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  • Sta brochure 10 30-12

    1. 1. S E L E C T E D P R O J E C T SSpalding Tougias Architects, Inc.
    2. 2. T r e l l e b o r g A u t o m o t i v eRenovation to an existing manufacturing plant in Benton Harbor, Michigan. The design solution creates an international image from a utilitarian building while providing a new thermally improved “skin” . New uses include a boardroom, reception area, parts display and conference rooms. Improved daylighting is achieved through existing monitor windows that had been covered up during a previous renovation. The integrity of the original building is maintained while updating the exterior appearance. Trelleborg Automotive
    3. 3. Ya l e S o u t h H a v e n Manufacturing Renovation to an existing manufacturing plant in Morganfield, Kentucky. Located on a major transportation artery, this factory is part of the town’s business image and presents a modern architectural statement. The design solution provides natural daylighting to the work area, new Administrative offices, a courtyard and newmeeting areas for visiting Automotive representatives. Thisdesign was awarded an American Institute of Architects award for design excellence. Ya l e S o u t h H a v e n M a n u f a c t u r i n g
    4. 4. Dawson Manufacturing Company Located in a former fruit orchard, now an industrial park,Dawson Manufacturing relocated from the American South East to the manufacturing center of Michigan. This newfacility provides a combination of manufacturing space and Administrative offices. The design solution provides natural daylighting to the factory areas, visual connections between manufacturing and administration as well as updated manufacturing presses and efficient workflow. Dawson Manufacturing
    5. 5. Carmi Rubber Mixing Plant This rubber mixing plant provides the support and material supply for the entire Yale South Haven Manufacturing companies manufacturing plants, located primarily in the Midwestern part of the US. This facility islocated on a major transportation route and is the symbol of the manufacturing center of the town of Carmi. This facility provides administrative support, a testing laboratory for quality control, rubber mixing and storage, and an efficient workflow allowing for the manufacturing and distribution of specialty formulated rubber. Carmi Rubber Mixing Plant
    6. 6. Basilica Court Apartments New apartment complex located on the site of a former convent, school and Performance Arts Space. The project includes 250 rental units, community space, and underground structured parking. This design solution maintains the integrity of the site, renovates and restores an historically significant brick school house, and maintainsthe original footprint of the existing structures. The design includes a 9 story tower and an 11 story tower creating a balanced and varied architecture respectful to the neighborhood. Basilica Court Apartments
    7. 7. Heritage Commons Complex Mixed Use complex design including; office space, retailspaces, apartment housing, a service hotel, entertainment, daycare, structured parking, and open green space. This competition winning scheme revitalizes a section of Boston that has been declining during the past 15 years.This design solution is provides a missing component and link to the City, bringing life and enterprise back to this section of Boston. This project provides an economic stimulus to a State owned site and energizes a neglected yet very important Boston neighborhood. Heritage Commons Complex
    8. 8. Heritage Commons Complex
    9. 9. Irving Street Artist Apartments This restoration project creates artist live work studiospaces in a former Catholic Convent that is still part of a religious campus of buildings. 12 ownership apartments are created in addition to work studios located separately from the living quarters. The complex brings new life to a section of the Malden, Massachusetts commercial district. Irving Street Artist Apartments
    10. 10. M i d w ay S t u d i o s A r t i s t L i ve Wo r k Restoration and renovation to a complex of brick andwood beam warehouse buildings in the Seaport District of Boston, providing 90 live work artist studios. This section of Boston is home to the artist community and recently zoned as an innovation district by the city. The complex includes a Performance Art space, a Fine Arts Gallery, Dance Studios, and a Cafe. The project is on the register of historic buildings and won a preservation award from the Massachusetts Preservation Alliance. Midway Studios Artist Live Work
    11. 11. Victoria National Golf Club Clubhouse, Pro Shop, and Maintenance facility for the Victoria National Golf Club, a Championship PGA courselocated on the site of a former stone quarry. The project is representative of a “mining” style of architecture and provides a dining space, locker rooms, multiple lounges, meeting rooms, and an apartment for the owner. The planning and siting of the golf course and members clubhouse, creates a substantial natural forest preserve for the community, and creates a water containment area and natural “rain garden” for green water management. Victoria National Golf Club
