• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Sem Projects
 

Sem Projects

on

  • 805 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
805
Views on SlideShare
805
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Sem Projects Sem Projects Presentation Transcript

    • SEM Architects SEM ARCHITECTS SEM ARCHITECTS SEM Architects FUNCTIONALLY MODERN After 10+ years in our current space, SEM Architects interior needed to be updated. The design of the space was infused with new textures and a more contemporary color palette. The studio space takes advantage of the floor to ceiling window walls and abundance of natural light which allowed us to introduce a deeper darker paint scheme, that offsets the richly colored work spaces. The carpeting brings the whole space together by using a more textured ashlar pattern of tile, that brings dynamic movement to the floor. The main reception area and reception desk were redesigned to incorporate a new wood display wall that is set off by a contemporary and monolithic desk, with rich colors and subtle textures. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 11,500 Square Feet PROJECT COST $50,000 SERVICES Interior Design LOCATION Denver Colorado
    • The Streets at Southglenn SEM ARCHITECTS The streets at southglenn Alberta Development Partners urban revitalization The Streets at SouthGlenn is the redevelopment of the existing SouthGlenn Mall into a mixed-use Community Center for the City of Centennial. The redevelopment plan develops a Town Center between the existing Macy’s and Sears stores, and expands the on-site development to the perimeter of the property to include additional retail shops, restaurants, banks and services. The center is vertically mixed with below-grade parking, street level retail shops and either residential units or office space on the upper floors. Specific components of The Streets at SouthGlenn are being designed to LEED standards. The project is scheduled for completion in late 2010. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 2,500,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST TBD SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design Design Oversight & Coordination LOCATION Centennial Colorado
    • Westmoor Building 10 SEM ARCHITECTS WESTMOOR BUILDING 10 Westfield Development TIMELESS CORPORATE The Westmoor 10 phase of the Westmoor Technology Park in Westminster, Colorado is a 200,000 sq. ft. office building. The design concept for Westmoor 10 incorporates traditional forms, and a variety of balanced materials and fenestration patterns. The focal point of the building is the main entry feature, which reveals itself as a sliver of glass, that is compressed between two stone masses. The relationship of the glass and stone create a unique tension that commands attention, and draws the pedestrian to the entry. The buildings simplicity plays out as the base of the building is articulated with a course stone pattern, while the upper levels are composed of horizontally articulated pre-cast panels. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 200,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $17,000,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Westminster Colorado
    • Twenty Ninth Street Mall SEM ARCHITECTS TWENTY NINTH STREET MALL Westcor Partners NEW URBANISM The genesis of the Twenty Ninth Street Mall was to redevelop an existing four-city block suburban mall into a thriving retail environment. The resulting design created three distinct shopping and entertainment districts, enlivened by weaving the Boulder street grid throughout the development. The project’s challenges were met by designing the primary retail and plaza over an 800 car parking deck, and providing a variety of leasing opportunities. The design includes distinct building vocabularies; utilizing dramatic massing and geometry, as well as a lively color palette, that responds to the context of the existing city and natural features of Boulder, Colorado. Twenty Ninth Streel Mall also incorporated a strong sustainability component, including green design, and a tenant design criteria that supports sustainable design. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 800,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $75,000,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Boulder Colorado
    • Park Meadows Station SEM ARCHITECTS Park Meadows Station Robinson Development Live, Work, Play - T.O.D. Park Meadows Station is a new transit oriented development along Interstate 25, adjacent to Inverness Business Park, and Park Meadows Mall. This large scale development features almost a million square feet of office, over 600,000 square feet of residential, approximately 70,000 or retail, and a large 2500 car RTD park and ride parking structure. The campus is anchored on the north end by 3 signature office buildings that offer unobstructed mountain views to the west, and work together to create a gateway to the Denver metropolitan area. The development features gracious open spaces, grand park settings, and an sinuous walking paths that tie the entire development together. Park Meadows Station will be a comfortable, urban environment that offers a unique set of amenities, and opportunities for all to enjoy. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 2,258,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $275,000,000 SERVICES Master Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Centennial Colorado
    • Exempla Lutheran Southwest SEM ARCHITECTS EXEMPLA LUTHERAN SOUTHWEST Lauth Property Group modern medical Designed as the first of two buildings in this Medical Campus, this project incorporates programming for medical users; including Urgent Care and Imaging, as well as Primary Care and Specialists. The project’s budget and program was fulfilled using a tilt-up concrete construction. By utilizing a unique approach to panel design, window patterning and fenestration; the multi colored wall panels create variation and rhythm that tie the building together to create a clean contemporary image. The main entry feature is the focal point of the building as it dynamically extends from the building to create a covered drop off area for patients. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 63,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $5,500,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design Tenant Design LOCATION Jefferson County Colorado
