Good design is a process of discovering innovative solutions.
Rod Knipper, Principal
Creating a “village” to house various services was the main goal for the design of this project. The interior of the space resembles a small village with wood siding and residential elements. The strong focus on designing an interactive, colorful, and inviting environment helped develop a space that children are excited to come to.View Project
Inspired by the rugged beauty of the Yakima Valley, Eisenhower High School stands as a strong and memorable symbol of the community. Each area was carefully planned to provide the space and functionality required by the current curriculum and allow shifts in educational delivery. The new Eisenhower High School not only supports the educational needs of the students, it captures the vision of the community and expresses the character of the region.View Project
The design goals for the KVH Hospital Addition were centered on three main concepts: integration of context, natural light, and timelessness. It was important for the interior to bring a nurturing, soothing, peaceful and healing quality to a health care environment that is inherently more technically and emotionally demanding.View Project