Designers

Walter Hood

Principal of Hood Design Studio

Among his many accolades and recognitions, North Carolina-native Hood was the 2009 recipient of the prestigious Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for Landscape Design. He was a 1997 winner of the Rome Prize and was recently a selected winner for the Venice Biennale. Notable completed projects include Splash Pad Park in Oakland, CA , the MH deYoung Museum in San Francisco and the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, Georgia. Winston-Salem’s Strollway Pedestrian Bridge is soon to be added to the list.

Larry Kirkland

Public Artist

Kirkland brings his expertise in collaborative, multi-scale, multi-dimensional installation artworks to the Business 40 Project. A member of the Public Art Network Council of Americans for the Arts, Kirkland’s notable public art projects include installations at the American Red Cross Headquarters, Portland International Airport, and New York’s Penn Station.

Donald MacDonald

Principal of Donald MacDonald Architects

Until he was commissioned for the Business 40 Project, MacDonald was best known for designing three of the nation’s most noted bridge structures: the Cooper River Bridge in Charleston, SC; The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, San Francisco, CA; and the retrofit of the Golden Gate Bridge. Most recently, he is the visionary behind Tilikum Crossing, the new pedestrian and bicycle bridge in Portland, Oregon.

Corridor Planners and Designers

Under the direction of project manager Glenn Walters, Creative Corridors Coalition hired Design Workshop in 2011 to conduct both an intensive public engagement process and to create the Visionary Master Plan and Design Guidelines that will influence the landscape of Winston-Salem for generations.

Based in the heart of downtown Winston-Salem for more than two decades, Stimmel Associates is an accomplished Landscape Architecture, Land Planning and Civil Engineering firm serving the Triad and the Southeast. With Christy Turner leading this project, they have been instrumental in the application of the Creative Corridors design guidelines to the realities of both the Business 40 and Research Parkway projects.