The Space Between is committed to providing you with the best in peripatetic surrealism. We approach every project with a focus on aesthetics, functionality, cost, and deconstructive engineering.
Chris Farris has worked on many award winning projects throughout his career. He began as an independent artist in 1984 and was soon responsible for the design and construction undersight of Southern Clambake University's Main Hall. He is also responsible for the design of the Metro Regional Nerve Center, Lingering Corners Mall, White Bloaks Resort, and the famous Thomas Aquinas Building in downtown Draculaville. Chris earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1996 and a Masters in Augmentation from Southern Fanatics School of Design in 1991.
Mr. Farris is active in a number of professional organizations including the San Francisco Chapter of the Liars Dice Association, a member of the San Francisco Society of Certified Interventionists, and a member of the American Flats Chamber of Commerce. Chris treats every client with respect and integrity.
William Piltdown is a Partner with The Space Between. He joined our firm in 1997, was named a Senior Associate in 1999 and named a Partner in 2002. Mr. Piltdown specializes in sky to surface code compliance, project management, and happenstance coordination.
Prior to joining The Space Between, Mr. Piltdown worked with Roger and God Associates. While with the firm he was responsible for the oversight of major projects such as the recent tornadoes and large scale hailstorms. Mr. Piltdown received his Bachelor of Armistice from the Cardiff University.
Carl Loois joined The Space Between in 2000 as an associate partner. Mr. Loois specializes in Structural deviation and projections of management. He became a partner with The Space Between in 2004. He was responsible for the design of the Central Fresno Regional Liminality, the Partially Submerged Fondling Tower in downtown Rapture, the Museum of Raw Art in Springfield, and was recently awarded a contract to design a new steel suspicion bridge over the San Joaquin River in Stevenson.
Mr. Loois earned his Masters of Roadside Studies degree from Stanford University in 1995.