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storrow|kinsella associates, an award-winning planning and design studio in Indianapolis, is dedicated to the creation of strategies, places and connections in the public realm. The studio applies systems thinking and design expertise to development of innovative strategies, inspiring places, and optimized connections. We partner with engaged clients to discover and realize near and long term quality of life imperatives guided by a vision of the possible. Join us in creating an innovative plan, great place or balanced transportation corridor. Contact us here to set up a strategy session.

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#20| Alice Carter Place featured for World Landscape Architecture month
#20| Alice Carter Place featured for World Landscape Architecture month
Featured in World Landscape Architecture Month; Alice Carter Place on historic north Meridian Street, Indianapolis, is a pocket park that strengthens connectivity and placemaking.[...more]
#19| Downtown Revitalization Plan, Hope, Indiana
#19| Downtown Revitalization Plan, Hope, Indiana
Storrow Kinsella is working with the Town of Hope to revitalize its downtown historic Town Square district. An energetic Main Street of Hope committee of residents and business owners is spearheading the effort. The revitalization plan seeks to enhance the town’s position as a regional resource and cultural destination while remaining true to its 1820's heritage.[...more]
#18| The 2017 Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership
#18| The 2017 Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership
On March 3rd, Meg was an invited presenter and panelist in a dialogue with local and national leaders regarding the value of urban parks and greenspace in maintaining a world-class city. The event was the 2017 Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership at the University of Indianapolis. The day started with an INconversation between Justin Garrett Moore and Neelay Bhatt.[...more]
#17 Groundbreaking Guidebook on Placemaking
#17 Groundbreaking Guidebook on Placemaking
Storrow Kinsella's work for the Indianapolis MPO was featured in a groundbreaking Guidebook on Placemaking. The Multi-Modal Corridor and Public Space Design Guidelines emphasize the link between a balanced transportation system and quality of life. This publication from Michigan State University Land Policy Institute promotes placemaking as an economic development tool.[...more]
#16| Premiere screening 10 Parks That Changed America
#16| Premiere screening 10 Parks That Changed America
PBS Senior Producer Dan Protess  hosted the Indianapolis premiere of the PBS Special, "10 Parks that Changed America" at Garfield Park Art Center, in Indianapolis. Dan introduced the special show, and moderated a panel discussion regarding the importance of parks to Indianapolis and its region.  Panelists inlcuded Meg Storrow, FASLA, landscape architect and principal of Storrow Kinsella Associates[...more]

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