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With roots extending back to a two-person partnership formed in 1898 in Austin, Texas, Page is one of the most prolific and enduring architecture and engineering design practices. From offices in Houston, Austin, Dallas, Denver, San Francisco and Washington DC—as well as internainternational tional affiliate affiliate offices—over offices—over 400 Page 400 architects, Page architects, engineers, engineers, interior designers, planners, strategic analysts and technical specialists provide services throughout the United States and in over 50 countries. Our diverse, international portfolio includes projects in the healthcare, academic, government and science and technology sectors, as well as civic, corporate corporate and urban and urban housing housing projects. projects. The Page portfolio consists largely of complex projects that benefit from our integrated disciplines and that make a significant impact on the communities they serve. We are guided by the three core values of creativity, collaboration, and commitment, and through the force of these ideals, we live up to our promise of design that makes lives better.

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Page Serves The Following Core Markets:

Academic Civic/Government Corporate/Commercial Healthcare Housing/Hospitality Science/Technology

Design is the crux of what we do. Throughout the generations, Page has promised, and delivered, design that makes lives better. We believe buildings are important for what they do and for the positive impact they make on individual lives. That’s why we have a solution-driven project focus that results in life-enhancing buildings and places. Our multidisciplinary services allow complete integration from conceptualization to engineering to interiors and more, resulting in an improved client experience and final product. We recognize that good talent can be applied to complex projects regardless of industry. And good talent becomes great when it gains experience in a variety of situations. We create crossover teams so that individuals can work on different projects and share their own expertise and insights with other team members. Our collective commitment to visionary design is reflected in our portfolio of successful, complex projects. Our work spans the globe, from more than 25 U.S. diplomatic compounds to mission critical facilities in the Middle East to five-star resorts in Africa and beyond. Since Page has multiple offices in the US and affiliates abroad, we have the capability to staff projects onsite as well as set up “follow the sun” workflows to increase efficiency. While Page is distinguished by our portfolio of successes, we also are distinguished by our full spectrum of architectural and engineering design services. This allows us to provide an integrated “total design” single team approach. Our clients benefit from the highest levels of interdisciplinary coordination, quality control and quick response demanded on today’s highly complex and technically sophisticated projects.

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This we believe. As agents for positive change, we are driven by the ideals we hold dear. In the delivery of our services, we are guided by three core values: Creativity

Think curiosity/innovation/ imagination/optimism/originality.

Collaboration

Think sharing/community/ camaraderie/civility/teamwork.

Commitment

Think integrity/respect/giving/ discipline/rigor.

Architecture Page is known for their well-researched program-driven solutions aided by integrated multidisciplinary expertise and a strategic mindset. We bring global thinking and experience to bear on projects that build communities. Our portfolio reflects a commitment to visionary design, a record of innovation and fresh ideas and most importantly, demonstrated success with complex projects. We develop a uniquely created design for every project that reflects the building type, client, need and location. We take pride in knowing that a Page project is one of the best possible solutions to the needs of its multiple stakeholders from owner to operator to neighbor. Engineering Engineering is a historical part of Page’s services, and a critical part. In the mid-1900s, we were one of the first architectural firms in the nation to integrate in-house engineering design services, which was an innovative approach for a single design organization. Today, our engineers are responsible for designing interdependent mechanical, electrical, plumbing, civil and structural systems for a wide range of projects. These vary in complexity and innovation from office buildings and corporate interiors, to academic institutions to technology and healthcare facilities.

