Architects Design Stunning Welcome Center To Enhance College Campus With Inviting Exterior
In mid-September, the Alfred L. Arcidi Center at Merrimack College opened its doors at the momentous Evening of Gratitude. On the northern side of the campus, the 16,000 square-foot building serves as a Welcome Center. Housing the campus’ O’Brien Center for Career Development, the two-story building boasts an impressively modern exterior design. The architect, and project’s general contractor, PROCON was responsible for the campus’ north end gateway.
Award-Winning Historic Preservation Transforms Columbia Eyesore Into Modern Office Building
522 Lady Street sits in the heart of Columbia’s Vista where a 1930’s building sat unused and in desperate need of repair. Over the years, the building had seen a series of unsuccessful additions that were not structurally sound. In fact, the building had become an eyesore and the community was excited about the prospect of its re-adaptation for the neighborhood.
Automotive Dealership Is Truly Contemporary With An Array Of Solar-Powered Environmental Initiatives Throughout
Contemporary Automotive is a state-of-the-art dealership in Milford, NH, the building is progressive in its design as the architects worked closely with a team to complete the area’s first solar-powered auto dealership.
The Importance Of Design And Color Palette For Corporate Brand Recognition
Corporate Programs are represented on a national or regional scale. These brands in the retail, hospitality, food service and automotive markets serve as the most recognizable brands in the nation. A brand’s identity is showcased through their consistent brand image from their signature color scheme to their building/brick and mortar design. The key to any successful corporate brand is consistency.
Repositioned Office Space Becomes Contemporary Apartment Complex In Washington DC
The Legacy West End Apartments at 1255 22nd Street are a large adaptive reuse project in Washington, DC. Developed by Tasea Investment Company, the project consisted of the conversion and repositioning of an existing 106,000 square foot office building.