Tyler Ashworth was recently recognized for his work as an HKS Design Fellow. In Feb 2012 Tyler was selected to participate in a weekend long design charette with a team of 3 others. The teams and design project, part of the HKS Design Fellowship program approached an adaptive reuse project for the Historic U-Line Arena (Washington Coliseum) in Washington, D.C. 3 design teams worked with the NoMa Business Improvement District and a local children’s music education non-profit to come up with conceptual designs for what would be Washington DC’s first music museum complete with interactive children’s educational spaces.
An article on the design project featured in the Washington Post can be found linked below.
More information on the HKS Fellowship and images from Tyler’s teams work as well as other teams can be found on the HKS website below.