Articulating Art's contribution as a designer is easy — he delivers refined architectural projects that integrate architecture, interiors, furniture, and art. With a client-centered approach, each project begins with examining the problem to create solutions that address client needs. His experience includes a range of project typologies: workplace, residential, hospitality, retail, and public spaces.
His passion for understanding world cultures through art, architecture, furniture, and landscape has led to extensive international travel. After studying abroad in Paris during graduate school, he has ventured to places like Argentina, Australia, Japan, Dubai, South Africa, and Europe. Essential to his travels is research before, during, and after each experience. He has been to six continents.
Art has an undergraduate degree in Economics and Art History from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. He received a Master’s degree in Architecture from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, where his master’s thesis examined film related to architecture and process. His interiors for The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati won a National AIA Award and were used extensively as a set for The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017).