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News & Events

21c Museum Hotels Announces Indianapolis Project

February 26, 2015

21c Museum Hotels announced its plan to redevelop Old City Hall in downtown Indianapolis today. The project will include the rehabilitation of Old City Hall and the construction of a new addition on the adjacent parcel into a 21c Museum Hotel and unique tenant space.

We look forward to working on our second project with the City of Indianapolis and on our ninth project with 21c Museum Hotels. We are currently designing Cummins Inc.’s new Indianapolis Distribution Business headquarters in the Market East District. The Old City Hall is also located in the Market East District.

Read the full 21c Museum Hotel announcement here.

21c Museum Hotel Bentonville

February 17, 2015

Deborah will talk at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art as the featured guest of the museum’s Architecture Speaker Series. The talk will take place on Wednesday, March 4th at the Moshe Safdie-designed museum, a short walk from 21c Museum Hotel Bentonville. If you are in the Bentonville area, find information about attending the lecture here.

Deborah will also lecture at the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock the night before, on Tuesday, March 3rd. Find more information about the Arts Center’s Art of Architecture series here.

Office Exhibition: Banana Coin Trick

February 2, 2015

“Banana Coin Trick,” an exhibition of works by artists Beka Goedde and Rachel Ostrow, is now on view in our office. Though pieces in the show vary in scale and media – Ostrow’s oil painting Sweet chariot measures 4’ x 5’ while Fork Out, the Goedde sculpture of clay and leafing, measures 0.5” x 2.5” x 1” – they create a dynamic exhibition throughout our gallery spaces. “Banana Coin Trick” is the latest in our ongoing series of art shows and is on view by appointment through March 5th.

Find images of the show and learn more about Goedde and Ostrow here and here.