Tag: USA architecture

The Lacey | Division1

The Lacey | Division1

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• June 11, 2011 • Comments (0)

Division1 has designed the Lacey condominium building located in Washington, DC. Program The Lacey is a 26-unit, four level, 25,000 SF residential building organized around a three-level central corridor/atrium. Outdoor space is ample with a communal second floor terrace and rooftop, as well as private balconies, courtyards, and terraces for the units. Neighborhood The Lacey […]

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W Street Residence | Division1

W Street Residence | Division1

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• June 7, 2011 • Comments (0)

The W Street Residence is organized into three levels: the first level functions as an office, guest quarters, or rental studio with access from within the main house and the street; the second level comprises the main living/social space and is defined by an open plan that extends beyond the perimeter wall to become an […]

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The Roberts Residence | Division1

The Roberts Residence | Division1

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• June 7, 2011 • Comments (0)

Designed by American architecture firm Division1, the ¾ acre site of the Roberts Residence is bound by, a residential street along its west edge, single-family detached residences on adjacent lots to the north and south, and a wooded park towards the rear. At the front of the site along the street edge the site drops […]

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Tassafaronga Village | David Baker + Partners

Tassafaronga Village | David Baker + Partners

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• May 27, 2011 • Comments (0)

This project works on every level, creating a haven for its occupants without forgetting to engage its communities. The team preserved embodied energy by artfully repurposing an existing building. Variety and articulation of different building and unit types are expressed both on the exterior facing the street, as well as the interiors facing the public […]

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Napa Valley Vintners - Jackse Winery | Architectural Resources Group

Napa Valley Vintners – Jackse Winery | Architectural Resources Group

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• May 23, 2011 • Comments (0)

The Jackse Winery, one of St. Helena’s oldest wood-framed winery buildings, has recently been restored and expanded to serve as the permanent offices for the Napa Valley Vintners, a non-profit organization responsible for protecting and promoting the smaller wineries in this premier winegrowing region. Built between 1905 and 1913 by Austrian immigrant and vintner Stephen […]

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h2hotel | David Baker + Partners

h2hotel | David Baker + Partners

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• May 3, 2011 • Comments (2)

In Healdsburg, California, h2hotel, is a new eco-conscious hotel designed by David Baker + Partners, the hotel has recently opened its doors to guests. A glimpse of the undulating green roof of this sustainable inn signals your arrival in historic downtown Healdsburg. The sister property to an acclaimed luxury hotel down the street, h2hotel offers […]

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Dorsey Residence | Coates Design

Dorsey Residence | Coates Design

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• April 27, 2011 • Comments (2)

Coates Design has designed the Dorsey Residence in Bainbridge Island, Washington, USA. This custom island house symbolizes its owner. From the outside, the home is an anonymous, almost austere, monumental concrete facade anchored deep into the hillside on a waterfront property. Much of the home is hidden behind the two-story concrete face. Upon entering, it […]

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Rita Atkinson Residences | Valerio Dewalt Train Associates

Rita Atkinson Residences | Valerio Dewalt Train Associates

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• April 27, 2011 • Comments (1)

Valerio Dewalt Train Associates, in partnership with Webcor Builders, has recently completed a nine-story, 226-unit residence hall that anchors UC San Diego’s new medical school campus. Faced with a projected increase in the enrollment of graduate and professional students, a shortfall of on-campus residences, and the goal of housing half of the student population in […]

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Miracle Above Manhattan - New York's High Line by National Geographic

Miracle Above Manhattan – New York’s High Line by National Geographic

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• April 3, 2011 • Comments (0)

Every city needs parks, but how about those highly developed cities like New York City, London, Hong Kong? It is impossible to squeeze and create a green park from their exiting dense contexts. The April issue of the National Geographic magazine features a really neat piece on how an abandoned rail line in New York […]

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Lion's Head | Bates Masi + Architects

Lion’s Head | Bates Masi + Architects

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• March 27, 2011 • Comments (0)

Designed by Bates Masi + Architects, the Lion’s Head house was designed to set on a narrow property atop a bluff overlooking Gardiner’s Bay, this house replaces a vacation home shared by two brothers and their families for over 25 years before it was destroyed by fire. Since originally building on the site, new regulations […]

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