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Thanks to his training in the Bauhaus tradition, Rick Wright created RWA in a spirit which embraces lessons learned through architecture, art, graphic design, textiles, pottery, interior design, industrial design, typography, and other design disciplines. 

Below you will find several examples of objects designed by RWA, through which design principles are explored, with varying degrees of utility.

A tesselating block, created by rotating a two-dimensional dissection of a square and extending into the third dimension.

A simple and effective package for a fragile object, lovingly hand-crafted with humble materials, and with reverence for geometry. The equilateral triangle celebrated!

The Richard Wright Architects job sign and its history.

A sampling of Rick Wright's fascination with light, form, pattern, and fabrication processes.