Architangent is a place for everything related to architecture. The goal of architangent is to show the importance of good design by relating it to our every day lives. It’s what we like to call approachable architecture; something that just makes sense and is easily understood by all disciplines and backgrounds.
Architecture can seem intimidating or overwhelming to the average person because they don’t interact with it on a regular basis. By focusing on residential projects, public buildings and local events, Architangent illustrates how the individual can experience architecture in a more personal and frequent manner. Architecture and good design exists all around us. By making the public aware of their current built environment, a dialogue can take place about the role of the individual within their community both now and in the future. Through awareness, education, and a bit of satire about the profession, Architangent aims to make architecture a discipline that is approachable by all.
We invite you to take a look around and follow a few tangents. Come see how architecture permeates every aspect of your life, and how good design makes a difference.
About Brinn Miracle
Brinn earned her Bachelors of Science in Architecture from Texas Tech University in 2006. In the summer of 2006, Brinn traveled abroad to Europe and spent three months studying architecture across eight different countries. Upon returning to the U.S. to pursue her Masters, Brinn worked with Curtis & Windham Architects in Houston, providing hand renderings and assisting on schematic designs for high end custom residences. In December 2008, Brinn was awarded her Masters of Architecture from Texas Tech University.
Following her education, Brinn secured a position as a designer with Morris Architects in Houston. Brinn’s work at Morris included a casino with hotel, and multiple South Texas College buildings, including an automotive technology center. Following her time at Morris, Brinn spent five years at Planning Design Research, an interior architecture firm focused on corporate interiors. Brinn currently works with Kirksey Architecture, a multi-disciplinary Architecture and Design firm in Houston. She also performs select residential contract work and is in the process of designing and building a home for her family. Brinn’s versatility allows her to provide an analytic and critical eye to projects across multiple disciplines.
In her free time, Brinn enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, being outdoors and discovering new adventures.
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