WDi Architecture is an award winning Architectural Firm that has been recognized by customers and peers for our innovative and sustainable designs and attention to detail. Our portfolio show that our design approach provides high quality architectural, planning and design services for a wide variety of new construction and remodeling projects.

Portfolio

  • Corporate + Commercial

  • Higher Education

  • Government + Civil

  • Multi-family

  • Parks and Recreation

  • Healthcare

WDI Architecture, Inc., with affiliate organizations joined forces to form Architects Consortium, L.L.C. WDi as president of the consortium served as a primary point of contact for all business matters pertaining to the consortium (design, project management, and public relations).

This conceptual sketch illustrates our design approach to quality architectural design, master planning, space planning and sustainability. The design concept is built on a foundation of innovation and creative collaboration.

WDi Architecture, Inc./Architects Consortium, LLC provided Indianapolis Airport Authority this decorative view of the Rental Car Sales Stations within the Ground Transportation Center (GTC). The ground level of both the GTC and garage is devoted to Rental Automobile Company activities

WDI Architecture, Inc. is the Architect of Record for the Indiana University Bloomington Student Honors building. The Hutton Honors College is a two story building, at 14,000 gross square feet in size, with 8,495 S. F. assignable space. The building is designed aesthetically in the collegiate gothic style, serving as a bridge between the University and the neighborhood.

WDi Architecture, Inc./Architects Consortium, LLC provided Indianapolis Airport Authority this award winning Parking Garage and Ground Transportation Center. This architectural design reached beyond a typical parking structure garage. We enhanced night presence through lighting effects, specially-shaped, and illuminated egress stairwells.

Back to the basics ‘Old School’ wherein the architect would listen to the client and render a visual expression, with color, shading, and/or texturing to capture the client’s thoughts prior to developing computer generated design modeling. This interpretation can be used to describe the quality of execution where the structure answers the client’s needs verses the architect’s selfish desire for self gratification.