About the speaker
Wes Featherston is an architect and owner of Process Architecture, an Orlando architectural firm.
After coming to Orlando 10 years ago to work in larger established firms he saw an opportunity for architecture to engage the community both through the creative process and the end result.
His firm, Process Architecture was founded with the belief that the architectural process is visible and exposed. It is informed through collaboration with clients, contractors, fabricators, artists, and the community at large.
“It is through these connections and the sense of awareness of our own surroundings that we gain a better understanding of the community and the forces that shape it. We always get involved. We educate ourselves and act on our interests. A lot of our work comes from identifying opportunities in the community. We see something that interests us. We research it. We ask people what they need and with them we move forward to a solution.”
Process is not just a means to architecture. It is just as valuable as the architecture itself.
Current work includes the Princeton Warehouse, Downtown CREDO, 190 S Orange Avenue, Tupperware Brands and a new line of bus stop shelters for Lynx.
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