Category Archives: Future opportunities

Open Space and the Public Realm on a University Campus

Open Space and the Public Realm on a University Campus

Imagine you are walking along the path of your routine commute from point A to point B. What does it look like? Why did you choose that path to your destination? Is it safe? Is it inviting? Is it scenic? As designers, we incorporate our stakeholders’ comments and our expertise of landscape architecture to create a vision that captures a space’s sense of purpose, beauty and function. We believe that in addition to a college or university’s architectural components, the….

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Browning Day Earns Half Century Award

Browning Day Earns Half Century Award

Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf was given a Half Century Business Award by Gov. Eric Holcomb during a presentation at the Indiana Statehouse on March 27. The Governor’s Half Century Business Award recognizes a company for its longevity and service to its employees, community and the state. “We are honored and humbled to accept this award,” said Jonathan Hess, president of Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf. “We are thankful to our founders, past partners and exceptionally talented staff for making this possible…..

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The Next Significant Place

The Next Significant Place

The City of Indianapolis’ next unique design opportunity has the potential for a major impact on the way our community is positioned for the future. The former General Motors (GM) Stamping Plant – a 103-acre parcel of land west of the downtown – is one of the last, large undeveloped parcels in downtown. With the White River as its eastern border, this land is an ideal location for a riverfront greenspace, transit route extension, new residential, retail and commercial uses,….

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The Future of Parks in Indianapolis

The Future of Parks in Indianapolis

As the dust settles on one of the most contentious election seasons in U.S. history, many Americans are finding themselves deeply unsettled about the trajectory of our country and its communities. In addition to concerns regarding national security, economic stability, and unity shared by many, I also find myself both concerned – and more importantly – optimistic about the future of parks and public spaces in Indianapolis. Indianapolis has a large and uniquely historic city park system, which includes 210….

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Suburban America in the 21st Century

Suburban America in the 21st Century

ULI Indiana and the City of Fishers recently hosted three noteworthy design professionals from the United States and Canada to tour the City of Fishers and meet with the City Council to listen to their current challenges and give feedback about future opportunities. On Sept. 1st, Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf architects attended ULI’s panel discussion. The discussion was held at the newly created Launch Fishers (http://launchfishers.com/), an innovative co-op space for local entrepreneurs, independent contractors and small businesses alike. The….

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