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Interiors Page believes that well-designed interiors can be a critical force. They help clients accomplish their mission, and improve the quality of people’s lives. Just like our interiors in our own offices, our clients’ interiors serve as positive, consistent visual reinforcements of their own cultural identity. By combining the skills of our interior designers with those of our architects, planners, engineers, and visualization specialists, we offer our clients a range and quality of single point responsibility found in few other places. Our interiors services range from programming, space-planning and officing studies to the selection of furnishings, finishes and artwork. Planning Our portfolio of work includes more than just buildings. It also includes complexes, campuses and cities. Our Page planning staff develop master plans that are innovative and that include detailed strategies for implementation and development. From university campuses to resorts to city revitalization plans, each project gives us the opportunity to employ our exploratory and research-focused methodology. The manifestations of our plans are destinations that build upon unique qualities and spirit of place – places where people can grow and prosper. Programming Before we design physical spaces, our Page Programming team members lead a strategic planning process with our specialists, designers and clients to crystallize both the vision and objective for a project. They understand business dynamics and organizational complexities, which allows them to facilitate productive discussions. We generate a robust understanding of the problem at hand prior to design in order to facilitate, support and in some cases guide clients’ organizational change and growth decisions. We have proven that throughout design, construction and move-in, the clearly communicated project definition developed in the pre-design phase supports effective organizational and/or operational change management even after project completion. Informed client decisions position our entire team to develop optimal solutions throughout every step of the design process.

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Sustainability Page has long recognized the need to design sustainably to conserve construction and operational resources and to ensure buildings continue to function efficiently into the future. Our Consulting suite of services includes sustainable consulting ranging from green building education sessions to full documentation for rating systems used in different parts of the world from LEED to BREEAM, Green Globes and Estidama. Our approach to design presupposes sustainability. In fact, it is integral to all of our architecture and engineering solutions, whether or not the project seeks certification from a green building rating system. Commissioning Page recognizes the level of investment and importance of facilities that function as designed from the day they open. Our Commissioning service provides this assurance to owners and operators as well as minimizing costly construction rework. This is accomplished through a collaborative process that includes the building owner, design professionals and the general contractor under the guiding hand of the Commissioning Authority. Our Commissioning staff has developed a solid track record for Page as a Certified Commissioning Firm (CCF). The exacting standards of our teams of professional engineers, architects and field technicians in service of our clients support delivery of construction quality.

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Housing/Hospitality Maximizing livability in personal spaces and communities.

Our range of full-service capabilities is unique in both talent and breadth. The Page portfolio includes hotels, resorts, high-rise residential, mid-rise mixed use/multi family, restaurants, and luxury houses. At Page, we strive to influence how people experience their immediate environments through their personal spaces. We understand the psychological impact that intimate surroundings can create and seek to connect that sense with the community in which these spaces are enveloped. As a full service firm, we have worked with national brands, along with public and private investors in launching their projects. We partner with our clients, developing feasibility studies and documentation that illustrate the strengths of a facility for permitting entities, historic review boards, and potential partners. Our projects have won numerous awards for urban design, architecture, and interior design as well as construction quality.

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At Page, we’re mindful of the need to maximize livability while also ensuring efficiency in resource consumption. These are equally critical forces in affordability, both for the owner/operator as well as for the end user. While we leverage current technologies to improve our project’s carbon footprint in the community, we have an eye toward how the building will function in the future.

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AMLI on 2nd Austin, Texas Quick Facts Services Provided Planning / Architecture / MEP Engineering / Interior Design Final Project Size 500,000 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction

Awards Associated Builders and Contractors, Central Texas Chapter, Certificate of Excellence Dream Home, Best Mixed-Use Living Society of American Registered Architects Design Award of Merit Texas Society of Architects Design Award

AMLI on 2nd is a mixed-use, 18-story building in the rapidly developing 2nd Street District in downtown Austin. The building integrates 35,000 square feet of ground level retail, 4½ levels of above-ground parking, a spacious pool/clubhouse/recreation deck above the garage, and 17 floors of residential units. The project image is contemporary, clean, and responsive to the context of its downtown environment. The tower’s skin is made of anodized aluminum shingles, giving it a rich texture and a luminous surface quality that changes in different light conditions. The building is broken into four separate volumes articulated by color as well as by massing. Within each volume, a distinctive staggered window pattern along with stacked columns of sunrooms break down the scale once again. The garage is draped with a lightweight steel and polycarbonate armature that both screens cars from view and provides a lively streetscape. The result is an urban building that is finely tuned to its context, with a scale that is large enough to hold its own among other towers, yet small enough to seem residential. The residential units maximize daylight and views with large, carefully situated windows. Ground floor amenity spaces similarly revel in generous north light, tall open spaces and simple finishes. Concrete floors and ceilings prevail throughout. The pool and recreation deck on the fourth floor provides extensive social spaces with excellent views of the city and surrounding landscape.

