Our next CAP lecture is a panel discussion at 4 p.m. Feb. 15 with Meticulous Architecture “CAPitalized: How we overcame our challenges and learned from our experiences as minorities in CAP to excel in our professional careers.” This special event features four Ball State CAP alumni: Damon Hewlin, Kionna Walker, Brian Robinson, and Nate Robert-Eze. Associate Professor of Architecture Olon Dotson will moderate the discussion.
Based in Indianapolis but active across the country and world, Meticulous Architecture defines its practice this way: “We are METICULOUS about work that is “Meaningful, Purposeful, and Impactful”. We approach each engagement as an opportunity to help positively shape the built environment around us and within our communities. It’s a conscious blend of form and function. With a diverse portfolio, a wealth of experience, and an exposure beyond the norm to draw from, we set out to find thoughtful solutions for clients who seek our assistance in bringing their vision to reality.”
A little more about the speakers:
- Damon Hewlin is a founding partner and principal with previous experience at multiple architect studios. He earned a BArch in 1999.
- Nate Robert-Eze is an urban designer and a founder of 2eze Apparel. He earned a BUPD in 2017 and a MUD in 2019.
- Kionna Walker is an architectural designer and founder of Next Great Architects – The Teaching Studio. She graduated with a BS in architecture in 2006.
- Brian Robinson is managing principal with previous experience at multiple architect studios. He earned a BArch in 2000.
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