    • Lowry Vista SEM ARCHITECTS Lowry Vista Black Creek Capital Urban Community Lowry Vista is a true urban mixed-use development, including residential, retail, and entertainment venues. It’s a Brownfield development that takes dormant, urban land and repositions it as a thriving modern community. This close-knit neighborhood is designed to match modern expectations of responsible growth and quality-of-life. Using modern urban planning, Lowry Vista will offer a pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use community adhering to Denver’s acclaimed Main Street development principles. The projects has four major goals: sustainability, modern urban design, infill instead of sprawl, and multiple connections to the surrounding native environment. Lowry Vista will ultimately be an attractive mixed-use community that is an environmentally responsible community. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 1,800,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $250,000,000 SERVICES Master Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Denver Colorado
    • Arapahoe Lima Center SEM ARCHITECTS arapahoe lima center Hamilton Properties cutting edge retail The design concept for these buildings was to create a unique blend of traditional retail space, while incorporating non- traditional building materials, and contemporary forms. The buildings are situated high above the street, taking advantage of the grades with massive retaining walls that allow for heavily landscaped areas. The buildings were designed to be iconic elements on the horizon. The aluminum grating creates a transparent quality as they protrude from the facade and their sharp angles touch the sky. The exterior lighting provides great accent, and warmth, while the base of the buildings take on a warmer more tactile feel as the split face block and warm colors come to the ground. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 28,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $4,200,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Arapahoe County Colorado
    • Southlands SEM ARCHITECTS SOUTHLANDS Alberta Development Partners New Town Center The high visibility retail shops are located at the entrance to the Southlands project located along E-470 in Aurora, Colorado. The project consists of five separate buildings that front the overall development. The design concept was for each building to be broken down into smaller components that enhance the village feel of the spaces and create enticing interstitial spaces. Each component of the facade is uniquely detailed and its identity is distinctively different than that of its counterpart. The warm tones of the brick and the lush landscaping work to create a relaxing and inviting environment that the end user will feel comfortable in for extended periods of time. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 32,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $5,000,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Aurora Colorado
    • The Quad at Lowry SEM ARCHITECTS The quad at lowry Westfield Development Classic CORPORATE The Quad at Lowry, was the first large scale urban office project in the redevelopment of the old Lowry Air Force Base, in Denver, Colorado. Each of the buildings are designed as part of a campus. The three buildings play off of each other and address the street frontage in different ways. Each building is interconnected with pedestrian ways, and all share in a common parking structure. The design of the buildings follows a traditional tripartite scheme, with the stone base, the brick field, and intricate parapet line, all focusing on simple clean lines that are not only contemporary, but timeless. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 400,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $30,000,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Denver Colorado
    • The Outlets at Silverthorne SEM ARCHITECTS The outlets at silverthorne The Outlets at Silverthorne mountain contemporary The original factory outlet stores had become dated and were in need of revitalization. The deteriorated retail shopping center needed a significant renovation. The program was to significantly increase the scale of the retail presence, greatly enhance the tenant identification and to create upscale improvements to the pedestrian amenities. Iconic mountain themes now share prominence with contemporary graphics, and features such as a fire pit, boulders and bridges work to create a new retail environment. The resulting design offers the consumer a pleasing environment that is not only warm and inviting, but also offers the existing retailers a new level of presence and awareness throughout the valley. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 40,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $3,000,000 SERVICES Architectural Design LOCATION Silverthorne Colorado
    • Stevinson Imports SEM ARCHITECTS STEVINSON Imports Stevinson Automotive Sleek modern This remodel of a 20,000 sq. ft. previous domestic franchise facility provides an elegant, high line showroom and display area for new and used import sales. The concept for the new dealership was to inflect, in its design, the level of sophistication and class that is associated with the imported automobile. These ideas are portrayed in the building with its clean lines, the transparency of the ground floor, and its use of simple, elegant, materials. The gentle curve and the clear aluminum metal panels allow the light to reflect off of it while the clear glass ground floor creates the crispness of a newly detailed vehicle. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 25,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $2,500,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Littleton Colorado
    • Westmoor Buildings 8&9 SEM ARCHITECTS WESTMOOR BUILDINGs 8&9 Westfield Development dynamic CORPORATE Phase Four of the Westmoor Technology Park in Westminster, Colorado introduces two office buildings that total a little more than 300,000 sq. ft. of traditional office space. The design concept for Westmoor 8 & 9 introduces a dynamic relationship between the classical corporate office building and the contemporary architecture that juxtaposes it at the entry features. This juxtaposition at the entry features creates a dynamic tension as the the two architectural pieces come together to form the entry spaces. The remainder of the building plays out as simple monochromatic precast wall panels that are filled with intricate reveal patterns and textured sections that create a subtle play of light and shadow. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 300,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $25,000,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Westminster Colorado
