A recent look at our project in Princeton, designed with Peter Bohlin in 2009. The wood screen on the left is the latest, and last, element that completes the design. The original barn- which this house is actually an addition to- is visible in the back:
We have now completed three projects for Philadelphia's Community Design Collaborative since 2014, including two projects last year that earned us their Rookie of the Year award!
Our first project was for the Variety Club of Philadelphia, a wonderful organization catering to children and youth with physical and developmental disabilities. We were charged with assessing their Widener Indoor Sports Pavilion building, which has been partially closed for several years. It is a striking building with a strong Louis Kahn design influence:
Our other project with the Frankford Avenue Streetscape Project for the Frankford Community Development Corporation. Our work focused on the 4600 block of Frankford where multiple streets intersect and the Arrott Transportation Center is located:
Big news regarding our project in Newtown with the addition of the Newtown Wine & Sprits store planning to remain in the Borough by taking the majority of the 1st floor space. This location is one of the busiest within the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board's network:
Some images from our fifth pole barn now under construction, for the NJ Department of Environmental Protection, in the Winslow Wildlife Management Area. These utilitarian buildings are remarkable in that they can be erected very quickly- weather permitting- for low costs:
Some construction views of our new mixed use building, well out of the ground in Newtown, PA. First view is the west side with balconies for the apartments:
The view from State Street:
Steel frames awaiting bay windows and metal wall panels:
Our recent design for the entrance area to a new coffee shop in Newtown PA, to begin construction this Spring. Display "snoot" boxes in a new drywall portal:
Back in 2005 we started design work on the first PACE program in New Jersey for LIFE St Francis. The program was so well received by the people it serves and their families that it quickly grew to capacity in its Liberty Street site in Hamilton NJ. In 2013, we started planning for the relocation of the center. Today we are really close to opening the new center in Bordentown NJ, about 10 miles from the current center. Here are some progress photos from the other day. Enjoy!