designboom recently featured our award winning collaboration with Sheep + Stone on the Dots Office office in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan. Read more about the project and the amazing team behind it in our Portfolio.
Wellborn + Wright finished the reclaimed oak floors this week and are starting the steel + glass partitions at Modelogic’s Mid-Atlantic office, located in Richmond, VA! Tracks are in place for the partitions, frames to be installed soon. Modelogic is located in a historic building in the heart of Church Hill. For the renovation we took a reductive approach: all “modern” partitions were removed, with the historic interior painted a crisp white. New white oak floors add warmth while steel and glass partitions provide translucent dividers between varied program requirements ranging from open conference areas, agent offices, and private meeting rooms. Read more …
Yesterday, AIA Richmond announced their 2017 Award Winners and the Dots Office is among the winners! The awards banquet took place at The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design. See our portfolio to read more about the DOTS Office and the wonderful design team.
Solar Solutions was onsite at GIPHY today to install 3M Dichroic Film for the meeting rooms. Dichroic film contains a copper substrate that reflects a different color of light depending on the viewing angle. Check out the time lapse video of the installation below. You can also read more about the project in our Portfolio
Dezeen recently featured our work with Sheep + Stone on the Dots Office office in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan. Dezeen covers Architecture, Interiors, Design and Technology… this project seems to check all of those boxes. Read more about the project and the amazing team behind it in our Portfolio.
Six pallets of Alkusari Stone’s Texas Azul flooring arrived at our Polo Grounds Rd site this week. Luckily, our client has some friends with heavy equipment who helped unload the pallets containing nearly 18,000lbs of 16″x42″ stone tiles. The stone covers the Kitchen, Breakfast Nook, and Living Room. At the last minute, we decided it should continue out into the screened porch. Silca System makes a great product for supporting pavers on a wood framed deck. We ordered 1 1/4″ thick stone to cover the porch floor with ungrouted joints, allowing for drainage. It looks beautiful and we can’t wait …
Dwell.com recently featured our work with Sheep + Stone on the Dots Office office in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan. The project time includes Sheena Murphy and Tor Sauder of Sheep + Stone, Rob Williams of Grain Wood Studio, Cora Construction, Inc., and Lally Acoustics. Photographs by Nicole Franzen. Read more about the project and the amazing team behind it in our Portfolio.
We were on site today with Ventresca Designs to work out the detailing for the Atrium light at GIPHY‘s new office in Manhattan. Chris Ventresca and Andrew spent the afternoon fine tuning the required angles and spacing of the fixtures to create a uniform field of light. Our design features a park-like axis lit by an artificial, 60ft x 12ft skylight / atrium. It will contain 120 of Ketra’s G2 linear fixtures programmed to mimic natural daylighting, synchronizing with the the body’s circadian rhythm. Read more about our project for GIPHY.
The September 2016 issue of Interior Design features our work with Sheep + Stone on the Dots Office office in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan. Thank you to Nicole Franzen for the amazing photographs! Read more about the project and the amazing team behind it in our Portfolio.
Architecture AF’s entry recently won First Prize in the professional category for Historic Richmond’s Drawing on History: Infill Design Competition. See all of the design entries specifically created for two of Richmond’s growing areas — Union Hill and Jackson Ward in Drawing on History: Infill Design Competition at The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design now through Sunday, September 4. From our Prospectus: Historic Richmond neighborhoods including Union Hill and Jackson Ward are coming back to life, attracting new generation of residents. It is hard to pin down exactly what makes these neighborhoods so attractive, but we can speculate that it emerges from a …