    • North Creek Shops SEM ARCHITECTS North Creek Shops Landon Enterprises Urban Infill North Creek Shops are located in the heart of North Cherry Creek, in Denver, Colorado, and incorporate five different buildings in one city block. The design is centered on the village concept that Cherry Creek North has established throughout the area. Each building has its own identity, one that separates it from the others, yet fits into the Cherry Creek North aesthetic. The buildings are all designed to incorporate traditional brick details and massing that is appropriate to the historic old Denver brick bungalows that surround the area. The parking for the buildings is located in the rear, with access coming from the alleyway. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 20,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $2,000,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Denver Colorado
    • Mainstreet at Flatiron SEM ARCHITECTS Mainstreet at flatiron Coalton Acres Shadow Retail The Mainstreet at Flatiron is a shadow retail center to the Flatirons Mall in Broomfield Colorado, consisting of 4 buildings and a 300 car parking structure. These retail buildings take on the contemporary mountain aesthetic that is prevalent throughout the Flatiron development, by using natural materials contrasted with contemporary forms and angular shapes. These buildings offer strong ground planes anchored with natural stone, gracious walkways, and soaring roof lines. The buildings use deep overhangs to not only provide covered walkways for the pedestrian but to enrich the facade with strong contrasting shade and shadow elements. The buildings neutral color palette is offset by the use of strong primary colors on exposed structural steel elements to bring a contemporary flavor to the center. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 40,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $7,000,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Broomfield Colorado
    • Ling and Louie’s Restaurant SEM ARCHITECTS LING AND LOUIE’S RESTAURANT Ling and Louie’s Restaurant contemporary warmth The design of the tenant build out for this new restaurant in the new Stapleton development sought out influences from a variety of styles. The space uses contrasting rich wood colors in a variety of applications. The woodwork was designed to be random in nature, creating a unique experience for each space, and helping to create a more organic environment. The strong textures and patterns of the wood are set off by the large stainless steel panels that conceal the kitchen area, creating a more contemporary feel. The space is finished with a ceiling plane broken up with a variety of soffits and floating cloud elements which create more intimate spaces throughout the dining area. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 7,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $600,000 SERVICES Interior Design Sustainable Design LEED Consulting LOCATION Denver Colorado
    • DPS Credit Union SEM ARCHITECTS DPS CREDIT UNION Westerra Federal Credit Union Traditionalism The Denver Public Schools Credit Union is incorporated into the redevelopment of Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado. The design concept for the credit union was to integrate the old school building feel, with that of a new up to date banking facility. This concept was achieved by combining classic forms, traditional fenestration, and appropriately scaled materials. The entry feature of the building recalls the traditional brick gable of the old school houses, while the new horizontal window patterns articulate the more classic school look. Oversized masonry was used to bring the scale of the building into a more cohesive design, while the color and texture of the brick bring out the quality and permanence of the financial institution. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 34,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $3,800,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design Interior Design LOCATION Denver Colorado
    • Brannan Sand and Gravel SEM ARCHITECTS Brannan Sand and Gravel Brannan Sand and Gravel timelessly modern The design of this single user office building is centered around the idea of creating a contemporary building that has the presence and permanence of a classically designed building that is representative of the company and the core values that make up the Brannan Sand and Gravel Company. The forms are clean and sharp and as two opposing grids come together and reveal the entry feature. The materials differentiate the internal uses as the conference rooms and common spaces are articulated with horizontally patterned stone and curtain wall system, while the open office plan follows a more traditional stone pattern with punched openings. The executive office lines the western elevation, maximizing the day lighting opportunities with floor to ceiling glass and a curved metal panel facade. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 16,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $3,000,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Boulder Colorado
    • Arvada Ridge SEM ARCHITECTS Arvada Ridge Peregrine Group Development Power Center The design of this tenant build out for this new restaurant users in the new Stapleton development sought out influences from a variety of styles. The space uses contrasting rich wood colors in a variety of applications. There woodwork was designed to be random in nature, creating a unique experience for each space, and helps to create a more organic space. The strong textures and patterns of the wood are set off by the large stainless steel panels that conceal the kitchen area. These panels offer the space a more contemporary feel. The space is finished with a ceiling plane that is broken down with a variety of soffits, and floating cloud elements which help to bring the scale of space down to a more intimate level PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 218,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $17,500,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Arvada Colorado
