Category: Multifamily

Harley Ellis Devereaux (HED) Celebrates Opening of Metropolis Tower II Residences

Harley Ellis Devereaux (HED) is pleased to announce the completion of the Metropolis Tower II Residences in Los Angeles. HED, working for client Greenland USA, was responsible for the architectural design of this second residential tower on the Metropolis development site, after Gensler completed the project’s entitlement process and the site’s master plan. HED had also previously developed the condominium design in collaboration with Gensler on the Tower I Residences.

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Portland apartment building achieves LEED Gold Certification

Sustainable features in the apartment units include large double-pane, low E, insulated windows that provide natural light, high-efficiency systems for lighting and mechanical (HVAC), water-efficient fixtures and Energy Star appliances. There is preferred parking for electric vehicles, and there are recycling facilities on-site for residents. Low VOC emitting materials were used during construction, and construction waste was safely recycled, reused and disposed of accordingly.

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Mandarina, a Sustainable Development in Mexico

At Mandarina, the design stems from a detailed site analysis, investigating the geology, climate, views, and the availability of local materials, to name a few of the elements that go in to building climate responsive architecture. To understand how the site influenced previous lifestyles, the team looked at how people have lived in this area over time.

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San Francisco’s last-of-its-kind condominium development unveiled

To achieve a vision that evokes both elegance and modernity, the development team engaged SOM and Rottet Studio to conceptualize a design that uniquely expresses the indoor-outdoor lifestyle of California living. Targeting LEED® Gold certification, One Steuart Lane will also boast a minimally reflective, ultra-clear glass facade that will take advantage of the abundant sunlight and cool ambient climate in San Francisco to passively heat the residences and reduce energy consumption.

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May-June-2018 PRISM

Editor’s pick – Takeda Global Headquarters

Takeda Global Headquarters in Nihonbashi, Tokyo, Japan. In the 1st floor entrance space, a large circular stone filled with flowing water and light symbolizes “the source of life”, and wooden artwork made of three-dimensional kanji motifs for “water” and “light” lines the walls.

Takeda Global Headquarters in Nihonbashi, Tokyo, Japan. In the 1st floor entrance space, a large circular stone filled with flowing water and light symbolizes “the source of life”, and wooden artwork made of three-dimensional kanji motifs for “water” and “light” lines the walls.

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