    12. 12. La Perla Lingerie Showroom An Italian lingerie showroom located in an historically significant building, facing the Boston Public Garden and part of a residential condominium complex.The location of this showroom extends an existing fashionable shopping retail street in the historic “Back Bay” section of Boston. La Perla Lingerie Showroom
    13. 13. Devlins Restaurant A contemporary urban restaurant located inBrighton, one of the several districts of Boston. Thisproject was a conversion of an aging existing building into a new business use, with financing assistancefrom the Boston “Mainstreets” program, designed to encourage new business development in the cities neighborhoods. Devlins Restaurant
    14. 14. Samurai Japanese RestaurantA contemporary and stylish urban Japanese / Korean restaurant located in the historic Boston’s “Back Bay” section. This conversion of an existing restaurant into a new environment used sustainablelow VOC materials and followed LEED guidelines for commercial space. Samurai Japanese Restaurant
    15. 15. Infinium Software Company Commercial interior for an Infinium softwaresales and training office, located in Chicago. Use of color and warm materials gives a welcoming feel to the interior. Infinium Software Company
    16. 16. ArcLight Capital Partners Commercial interior for a private equity andhedge fund financial brokerage company. Use of glass, stainless steel and wood gives a contemporary and modern feeling. ArcLight Capital Partners
    17. 17. Boston Private Industry Council Commercial interior for a non profit organization that helps under privileged young students excel in the Boston Public school system. Built in a former warehouse, the interior features a two level space divided by a large structural truss existing in the space. Steel, glass and brick materials gives an urbancontemporary feeling to the interior. The configuration of office and open office areas through the use of glass partitions and screened skylights, provides natural daylighting. Boston Private Industry Council
    18. 18. 40 Channel Center Redevelopment STA purchased this1800 era Warehouse in 2008. The buildingis located within an historic district and the building is listed on the National Historic Register. The building has been redeveloped into a mixed use office / retail building that contains STA’s corporate office, several rental floors, and a restaurant on the main floor. The renovation followed LEEDSilver certification and includes such strategies as heat recovery systems, energy efficient lighting and controls, high efficiency gas boilers, reclaimed construction materials, daylighting, and low VOC finishes. This project has been submitted for recognition by the Preservation Alliance of Boston. 40 Channel Center Redevelopment
    19. 19. 90 Smith Street RedevelopmentRenovation to a former Christian mission school into office and meeting space for the Harvard School of Public Health. Exterior work included masonry restoration, new windows, and repair of historically significant details. Interior renovations included the retention of the monumentalstairways, installation of an elevator, all new building systems using energy efficient lighting and mechanical systems.This project was awarded LEED Silver Certification and was recognized by the Boston Preservation Alliance with a Neighborhood Preservation Achievement award 2011. 90 Smith Street Redevelopment
    20. 20. Bethel Baptist Church Design Study for a Baptist Church and worship center located in an urban site donated to the Bethel BaptistCongregation by the City of Boston. The Church contains a 1000 seat sanctuary, gymnasium, chapel with private courtyard, classrooms, and administrative offices. Thebuilding will provide community spaces and meeting areas open to the neighborhood. This project when complete will become an important part of the street scape and creates activity and life to a neglected site. Bethel Baptist Church
    21. 21. Concord Baptist ChurchDesign study for a Baptist Church located in an urban brownfield site. The project will be LEED certifiedSilver level and includes such sustainable strategies asnatural daylighting, geothermal heating, high efficiency lighting, green roofs, and rain water storage and management system. The project is under review by the Boston Redevelopment Authority. Concord Baptist Church
    22. 22. Charlestown Armory Renovation Design study for a Mixed Use residential complex in an unused military armory. This project creates 44 new residential units, both single level units and duplex units,and townhouse style units ranging from 900 sf to 1500 sf . There is underground parking below the main level and townhouse units accessible from the lowest level. The project includes surface parking, two urban parks, green roofs and a “walking street” through the site. This streetunites two residential neighborhoods and provides access to the commercial section of Charlestown. Charlestown Armory Renovation
    23. 23. Bartlett Square Design study for a Mixed Use residential and retail complex located on a former industrial site in Boston. This project creates 13 new residential units, both singlelevel units and duplex units ranging from 900 sf to 1500 sf. Underground parking is located below the main level and three retail spaces accessible from the street level. The project includes 7 surface parking spaces, roof gardens, a street level outdoor dining area and direct access to public transportation. This project, when complete, will submit for Silver Level LEED certification. Bartlett Square
