Have you ever seen an architect in action? Have you ever wondered what an Architect’s desk/house/car/process looks like?
I’m excited to begin this monthly series of “Architectural Working Conditions” featuring all the wonderful South Dakota architects, designers and the like! This month features the attendees of the 2018 Design in the Hills, a small convention that takes place in the summer (Yes! Warm thoughts!) in various locations on the west side of the state. This year, the focus was on rural renewal which included a design charrette of revitalizing the site of an existing mill!
Allison Dvorak, AIA, CPHC, is a member of the AIA South Dakota Board of Directors, liaison to the Emerging Professionals and Communication committees, and an architect in Sioux Falls. She received her M.Arch from North Dakota State University in 2011 and continues to develop her Master’s thesis of researching and implementing design theories focused on human centered design through speaking engagements, design practice, and one-on-one client education. Allison lives in Sioux Falls with her husband and son.