In the center of U.S. cities, the lofts that once accommodated factories and warehouses are now apartments and offices. The street level stores that were once haberdashers and wholesalers are now restaurants and art galleries. Universities are opening their doors to their neighbors. Old buildings now support a new way of living, and new buildings are being added as more people come to share the urban experience.
Our many years of experience have shown us that a key to successful housing design is in the attention paid to the proportions and composition of architectural elements. By maintaining conceptual accessibility, intimate scale, and through the use of materials that are compatible with the character of the neighborhood as a whole, we have created new housing that integrates successfully into the surrounding neighborhood while establishing its own distinct character.