JDAVIS ARCHITECTS URBAN DESIGN A RCHITECTURE L ANDSCAPE A RCHITECTURE
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JDavis Architects is an organization of architects, landscape architects and interior designers committed to partnering with our clients to create vibrant, livable communities with architecture of lasting value. The diversity of our experience is one of our leading attributes. We are experts in the design of a wide range of project types that form the building blocks of the communities in which we work. We are community designers at heart and have become leaders in the planning and architecture of livable neighborhoods, mixed-use projects, and urban infill developments. While our work is diverse, we approach each project with the same collaborative focus. Our team approach, and our commitment that each client be integral to discovering the most innovative and appropriate solution, is the cornerstone of our practice and the key to our continued success. HOUSING ARCHITECTURE JDavis Architects has an award winning reputation for creating livable residential developments that reflect the character and history of the communities in which they are located. We are skilled in the design of housing that balances the challenges of density and marketability with the unique qualities of a site. Our broad housing experience includes virtually all residential and multifamily building types. We are experts in both the planning and architecture of detached, attached, garden style, and high density residential developments. As enhancements to these developments, we are also skilled in the design of amenities such as clubhouses, gatehouses, pools, and fitness facilities.
MIXED-USE ARCHITECTURE As experts in the design of housing, retail, and office environments, we are uniquely qualified as leaders in the design of mixed use developments. With integrated Planning and Landscape Architecture, we can guide a mixed use project from concept to completion under one roof.
INTERIORS Our Interiors Group has extensive experience in the interior design and space planning of office, retail, and restaurant environments. Our services range from initial space analysis and programming all the way to furniture selection and the coordination of move-in.
OFFICE AND CORPORATE ARCHITECTURE We are leaders in the design of office environments. We have a history of designing adaptable, multi-tenant office buildings, striking corporate headquarters, and cost effective flex buildings.
SUSTAINABLE DESIGN JDavis Architects is committed to sustainable design for the health and well-being of the people who use the buildings and communities we design. JDA provides socially responsible green design in all our disciplines. Services include ecological planning and landscape design; energy and water efficient architecture, and low emitting interior environments. Our LEED Accredited Professionals work with our clients to provide sustainable features, and guide them through the appropriate certification process, such as, LEED, Energy Star or North Carolina Healthy Building programs.
RECREATION AND RESORT ARCHITECTURE We have extensive experience in the planning and architecture of community centers, parks, recreation, fitness, and clubhouse facilities. Additionally, we have a successful history in master planning, housing, and amenity design for golf course and marina communities. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE The primary focus of our Landscape Architecture Group is development planning for the land development industry. Our staff is balanced with skilled professionals in site design, site engineering, and urban design. We offer development planning services for housing and commercial developments, mixed use projects, and urban infill sites. With architects and planners working side by side, JDavis Architects is uniquely positioned to offer our clients comprehensive leadership in the design of great places to live, work, and play.
DAVIS PARK Research Triangle Park, NC
Davis Park is a 150 acre new urbanist mixed-use community underway in the heart of the Research Triangle Park. Davis Park will include up to 2,500 multi-family units and approximately 225,000 SF of office and commercial space.
TOWN CENTER 751 SOUTH Durham, NC
The Town Center for 751 South is the downtown retail core of a new traditional neighborhood development located in southern Durham, near the border of Chatham County. The community consists of retail, office, multi-family, single-family, a neighborhood elementary school and a YMCA.
Town Center 751 South
MEADOWMONT VILLAGE CENTER Chapel Hill, NC
Meadowmont is a 400-acre master planned TND Development on the Highway 54 gateway into Chapel Hill. The Village Center is the centerpiece of the development, and is designed as a festive pedestrian oriented marketplace organized around a â€œVillage Green/Main Street.â€? Both living units and office space are located above ground level retail. A 50,000 SF Harris Teeter Market anchors the development.
SOUTHERN VILLAGE C O URTYARD HOMES Chapel Hill, NC
Southern Village, located on Market Street of Chapel Hill, NC, is a 15,000 square feet mixed use building complex with retail on the ground level and condominiums on the upper levels. Market Street has the look and feel of a classic main street. Each building has a distinctive architectural design. Attractive two and three-story buildings house shops, offices and residences and surround a Village Green. Through the design of Market Street suggests an older town, the office and retail spaces offer what todayâ€™s businesses have come to expect - easy access, ample parking, a wealth of amenities and state of the art technology.
CAPITOL PARK Raleigh, NC
Capitol Park is a mixed-use neighborhood adjacent to both Peach College and the NC State Government Complex. It represents a $30 million Hope VI Grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The grant funded the demolition of Halifax Court, a Public Housing Project built in 1947, and the construction of a New Urbanist Development that mirrors the fabric of the contiguous Pilot Mill and Mordecai neighborhoods. JDavis Aarchitects provided both architecture, landscape architecture, and planning for the entirety of Capitol Park.
FEW GARDENS Durham, NC
The Few Gardens Revitalizations represents $60 Million Hope VI Grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The grant funds the revival of Few Gardens, a Public Housing Project in downtown Durham.
GOVERNORS VILLAGE AT DANIELS ISLAND Charleston, SC
Governors Village was planned as a Traditional Neighborhood Development in keeping with the community design standards of Daniels Island. Apartment buildings â€œfrontâ€? a central boulevard with sidewalks, street trees and paralle parking. The majority of parking for the community is hidden from public view in the rear of the buildings. A percentage of the ground floor is dedicated to retail space. Additionally the community center and leasing offices are also integal with the ground floor of the apartment buildings.
WEST VILLAGE Durham, NC
West Village is an urban mixed-used, development community consisting of the adaptive-reuse of six historic tobacco warehouses built between 1899 and 1926 and was once used by the Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company to store and process tobacco and manufacture cigareets. West Village represents 992,000 SF of Historic Preservation / Renovation project consists of 375 loft-style apartments, 164,000 square feet of class A office/lab space and 58,000 square feet of retail space on downtownâ€™s Main Street.
RAMBLEWOOD Raleigh, NC
Ramblewood Residential is a pedestrian â€œfriendlyâ€? infill development of 155 townhouse and condominium living units, located inside the Beltline in Raleigh. There are three (3) distinct residential product types in the community.
leadership Jeffrey T. Davis, AIA, LEED AP President email@example.com Lawrence R. Zucchino, ASLA, LEED AP Managing Principal larry firstname.lastname@example.org William D. Egan, AIA, LEED AP Principal email@example.com Neil T. Gray, AIA, LEED AP Principal firstname.lastname@example.org N. Bond McCamy, ASLA, LEED AP Principal email@example.com Robert Nussear, Jr., AIA, LEED AP Principal firstname.lastname@example.org K. Daryl Carrington, Ph.D. AIA, LEED AP Manager, Philadelphia Studio Director of Sustainable Design email@example.com
Published on Jul 7, 2011