Trained as both artists and architects, Frances Nelson and Bradly Gunn are interested in creating work that is engaging, compelling and beautiful. Their installation projects explore the use of simple, straightforward materials in conjunction with manual and digital fabrication techniques. Together they focus on creating work that makes for better spaces, and ultimately, better experiences.
Frances Nelson earned a Master of Architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies from the University of Washington. She is a practicing artist as well as a designer with Sundberg Kennedy Ly-Au Young Architects in Seattle.
Bradly Gunn earned his professional degree in architecture and studied fine arts at Washington State University. He is the founder of RAWSCHACH, an art and design studio, where he develops creative work as a means to engage the public on issues of art and design.