/ÄRKƏ JĪV/ The language of design

Design starts with looking and listening. Finding the beauty in fragments, and visualizing how the pieces may connect to form a bigger picture.


Throughout this site you’ll find historic objects that symbolize entrepreneurial projects, ideas, and tools. Often tiny, always old, they represent the creative process. Big ideas emerge from small steps, and an eye for the details.

Rachel Wright is a Culture Advocate and Entrepreneur, who is passionate about creative economies. She leads product and business strategy for CultureTech, a start-up headquartered in New York, with a small distributed team in Los Angeles, Boston and Issaquah (her office just outside Seattle).

Under the umbrella of ARCHIJIVE, she takes on select projects to explore the use of open source tools and affordable cloud technologies, helping small business entrepreneurs strengthen their brands and grow business.

We put a locomotive in motion, and there’s no stopping it now.

- Curt Heikell, Owner of the Monti Bay Lodge