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How Might We Build This?

The public spotlight often shinebrightest on the artistic side of architecture design. And we agreethis should be celebrated. Yet, too often, the immense value of the technical and delivery side of design is understated; or worse, overlooked altogether. At DELV, we believe in a holistic approach, one that invites a variety of lenses to engage in the design process. In 2014, our very first addition to the team was an architect with such lenses.

Meet Joel Young.  

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Launching PechaKucha Indy: An Interview with Kelley Miller

DELV Architect Kelley Miller launches an Indianapolis chapter of PechaKuchathe world’s fastest growing storytelling platform. Japanese for “chit-chat” and used globally in more than 140 countries, the PechaKucha model brings people together to tell powerful, visually-compelling stories in a simple format—20 slides, 20 seconds for each slide. 

We sat down with Kelley to dig deeper into her motivation for this new launch and to learn more about how this simple idea is connecting people in meaningful ways. 

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Marisa Gegg Wins Design Competition

Interior designer, Marisa Gegg was inspired to apply her design chops in a new way–through textiles. Hosted by Haworth, Mayer Fabrics, and Commercial Office Environments, the Dreamweaver Textile Design Competition awarded Gegg top prize.

 

 

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DELV to Keynote Indy Design Week Conference

A week long celebration of design spanning across disciplines will be keynoted this year by two of DELV’s own, co-founder Cara Weber and architect Sam Vonderau.

The annual week’s festivities include 7 community events, 22 workshops and a showcase of 55 thought leaders for the opportunity to build connections, facilitate dialogue and exchange ideas.

 

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A Monumental Move

After 3+ decades, STAR Financial wanted to double down on their commitment to Indiana; so they planted their flag on the capital’s iconic monument circle and commissioned DELV to transform their new space within the historic Emmis Building.

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STAR Bank to design new space on iconic Monument Circle

STAR Bank sets sights on expansion and engages DELV to help design their new Indianapolis location on the iconic monument circle.

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Austin Zehr chosen for Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program

We’ve always known that Austin Zehr’s talents were ones to watch, and so it was no shock to learn he was chosen for the American Institute of Architect’s Christopher Kelley’s Leadership Development program. As one of sixteen emerging professionals selected to participate, this year-long initiative aims to…

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DELV’s Work Awarded Best-in-Show by SPACES Showcase

For the 2nd year in a row SPACES, a hub for workspace innovation, has awarded DELV’s work Best-in-Show. Lessonly, a rapidly scaling tech software company needed a new place to house their expanding team took home top prize in the 100+ employee category for the design of their new HQ.

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Jeremy Welu Named Young Architect of the Year by AIA

Each year AIA Indiana seeks to recognize individuals who are doing incredible work that’s advancing the profession, proving the importance of design, and making communities stronger.

The jury awarded, DELV partner, Jeremy Welu the distinction of Young Architect of the Year during the 2019 AIA Ohio Valley Region Convention in downtown Cincinnati, OH for his exceptional accomplishments in, and contributions to, the profession at large.

 

 

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IBJ: Fishers Test Kitchen helping young chefs give it a go

Inaugural cohort of chefs selected for the new Fishers Test Kitchen at the Yard at Fishers District.

DELV teamed up with the City of Fishers and Launch Fishers to design the Fishers Test Kitchen, a restaurant accelerator set to open in November inside the Sun King Fishers Innovation Brewery building. The test kitchen has three restaurant stands for chef entrepreneurs looking to launch a new concept. The chefs will take up residency at the kitchen for one to two years, showcasing their food, gaining business skills, and building a local following in preparation for moving on to open their own locations. 

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