Curiosity is our not-so-secret weapon. It's deeply embedded in our culture and our problem solving process. The right questions produce remarkable answers - answers that create space where there used to be air, that predicts the future of learning, working and living. It's why every TowerPinkster project starts with a new set of questions.
We have been fortunate to experience so much success, growth, evolution, and joy over the past 70 years and it’s important to take a moment and reflect on just how far we have come.
Working hand-in-hand with the Aquinas College community, our team transformed their aging lab building into a modern space for learning and research.
The new research + development center for a global medical device company oozes amenities and encourages connections among staff.
The mixed-use Warner Building at 180 Water St. in Kalamazoo provides much needed housing and community space while hosting key community organizations such as Kalamazoo Promise, Southwest Michigan First, and others.
Two new Michigan Veteran Homes embrace the concept of resident-centered care, which provides all residents with private rooms, exceptional care, and the freedom to safely move throughout the campus.
The renovation of Lilly Library at Indiana University elevates its capability to preserve rare materials, protect library holdings, and educate visitors.
After years of continued growth, we’re excited to announce our move to downtown New Albany.
We are thrilled to share that Delta College’s new Midland Center has achieved LEED Gold level certification. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is…
We only hire curious people who will thrive in our curious culture. It’s why our retention rate is off the charts and why we’ve been voted best firm to work for in the USA three years in a row. It’s why we can hire the highest caliber people who answer questions others may never ask so we can create design solutions that are better than you ever imagined.
The best questions come from our clients. Questions that come from a deep understanding of their organizational goals, their culture, and industry – questions that help us ask better questions.