ABOUT

Workshop No. 5 was begun with the purpose of researching and designing concepts which provide for their environments.  From up-cycling building materials to designing smart homes which live synergistically with their occupants and self-healing buildings which strengthen over time, we are actively looking for ways to improve on the old schools of architecture.

 

We intend to utilize our skills at home and abroad to help with infrastructure development, disaster relief, and humanitarian action in marginalized areas. To achieve this, we are procuring both our materials and talent from sustainable and innovative sources. We are dedicated to superb craftsmanship and design.  We take time with the process to turn out excellent creations.

 

At every turn, Workshop No. 5 epitomizes Sustainability, Innovation, & Craftsmanship.

Bhavani Singal, the Founder of Workshop No.5, is a recipient of AIA Austin Award 2009.  Her work on Ella Wooten Neighborhood Park, Met Retail, and Rackspace has been published in the Texas Architect in 2009 and 2013. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design from the University of Houston.

BHAVANI SINGAL'S RESUME

Sarah Wigfield is an Associate Member of IIDA. She holds a Bachelor of Family and Consumer Science in Interior Design from Texas State University. She has worked on a variety of commercial and residential projects, including schools and libraries.

 SARAH WIGFIELD'S RESUME

WorkshopNo5 { } 512.710.9705 { } 1405 Rio Grande

ABOUT

ABOUT

Workshop No. 5 was begun with the purpose of researching and designing concepts which provide for their environments.  From up-cycling building materials to designing smart homes which live synergistically with their occupants and self-healing buildings which strengthen over time, we are actively looking for ways to improve on the old schools of architecture.

 

We intend to utilize our skills at home and abroad to help with infrastructure development, disaster relief, and humanitarian action in marginalized areas. To achieve this, we are procuring both our materials and talent from sustainable and innovative sources. We are dedicated to superb craftsmanship and design.  We take time with the process to turn out excellent creations.

 

At every turn, Workshop No. 5 epitomizes Sustainability, Innovation, & Craftsmanship.

Bhavani Singal, the Founder of Workshop No.5, is a recipient of AIA Austin Award 2009.  Her work on Ella Wooten Neighborhood Park, Met Retail, and Rackspace has been published in the Texas Architect in 2009 and 2013. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design from the University of Houston.

Sarah Wigfield is an Associate Member of IIDA. She holds a Bachelor of Family and Consumer Science in Interior Design from Texas State University. She has worked on a variety of commercial and residential projects, including schools and libraries.

WorkshopNo5 { } 512.710.9705 { } 1405 Rio Grande