Ordinary Is Unacceptable
We are Design Fugitives.
We are award-winning, high-tech commercial artists.
We create beautiful and meaningful architectural-scale art that leaves a legacy.
We specialize in atrium sculptures, 3D wall coverings, ecclesiastic art, and LED fixtures,
but will gladly consider any project that pushes the boundaries of what architectural-art can communicate.
We believe your project deserves more.
Partner, Business Development
Paul holds his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Wisconsin -Milwaukee. He brings a diverse background to DF including teaching, construction and design. Along with extensive client management, Paul responds to new business inquires and seeks out new leads for the next cool DF project.
Partner, Design Fabrication
Partner, Research & Development
Tuan has a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Wisconsin -Milwaukee. He brings a high level of design experience and project management expertise to DF.In addition to design activities, Tuan is the in-house expert on Digital Fabrication, Parametric Modeling and manages New Product Development.
Miguel is a conceptual artist and designer who is intrigued with the cultural significance of objects and how they affect our lives. He currently lives in Milwaukee and maintains an active studio practice. He is developing two tangent series, Hashtag Series + Quarter Scale. Miguel facilitates the process of materializing ideas concerning the fields of Sculpture, Product Design, and Spatial Design.
Siara studied at the Kansas City Art Institute where she received her BFA in sculpture and creative writing. She also studied furniture making and upholstery at the London School of Furniture Making and Shoreditch Design Room Studios.
Jenny recently graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a BFA in Design and Visual Communication.
Audrey received her BFA in Sculpture from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. Her studio practice is focused in the human form, and she is experienced in 3D modeling, fiber arts, and mold-making processes.
Design Fugitives | 160 S. 2nd St. | Milwaukee, WI | P: 414.377.3977 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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