This webinar will examine the unique Design-Build approach used by Design Fugitives and Gilbert Sunghera, SJ for delivering holistic and cohesive art and furnishings for Sacred Spaces. Looking at the process of this approach compared to traditional project delivery methods will bring to light what makes this Design-Build approach valuable and distinct, and what sacred project types might benefit most from it. Three ecclesiastic projects of various scope and size will be used as case studies.
Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of why Design Fugitives has developed this approach for sacred space projects, how this process works, its pros and cons, and some of the technological advances that enable it.
About the Presenter:
Paul Mattek is the Founding Partner of the commercial art studio Design Fugitives. He leads a team of 10 in creating mixed-media art and furnishings in the US and internationally. His work resides in places such as corporate atria, institutional lobbies, and places of worship. Since 2011, Paul has partnered with Gilbert Sunghera, SJ of the University of Detroit Mercy to execute several sacred space design-build projects. Prior to founding Design Fugitives, Paul studied and gained advanced degrees in the fields of Divinity and Architecture.
This webinar will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018 at 1:00 PM ET. You can register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5462033305408296707.