Visitors enjoy all the comforts of home, but on a very small scale. Indeed, the place looks like someone crammed an impeccably decorated, shabby-chic cottage into a phone booth.
Bio-Response Solution’s flagship product liquefies human corpses, turning muscle, flesh and fat into a coffee-colored effluent that can be swirled down the drain.
Stephanie Fernhaber is using a trendy creative strategy called “design thinking” to crack a problem that could be made worse as Marsh Supermarkets continues to shed locations.
Rundell Ernstberger Associates' design features an interactive fountain and an event lawn accommodating up to 1,500 people. The first proposal, from another architect, was scrapped because it was too expensive.
An Anderson University fine-arts-major-turned-entrepreneur has helped develop a unique student-loan-forgiveness program that encourages recent Indiana graduates to set up shop in Anderson.
It was quite a change, to say the least, from the Jim O’Neils’ previous abode—a large but traditional home on 116th Street.
This year, Steve Ross, 62, celebrates three decades as owner of The Vogue, perhaps (after the Central Canal) Broad Ripple’s most enduring landmark.
Pharmacy grads used to have their pick of six-figure jobs. But competition stiffened after dozens of new schools opened, sharply increasing the supply of newly minted pharmacists.
Taft’s lifelong commitment to urban neighborhoods has earned him the distinction of being the 23rd recipient of IBJ’s Michael A. Carroll Award.
K.C. Cohen a big fan of windows and open floor plans, which explains why his home is mostly a vast bank of windows.
Four months ago, Robert Whitt left his position as executive director of White River State Park to become president and co-owner of Sun King Brewing Co.—a move he made despite having no experience in the industry. But he says Sun King is a “very special place” and he just couldn’t resist making the move.
Realtor Joe Shoemaker spends most of his days studying home interiors and exteriors. That’s why he opted for a minimalist approach when he constructed his Fletcher Place abode.