Why FiELD9: architecture?
Architecture does not exist in a vacuum.
Architecture is a cultural act that serves as a means to shape community.
It creates space, not simply buildings; space to interact and engage.
It serves as the FiELD in which activity takes place and the scaffolding upon which our community is built.
We at FiELD9: architecture recognize architecture as a cultural activity while still serving the needs of the client. Since 2010, we’ve worked with our clients, in terms of both use and budget, to bring about innovative and culturally relevant solutions to their programmatic needs.
About Matthew Stanfield:
Owner Matthew Stanfield obtained his M. Arch degree from The Ohio State University in 2003 and gained a wealth of experience during his eleven years at Marion Zaugg, Architect and Designer. As a registered architect in the state of Ohio, he provides full architectural services to clients with projects within the state. His NCARB certification expands his ability to work in other states as well.
Stanfield’s investment in the community of Mansfield, Ohio (including the greater Richland County area) extends to volunteer work with Habitat for Humanity, North Lake Community Garden, North Lake Neighborhood Watch, Richland Community Development Group, and Friends of Mansfield Parks.