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AMLI Mueller Austin, Texas Project Details Project Size 230,000 Square Feet 280 Units Services Provided Architecture / Interiors

This five-story, 230,000 square foot multifamily AMLI residential project was envisioned as a cornerstone of the 700-acre Mueller mixed-use master plan – a live/work/play development in east-central Austin. Situated along the shores of picturesque Lake Park, featuring over 13 miles of hike and bike trails, the complex was designed as both a bold backdrop for the park and a portal to the central commercial district within the development. As such, the building is composed of a series of brightly colored volumes that vary in height and depth, lending a sense of scale and vibrancy to the park perimeter that is visible from a nearby major thoroughfare. The Mueller neighborhood is a public-private-partnership redevelopment of the original Robert Mueller Municipal Airport which was operational from 1936 to 1999. To create a sense of place within the fabric of Mueller, both the interior and public spaces of the project celebrate movement of all kinds. The interior public spaces, which include the leasing office and amenity spaces, were inspired by the original shapely airplane hangar adjacent to the property and the remaining simple volumetric structures that now house the Austin Film Society’s studios and production facilities within the development. The result is a long, shed-like space framed by deep beams and linear wood infill. In concert with the exterior, color is used to define volumes within the interior, create scale and reinforce the texture of the existing neighborhood buildings. Also in keeping with the fabric of the community, artwork in the shared spaces informs visitors of the development’s history as an aviation center and illustrates the preferred forms of transportation by this generation of Mueller residents. Bicyclists and pedestrians are dominant at Mueller and are represented by original artwork created by the project team, local fabricators and artists.

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Project Details Project Size 500,000 Square Feet 167 Units Services Provided Architecture / Interiors

70 Rainey Street Austin, Texas This 35-story condo tower on Lady Bird Lake is 167 units and has 330 parking spaces plus 80 public parking spaces. The 28,000 square foot park-like amenity deck has an infinity edge pool, several outdoor dining areas and is on top of a nine-story base. Interior amenities include a clubhouse, private dining area, conference rooms, fitness center, and a golf simulator on two levels in the middle of the sky park.

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Project Details Project Size 352 Units/ 345,000 SF 468 Parking spaces Services Provided Architecture / Interiors / Civil Engineering

Presidium Riverside Apartments Austin, Texas Presidium Riverside Apartments is an urban catalyst, helping transform a previously single use, low density car dominated area into a 24/7 sustainable, walkable Live-Work-Play district. Located on a hilltop with spectacular views of the downtown Austin lakefront skyline, it also takes advantage of rapidly multiplying multimodal transportation options including hike and bike trails, public transportation and car share services. Net Zero capable, the project incorporates a wide array of cutting edge green technologies that were vetted through a rigorous Return-on-Investment analysis, including on-site solar generation, high efficiency HVAC systems and passive energy reducing design features. Designed to appeal to Austin’s tech savvy and environmentally conscious demographic, the project includes cutting edge amenities including an array of informal hospitality oriented co-working spaces that range from quiet indoor areas to social outdoor spaces, blurring the lines and revamping the notion of traditional business centers. Bike storage and repair spaces connected to a central pedestrian/bike paseo enable quick access to the surrounding restaurants and retail as well as the nearby lakefront. A variety of outdoor dining and play areas support the active indoor/outdoor Austin lifestyle.

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Acoma Denver, Colorado Quick Facts Services Provided Architecture / Planning / Design Services / Interior Design Final Project Size 365,000 Square Feet + 128,000 Square Feet (Parking) Type of Construction New Construction

Awards Gold Nugget Grand Award, Best MultiFamily Housing Project – Over 6 Stories Multifamily Executive Design Awards – High-Rise Project of the Year Merit Award

