Title

Working Backwards

Authors/Contributors

Katherine Hogan
Vincent Petrarca

Document Type

Video

Date

Spring 2-24-2015

Embargo Period

5-23-2016

Keywords

architecture, tonic, working, backwards

Language

English

Disciplines

Architecture

Description/Abstract

Syracuse University School of Architecture Spring 2015 Lecture Series: "Working Backwards" by Katherine Hogan and Vincent Petrarca on February 24, 2015 at Slocum Hall

Additional Information

Katherine Hogan ’05, AIA, LEED AP and Vincent Petrarca, Associate AIA are founders and principals of Tonic Design, a design studio, and Tonic Construction, a North Carolina-based construction company. The two companies are separate but interacting entities. Together as a design-build firm, Tonic creates sensitive, modern, construction-led design solutions for all building types, including award-winning modern homes/new home construction, commercial, and cultural design and construction.

With the flexibility to take on the role of designer or general contractor (a builder for other designers), or both (designer/builder), Tonic’s knowledge of construction and design is a valuable editing device for the work they produce, and it increases the scope of their influence on the final product. As a methodology, Tonic embraces the influence of construction on design (construction-led design) and design on construction as the fundamental premise that defines our work.

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