Posted: January 27, 2021 | Projects
For this new bank headquarters, an existing 6,680-square-foot downtown office suite was completely remodeled in accordance with the standards of the Living Building Challenge – the world’s most rigorous proven performance standard for buildings. To meet this challenge, the office was designed as a Net Zero operation. Major energy savings were realized through efficient lighting and daylighting design, as well as an underfloor HVAC system. Addressing the client’s desire to host a variety of meetings and community events, the architects used a sequence of movable walls to allow for multiple meeting room configurations, ranging from intimate to expansive spaces.
Posted: January 20, 2021 | Projects
When BrightFire, an Atlanta-based website and digital marketing company, decided to relocate from their leased office space, they chose a freestanding, 5,950-square-foot building in need of a complete overhaul. The scope of this project included a complete demolition of existing interiors, a redesign of the floor plan to better fit BrightFire’s needs, new and updated finishes throughout the interior, a new ceiling, and completely updated lighting. The new layout includes a large, open-concept collaborative working space, unique private offices tailored to the needs of each individual, a kitchen and break area large enough to host employee meetings and weekly yoga and renovated and redesigned restrooms.
Posted: January 13, 2021 | Projects
This 3,975 square-foot Italian restaurant features an outdoor patio, polished concrete floors, a combination of rustic and contemporary light fixtures, and wood accents that complement the light-colored walls and tiled backsplashes. The foundation is cast-in-place, slab-on-grade, the exterior walls are EIFS over brick, and interior walls are wood frame. Floors are finished concrete and the roof is a membrane system.
Posted: January 6, 2021 | Projects
This contemporary home was built on a narrow lot in an urban neighborhood of mostly 100+ year old houses. Though the 2,472-square-foot structure features a modern design on both the exterior and the interior, it still manages to fit into the fabric of the historic neighborhood as though it had always been there. The design of the home is defined by the long narrow urban lot, measuring 20’ wide by 60’ deep. The form of the house is basically a rectangular, 3-story box with a simple shed roof.
Posted: December 30, 2020 | Projects
This renovation made 5 Under Golf Center much more than just a golf course; with indoor simulator games for high-tech gaming, and a full-service bar and restaurant. Each simulation bay features a massive screen with a selection of virtual games. The game suites are surrounded by the lounge area with a full-service bar and restaurant. The indoor Topgolf Swing Suite simulators have a variety of different games, including over 140 virtual golf courses. The outdoor driving range is two stories with 20 bays, powered by Toptracer Range technology. Serving the outdoor range area is patio dining, a music stage, restrooms, and an additional bar. The renovation also provided new parking, landscaping, and updated exterior signage.