    • Westmoor Building 7 SEM ARCHITECTS WESTMOOR BUILDING 7 Westfield Development timeless CORPORATE The Westmoor 7 phase of the Westmoor Technology Park in Westminster, Colorado is a 200,000 sq. ft. office building. The design concept for Westmoor 7, is an elegant mass void relationship as the window pattern rhythm is set off by the organic form at the entry. The entry feature’s senuous curve is starkly opposed to the punched and ribbon openings throughout the remainder of the building’s facade. The building’s materials reinforce this concept as they are represented by pre-cast concrete panels, and glass curtain wall. Along the southern facade, the entry walk turns and continues along the edge of the building and leads the pedestrian to an outdoor gazebo, providing relief from the high plains and its sun. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 200,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $17,000,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Westminster Colorado
    • Stevinson Toyota West SEM ARCHITECTS STEVINSON Toyota West Stevinson Automotive Regional Image This new Toyota dealership is located in the Denver West area of Lakewood, Colorado and anchors the southeast corner of the Colorado Mills Mall Development. Located off of 6th Avenue and Interstate 70, thes site commands a distinctive building. The design concept for the dealership is centered around its corner showroom and its visibility from the interstate. While the forms of the building are somewhat reflective of the opposing foothills to the Rocky Mountains, they aspire to create a certain tension or visual interest that entices the public. The hard angles and their juxtaposition to each other, create a variety of exterior spaces while also providing a visual link between the forms. The transparency and verticality all inspire to create a visually dynamic and naturally lit building that is warm and inviting. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 112,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $14,600,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Lakewood Colorado
    • Tiffany Plaza SEM ARCHITECTS tiffany plaza Chandelle Development urban revitalization Tiffany Plaza was an outdated existing center that was revitalized by bringing in a 58,000 sq. ft. Whole Foods, a new retail building of 12,000 sq. ft., and a face lift for the remaining 80,000 sq. ft. of retail space. The design for the project was centered around the addition of Whole Foods to the shopping center. The corner entry feature at Whole Foods is capped off with a complex curving copper canopy supported by an open truss. The adjacent buildings were simplified by changing the fenestration patterns, and creating new parapets that provide for updated signage. The retail pad building is tied into the remainder of the center with the same aesthetics to provide a cohesive look to the entire center. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 150,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $5,700,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design Tenant Design LOCATION Denver Colorado
    • Riverside Business Center SEM ARCHITECTS Riverside Business Center Lauth Property Group Desert simplicity The Riverside Business Center, a 600,000 cross dock facility, is one of the newest and sleekest facilities for Lauth Property Group. This large warehouse is broken down architecturally by unique corner features that provides tenants with clear identities, and strong images in what is typically a very functionally and understated building. The architecture along with the landscaping and lighting work together to create a dramatic inviting environment that compliments the native desert. The design incorporates sharp contrasting colors on overlapping panels and soaring glass openings at the corners, while providing the opportunity for future entrances at the building’s midpoint. The remainder of the building uses simple reveal patterns and complimentary colors to complete the composition. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 604,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $22,000,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Phoenix Arizona
    • Stevinson Lexus of Frederick SEM ARCHITECTS STEVINSON LEXUS OF FREDERICK Stevinson Automotive NATIONAL ADAPTATION This dealership is a site adaptation of the national Lexus image package that required extensive site improvements. While the design of the facility was driven by the Lexus image package, the common design element was the two-story showroom volume. This large volume of space is accentuated by a minimalist glass curtain wall that creates a warm and inviting image to the passerby. The remainder of the building is constructed with warm colored pre-cast concrete panels that create a consistent cap along the top of the curtain wall pieces, and work in contrast to the glowing showroom piece. The buildings entry feature provides for a dramatic approach as the consumers enter the site, and allows for easily identifiable and accessible services. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 75,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $12,000,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design Interior Design LOCATION Frederick Colorado
    • Panorama Corporate Center SEM ARCHITECTS Panorama corporate center CARR America classic corporate office This corporate campus was designed for CARR America, which includes six buildings and five parking structures, while also incorporating a public/private parking structure in association with the new RTD light rail. The campus design concept provided for each building to have its own associated parking deck, while also providing a variety in building forms and details. Buildings are coupled together to create positive outdoor spaces, and public gathering spaces, while other buildings in the campus take on a more formal approach as they address the street edges and entry sequences. The materials of the buildings are a blend of pre-cast, brick and stone, all of which are engrained in their Colorado heritage. PROJECT DETAILS SIZE 725,000 Square Feet PROJECT COST $90,000,000 SERVICES Site Planning Architectural Design LOCATION Centennial Colorado