and help spur positive change?
As we ponder how we can help, many of our “solutions” center on the things we know. For us, that is urban planning and architecture.
Is there any learning from the past that can help guide us? Perhaps. One particular effort comes to-mind. We dusted-off this thesis project from 1992 to see what motivated us to tackle similar issues almost 30 years ago.
Unification Memorial: Catalyst for Social Change – A learning resources center specifically attempting to raise awareness and shape views of past and existing racial diversity in the United States.
Is it naive to think that the process and result of creating a significant socially-conscious multi-purpose civic resource (a building) can serve as a “catalyst for social change”?
We are excited to announce a new addition to our team, Erika Rogers!
With a recently-achieved Masters degree in Architecture with a minor in Interior Design from Ball State University, Erika joins us today as Architectural Associate. Erika brings an interest in both architecture + interiors and how it can fit with the natural environment. We look forward to Erika’s fresh perspective and contributions to our firm culture.