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  • Jefferson-Houston School

    • Construction
    • Alexandria, VA
    • PreK-8 school

    Located in historic Alexandria, Virginia, the design for the Jefferson Houston School references local Art Deco architecture, which has been interpreted and simplified to create a sleeker, more contemporary design aesthetic that fits into the local context and represents the innovative educational mission of the parents, students, and teachers. The new school will become a teaching tool with architectural “manifestations” where students can learn about how the building works. The project is expected to be complete in Fall 2014.

  • Baker Ripley Neighborhood Center

    • 2010
    • Houston, Texas
    • K-5 school, public library, business incubator, health/fitness center, art center, ampitheather, and public park

    The campus of the Baker Ripley Neighborhood Center supports a large underserved and ethnically diverse population in the Gulfton/Sharpstown neighborhood of southwest Houston. The master-planning component of this project included six months of intense community engagement with residents to identify site assets and future needs.

  • Lagniappe House

    • 2008
    • New Orleans, LA

    The LEED Platinum Lagniappe House, designed for Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Project, is highly praised among neighborhood homeowners for its responsiveness to its geographic and cultural context. The Lagniappe House was the most popular design chosen by the Make It Right Foundation’s Lower 9th Ward residents.

  • Neron Place Residence

    • 2007
    • New Orleans, LA
    • Single family residence

    The LEED Gold Neron Place Residence is a modern interpretation of the traditional south Louisiana vernacular as well as an experiment in applying the principles of sacred geometry to residential design. It achieves harmony with the surrounding streetscape, with nature, and with the environment.