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.
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.
Posted: November 6, 2018 | Projects
The Boys & Girls Club of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, is a non-profit organization. Money for the $5,000,000+ project was all donated by the local community – including several donors from private and local business sectors. A great deal of fundraising was involved in making this project happen for the children in Bartlesville and surrounding communities. The project included the demolition of the old 1950s building and replacing it with a new state-of-the-art 30,000-square-foot pre-engineered metal building with a complete site overhaul. The project was built in three phases over the course of 1½ years.
Posted: November 1, 2018 | Projects
The UPMC Outpatient Center and Medical Office Building in Hampton Township, located north of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, brings an enhanced, neighborhood healthcare experience to local patients. Instead of a dark “strip-mall”-type medical setting with low ceilings and crowded waiting rooms, this new building has spacious waiting areas in a glass atrium that lets in an abundance of natural light.
Posted: October 29, 2018 | Projects
Ten years after designing Aerzen’s U.S. headquarters using principles of lean manufacturing and organic/anthroposophic design, Re:Vision Architecture worked with Aerzen on a major expansion to yield a total of 15,000 square feet of office area and 50,000 square feet of manufacturing.