As in many site development puzzles, adequate parking is often the limiting factor in deciding how many units the site will fit comfortably. This 6 Plex has been permited as one of the few multi family lots in Alpine, Wyoming and awaits a builder to make it a reality!
This Mixed Use Building will replace an older structure at the Terminus of King Street where it meets Broadway. Later studies shifted away from a 2 story structure, to a denser solution which avoids electrical infrastructure in the Alley east of Town Square. Program consists of Retail, Employee Housing, and Short Term Rental
Simple shed roofs offset the garage from the primary house. Their rusted corrugated roof folds down on both low and high ends to create unique sculptural features. Large garage doors and folding sliding doors open this house up in good weather. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath + Loft
Schematic Program & Visibility Study PHASE 2 MASTERPLAN Gondola Terminal & Storage Barn, Zip Launch, Restaurant, Retail, Ski Patrol & School, Multi-Purpose Planetarium (Theater, Gallery, Auditorium, Meeting Space)
Feasibility study for Mixed-use project in downtown Jackson
Conceptual Study for Challenging Lot 1 Hidden Ranch Lane
This Tiny House eliminates non-critical garage square footage with a carport, folded down from a roof which maximizes solar gain. Simple forms re-invented for a site emphasizing north-easterly views
Interior Fit-out for Pet Salon in Smith’s Plaza
The Navarros intend to build their dream house just outside of San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. Hannah has an eye for tall, sculpted forms with playful inside/ outside and tall spaces. Marcellino would like to stack the house in phases vertically with local building practices, which include masonry & plaster walls, foam & wire mesh […]
This shelter was proposed as an arrival and departure terminal from Teton Village. Flanked by permanent log elements, part of the enclosure would be a seasonal snow & ice wall. The installation is intended to express the dynamic forces inherent to mountain skiing.