who are we?
Tony Jacobs, AIA | firstname.lastname@example.org | (316) 350.5631
In both work and educational pursuits, Tony Jacobs seeks out the poetic and renders it tangible. He is passionate about his chosen field, believing architecture only achieves its highest purpose when intertwined with a broad foundation in the liberal arts and an appreciation of the fine arts.
Tony insists on starting any project with a fully-developed, holistic design vision, ensuring that all technical aspects are well integrated, since both are essential to the overall success of any project. His mission is to create lasting work that is poetic, and a true joy to experience, with the intrinsic goal of keeping projects constructible, economical, durable, and with an unparalleled level of performance.
Chad Jimenez | email@example.com | 316.650.9643
Chad enjoys collaboration. Whether it's with the Studium team or a client, he believes that this is an imperative piece in the design process. Expressing the concept to the client through graphic illustration is also essential. The process of translating a design, from concept through schematic line work into a 3D model with depth, color and texture, is crucial to allowing the architectural team, the owner, and the community to participate in the shaping and sharing of design intent and vision. Chad has spent fifteen years in architectural and engineering offices honing these important skills. His ability to communicate ideas in graphic form, hands-on experience, and his candor in discussions make him an invaluable member of our design team.
Wes Morgan | firstname.lastname@example.org |(316) 200.8353
Architects can often be too far removed from the processes and knowledge of what it takes to actually construct the things they spend all their time imagining. Wes Morgan began his architectural career in construction, which allows him to be a very effective designer and detailer. His background gives him great perception in conceptualizing ideas that are not only visually attractive, but also technically doable.When Wes designs, he doesn’t just see lines– he envisions the actual product he is designing and how it will come together. This intuition helps Wes to push the limits of creativity and appreciation for design while knowing how it will be built.