On this day in 1998, Synthesis Incorporated opened for business. What started out as an office in a two-room space located in a refurbished school house has evolved into a successful design studio that has earned numerous design awards and has an annual capacity of $200 M.
Synthesis Incorporated, an architectural firm located in downtown Indianapolis, provides architectural, interior design, and visioning for civic, healthcare, higher education, historic preservation, institutional, life sciences, retail, and senior living markets.
Our ideation approach synthesizes research, analysis of existing program/facilities and day-in-the-life atmospherics to author your vision. Immersed in our client’s organization and culture, we question and collaborate to better understand their necessities, wishes, and goals. The result is a vision that inspires, motivates, and evokes a holistic response. Our role encompasses more than simply understanding how buildings, spaces and sites relate to one another, it’s about making people lives better.
Our clients have come to count on Synthesis. Their success is our success. Our partnership approach and collaborative philosophy contributes greatly to the fact that more than 90% of Synthesis’ current project list is generated by repeat clients.
Some of our past notable projects, include the Eskenazi Outpatient Care Center, Juan Soloman Park, INDOT Ft. Wayne Administration Building, IUPUI School of Nursing, Sure-Tech Laboratories, GM Stamping Plant Land Use Plan, 16 Tech Visioning, and the nearly complete Purdue University Controlled Environment Phenotyping Facility. This will be one of the first facilities in the country capable of imaging full height corn for research.
Eskenazi Outpatientl Care Center
Juan Solomon Park
We would like to thank each of our colleagues, clients and friends who have helped make the last 19 years a success. We look forward to sharing our upcoming 20th anniversary together and all that the future has in store. At 19, we are just getting started!
INDOT Ft. Wayne Administration Building