Richard is co-founder and designer at Janus Motorcycles of Goshen, Indiana. From an early age a fascination with design and drawing paired with an ongoing interest in architecture and vehicles of all types have contributed to his co-founding of a new vehicle company. Richard holds a bachelor’s degree in literature from Thomas More College and a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Notre Dame.
Through his background in classical design, literature, art, and architecture, Richard has found inspiration for designs both in new innovation and invention, and in the imitation of great models of the past. Richard uses hand sketches, computer-aided drafting, 3D modeling, and traditional water-color rendering to explore design concepts and document finished products. He directs the design of every aspect of the bike, from the overall concept to its distinctive details. Richard lives in Goshen, Indiana with his wife and three daughters.
This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, Janus Motorcycles with Richard Worsham.
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