This project involves the design of four small cabins on a
lakeside just outside of Raymond Maine. The design of the cabins
began with the idea of a pathway. Specifically, ideas were developed
to group and connect individual places on the site, with each place / cabin
providing unique vantages and connections to the natural beauty of the wooded
lakeside. Each cabin is organized to step down the slope of the
hillside toward the water, parallel with the surrounding grade. Large
pocketing doors slide away and disappear, allowing the exterior to flow through
the interior space. The material palette for both the inside and
outside of the cabins matches the materials of the site: stone and wood,
supporting a weathered copper roof.
With Nancy Holwell Architect / Kyle Page
Park Slope Renovation
project involved full Architectural and Interior Design Services for this
complete renovation and remodeling of this 1500 square foot Park Slope classic
Upper East Side Apartment
This project involved an apartment expansion connecting 2
separate levels in a New York City high rise apartment building. The
focal element of this expansion was the centrally located wood and steel stair
used to connect the 21st and 22nd floors.
This steel and oak assembly becomes a screen which separates
the living / dining areas from the kitchen, and provides connection from these
public living areas to the more private study area on the bedroom level above.
With Bradley Thiergartner Interiors and Nancy Holwell
Studios provided full architectural services for this interior renovation of a
loft in a historic Brooklyn Candy Factory. This renovation project
involved reconfiguring an existing 700 s.f. studio loft into a 2 bedroom loft,
for a young couple expecting their first child. A new bedroom was enclosed at
the lower level, and a space dividing stair was exchanged for a spiral stair to
access the upper level master suite.This renovation was performed successfully
on a very challenging budget.
Central Park South Apartment
interior renovation project involved performing design studies for the layout
of a 1200 square foot apartment overlooking Manhattan's Central Park. Efficient plan layouts were developed by Sundial Studios, which
balanced an ambitiously tight program within the small apartment, and maximized
the unit's spectacular views of the park and city skyline.
97th Street Entry Renovation
This project involved the complete renovation of an entranceway
serving a 110 unit Co-op building in New York's Upper East Side.
After performing a feasibility study, Sundial Studios
designed the renovation of the new building entrance to include an
accessibility ramp, and coordinated the team of Structural Engineers,
Mechanical Engineers, and Landscape Architects required to fully detail and
execute the project.
5th Avenue Renovation
This interior systems renovation project involved the
replacement of a 4 zone, 20 ton split system A/C serving a 8000 square foot
luxury duplex apartment overlooking Central Park. Sundial Studios detailed this
renovation, and coordinated the team of associated Mechanical and Acoustical
Engineers. This project included a complex approvals process to verify that all
new systems installed in this Landmarked Building met current York City Energy
Code and Noise Code.
Shepard Hall, at the City College of New York, was
originally completed in 1907. Subsequent failure of the exterior
terracotta figuring, which comprises approximately 20% of the facade areas, threatened
the building with structural collapse. This restoration project
involved the removal and replacement of all of the 72,000 terracotta facade
elements. These original pieces where recast in GFRC (glass fiber
reinforced concrete), and then reinstalled onto a new steel bracket
substructure. This building, designed by George B. Post, is a state
and federal landmark.
Project Architect with SWN Architects
This project involved the design of a new grandstand stadium
at Marist College in Poughkeepsie New York. This 2000 seat grandstand
stadium includes a luxury suite box above, and houses team rooms, training
rooms, restrooms and concessions below.
With Skidmore, Owings and Merrill.Images courtesy of Skidmore Owings and
State Street Rowhouse
This project involved the almost full renovation of a 4 unit
Boerum Hill townhouse into an owner's triplex residence, with a garden level
rental unit. This renovation included new mechanical systems, a retrofit of the
existing radiant heat system, a new open stairway, and new finishes, kitchen,
and bathrooms throughout.
Project Architect with SWN Architects
Maine Ice Arena
This project involved the design of a new ice and hockey
arena for Bowdoin College in Brunswick Maine. A tight budget directed to a
simple hip roofed glu-lam structure, with one corner of this box extending
outward to locate the building entry within a major campus view corridor. The exterior materials mimic the vernacular
of the campus, brick and standing seam metal.
With Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. Images courtesy of Skidmore Owings and
This project involved the complete renovation of a 3000
square foot warehouse to adapt the buildings program and layout to serve the
transport, delivery and long term storage of luxury wines, and the overnight
storage of the associated delivery vehicles. Sundial Studios provided full
architectural design services, and coordinated the project team including a
Structural engineer and Code Consultant.