The East side home of the late Columbus artist was transformed into a dual living and creative studio for artist residency.
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Studio Architect, Brenda Parker, lead the architectural efforts for the renovation of the Aminah Robinson house. The East side home of the late Columbus artist was transformed into a dual living and creative studio for artist residency. The architectural efforts entailed documenting the restoration and repair of the house to implement the Museum’s goals for the balance of preservation and current day functionality.
The inaugural program will award an African American professional visual artist the opportunity to live and work in Robinson's home, in addition to a stipend, every year.
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Molly Bryant - Interior Design
Molly is a NCIDQ certified interior designer here at the Columbus Architectural Studio. As an interior designer, Molly has a passion for creating spaces that solve problems and improve the overall environment to better support the end user. Molly values continuing education through design research. With a focus on creative and collaborative office environments in her graduate studies, she continues to apply this knowledge as a resource in workplace projects. No matter the size of the project, Molly gives her full attention to each client and is a firm believer that design is in the details. In addition to corporate office projects, Molly has design experience in hospitality, multi-family, and retail environments.