Brian Sandford and Seantel Trombly are both recent Master of Architecture Graduates from Wentworth Institute of Technology who individually focused their theses around studying the ways in which the built environment affects our will and ability to interact with those around us. Their focus was around design at the installation scale to allow for immediate testing on the 1:1 experience of design ideas.
Post their April 2018 graduation, the two of them continue to push their research by working together to construct and study these nascent ideas work within a complex public realm. Brian and Seantel hope to influence the greater architectural discipline by getting users and their communities to be more aware of the spaces they create and how they inhabit them together.
SEANTEL RAE TROMBLY
Seantel is a motivated poet, artist, designer, and speaker. She aims her work to focus around the smaller moments of greater public interactions. She has always been inspired by the ways in which our built environment influences our day-to-day lives and is determined to be a part of a positive and pinnacle shift with our culture.
Brian is an emerging artist and designer interested in the intersections between art and architecture, and the ways those disciplines can influence the quality and activity of urban public realms. His work is primarily focused on a combination of research and built installations, inviting people to see those around them in new and complex ways. In this time of intensive public and political debate, he believes in the power behind a simple shift in perspective.