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Quad Cinema Renovation

Posted: December 4, 2018 | Projects

With a new identity, the QC took its rightful place as a destination for film in NYC once again, reopening for business on April 14, 2017. With four uniquely designed luxury auditorium spaces labeled Q-U-A-D, the new QC offers the general public the comfort, intimacy, and atmosphere usually experienced in private screening rooms.

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Temple University Aramark Student Complex

Posted: November 26, 2018 | Projects

Temple University Aramark Student Training and Recreation Complex, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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ASCAYA Clubhouse

Posted: November 19, 2018 | Projects

PENTA managed the construction of the 22,000-square-foot Clubhouse. The Clubhouse provides residents a resort-style pool accompanied by a separate lap swimming area, two spa treatment and massage rooms, locker rooms with lounge areas and showers, poolside cabanas, event lawn, outdoor yoga lawn, fitness area, children’s activity room, movement studio, two tennis courts, horseshoe pits, outdoor basketball court, extensive gathering rooms and socializing areas, and two levels of parking.

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Library Connection at Southcenter

Posted: November 16, 2018 | Projects

The library in the Southcenter Mall was first established a decade ago. The existing library had a deep and narrow “L”-shaped floor plan which compromised the interior layout. Two small and separated entries diffused the library’s presence, and adjacent stores and activity obscured its visibility. This project has fully remodeled the existing library, expanded it into an adjacent corner retail space, and worked to rebrand and establish a new and prominent library façade inside the mall.

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Johnston High School

Posted: November 12, 2018 | Projects

The new Johnston High School was created out of a thorough and enlightening design process that involved faculty, students, parents, community leaders, administration, and design professionals working collaboratively to develop the new framework for a learning environment that would support engaged learning and multiple learning styles.

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