    24. 24. 4 0 1 W e s t F i r s t Design study for a residential and retail complex located on a former industrial site in South Boston. This projectcreates 40 new residential units, both single level units and duplex units ranging from 900 sf to 1500 sf. Parking is located below the first level and provides several retail spaces accessible from the sidewalk. The project includes sustainable design featuring a roofgardens a street level outdoor landscape courts and direct access to public transportation. This project, when complete, will submit for Silver Level LEED certification. 401 West First Street
    25. 25. Mission Hill Housing Multi family housing projects located in the Mission Hillsection of Boston. These units are located on “infill” sites and are designed to blend into the fabric of the existing neighborhood. Units range from 2 bedroom units to 4 bedroom units. Mission Hill Housing
    26. 26. Binford Green Urban Park In collaboration with LANDD, International Urban park recognizing established pedestrian traffic routes through a vacant former parking lot. The park unites an existing residential neighborhood and becomes the “front door” to a new commercial development “Channel Center”. All plantings used are native to the area, require little landscape maintenance, and are drought tolerant species. Theplanting beds create conversation rooms using existing granite sea-wall blocks for seating. 4 multi-stem River Birches define the entrance to an office building abutting the site. Binford Green Urban Park
    27. 27. Binford Green Bench Study
    28. 28. 40 Channel Center In collaboration with LANDD, InternationalAn urban park feature wall, serves to provide visual screening for several mechanical units and temporary recycling storage bins for 40 Channel Center (40CC), part of a larger development project called “Channel Center”. The strong red color adds visual interest to an existing urban park located adjacent to 40CC. Additionally, ornamental grasses, River Birch trees, and wood benches compliment and extend the existing urban park. Patterned holes located above the benches are filled with lighted acrylic panels and reference a unique lighting pattern existing on the historic 40CC building. 40CC Screen Wall and Urban Park
    29. 29. Channel Center Parking Garage Structured precast parking garage serving Channel CenterDevelopment and State Street Bank’s new Headquarters located in the Fort Point Channel Area of Boston, newly named the “Innovation District”. The 9 story garage has 970 parkingspaces, bicycle storage, electric car recharging stations, alternate energy spaces, LED lighting and public restrooms serving the adjacent newly built park.The facade is composed of painted and unpainted stainless steelmesh panels in a 3 Dimensional pattern that activates the facade. The facade will be lighted with programmed LED fixtures. Channel Center Parking Garage
    30. 30. Chengdu China Competition Design study for a Mixed Use complex including;commercial office, retail shopping center, apartments, and structured parking. The site is located at a prominent intersection and the twisted shape uses Feng Shui principals to resolve the spiritual energy of the intersection. This building will be provide a landmark structure in Chengdu, China. Chengdu China Competition
    31. 31. To n g z h o u C h i n a Mixed Use Development Schematic design plan for a Mixed Use development East ofBeijing, China. Program includes Retail, Hospitality, Residential, and Urban Landscape. The solution is an investigation into sustainable practices including; solar screening, green roofs, living walls, water management, Geo-Thermal heating and double wall glass technologies. To n g z h o u C h i n a
    32. 32. Lihucheng Residential Development Guangzhou, China In collaboration with LANDD, InternationalThis project is designed at the edge of Yujazhuang Reservoir. The dam design is based on several European bridge models . A residential community in Guangzhou, China developed in 3 phases surrounding a large reservoir. The dam connects area A to area C1, providing vehicular and pedestrian access. The new residential area C1 is presented as a European classical design community with references to Italian and French styles. This dam design element will provide a strong visual identity to the new community. Lihucheng Residential Development
    33. 33. Suffolk University DormitorySketch for an urban dormitory located on an historic site in the “Beacon Hill” section of Boston. Project was selected in an invited competition held by the University. Suffolk University Dormitory
    34. 34. Arizona Heritage Museum CompetitionMuseum competition for a Native American Heritage Museum located in Phoenix, Arizona. The programincludes exhibit space, meeting areas, research rooms and administrative offices. The design reflects the native Indian population and uses the mountain “cave dwellings” as a designreference. The Administration wing uses the imagery of a rock cliff face. Screened courtyards provides shade and are open to natural ventilation. Arizona Heritage Museum
    35. 35. Contact: Gregg Spalding 241 A Street 40 Channel Center Boston, Massachusetts USA 617.542.4522 T 617.542.1432 F 617.699.0243 M 15926746728 China

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