2004 celebrated the opening of the Sally and Don Lucas Artists Residency Program facility. The 10 LEED certified, discipline-specific live/work studios and commons buildings were designed by six unique teams of architects in collaboration with contemporary artists. Each studio is wireless, and the residency has tools, technology, and production equipment available for visiting artists as needed.

Knight Ridder Commons

StastnyBrun Architects, Inc. with Tad Savinar


20: Saruko & William Fisher Studio
21: Paula Andre Studio

Architecture by Dan Solomon, Solomon E.T.C. A WRT Company, with Patrick Gleeson & Nellie King Solomon

studios 20, 21

30: Clifford W. Nelson Studio
31: The William H. Donner Foundation Studio

Hodgetts + Fung Design and Architecture with Lee Breuer

studios 30, 31

40: John Bluth Studio
41: Robert Kirkwood Studio

MACK Architect(S) with David Ireland

studios 40, 41

50: Peter E. Doyle Studio
51: Jennifer & Philip DiNapoli Studio

Jim Jennings Architecture with Richard Serra & Czeslaw Milosz

studios 50, 51

60: Debbie & Bryan Stolle Studio
61: Diane M. Brandenburg Studio

Architecture by Adèle Naudé Santos, Santos Prescott & Associates with Doug Hollis

studios 60, 61