Located in Denver’s Golden Triangle, the 16-story Acoma residential tower was designed to address the needs of the target audience of young urban professionals and to blend in comfortably with the surrounding neighborhood and arts district. The urban experience is enhanced with pedestrian-friendly arcades, canopies and stoops along the street. The building’s five-story base, which contains a parking garage wrapped with two-story loft units, extends to the street edge and continues the established urban fabric. The taller residential tower of the building is set back to allow light and views to reach the street. Brick and cast stone details at the base of the building and the rich layers of pedestrian, public, and semi-private spaces around the street edge also reinforce the connection to the immediate streetscape. Reflecting its location in the art district, there are several outdoor public sculptures, and local artists’ work is showcased throughout the interior. Like the exterior, the extensive public spaces located throughout the interior project a strong, vibrant energy while still using materials to reflect the Colorado setting. Community spaces for residents include a large living area, business center, demonstration kitchen, game room and a wine garret. The linear lobby space runs along the street edge and serves as a rotating gallery featuring local artists, inviting pedestrian traffic to inhabit the space. The pool deck and exterior amenity areas are are elevated from the street, separating the outdoor activities from the street life below and maximizing views of downtown and the Rocky Mountains.

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Austin City Lofts Austin, Texas Quick Facts Services Provided Planning / Programming / Architecture / Interior Design / MEP Engineering / Specification / Graphic Design Final Project Size 165,000 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction

This 82-unit, 14-story tower provides an anchor and landmark for a mixed-use district in the southwest quadrant of downtown Austin. Along busy 5th Street, a three-story horizontal stone volume houses the entry lobby, deep stacked porches and a modest retail strip off a shady arcade. Parking for 150 vehicles is tucked behind and below. Along Shoal Creek a garden, pool and cookout area are edged by the stacked stone porches and a five-story metal-clad series of units with great views up and down the creek. Atop the carefully articulated base rises a long, thin tower with primary views south to Lady Bird Lake and north to the Capitol Building and the University of Texas. Two-story thru-units in much of the tower command vistas in both directions. Materials for the tower are fair-face concrete, metal panels and copper shingles. The project is within a 100-year flood plain, which required extensive flood prevention measures for the lower levels of the building.

Awards AIA Austin Merit Award Austin AIA Honor Award – Loft Interiors Austin Commercial Real Estate Awards Dream Home, Best Condominium / Loft Dream Home, Best Interior Design for Condominium /Loft IIDA Texas/Oklahoma Chapter Residential Design Excellence Award Texas Society of Architects Design Award

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Cirque Dallas, Texas Quick Facts Services Provided Architecture / Design / Interiors Final Project Size 358,862 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction

Awards Dallas Topping Out Top Ten Finalist Gold Nugget Outstanding High-Rise Apartment

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Cirque soars 28 stories above Victory Park and offers breathtaking views of the Dallas skyline. On the tight, 1.13-acre urban site, exterior spaces are carved from the two principal forms of the 530,000-square-foot, mixed-use residential tower. The luxury residential property has 252 residences, retail at the ground level, and a 25,000-square-foot urban roof garden at the sixth level. The public areas have been designed to create an ambience that is not only striking, with an emphasis on clean, modern lines, but also inviting to residents and guests. From the oval space that is suspended over the main lobby creating a space above and below, to the wall graphics, to the circular exterior lounge booths, the design embraces the “cirque” concept. Two elements situated on an east-west axis reduce western exposure. Contrasted by a rectilinear northern volume, the curved southern form provides more access to downtown views and allows southern exposure for the pool deck. A layer of balconies and precast concrete wraps the curving glass façade along the south face, while a more static precast concrete grid anchors the north side. Multicolor glass and metal panels screen the parking garage in a pattern that fluctuates with changes in light and orientation. Fossilized limestone adds texture to the residential entry and retail levels.Cirque was designed in association with Gromatzky Dupree & Associates.

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2400 Nueces Austin, Texas Quick Facts Service Provided Architecture / MEP Engineering / Consulting / Programming / Planning / Sustainability / Contract Administration Final Project Size 587,570 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction

This award-winning and financially successful in-fill development aspires to create a metropolitan quality of life, appropriate to the scale of the West Campus neighborhood of the UT Austin campus, with the implied quality and responsible ethic of sustainability. This project currently houses 622 student in 304 units, with 18,500 square feet of dedicated ground and mezzanine level office space for UT’s International Student Offices and 532 structured parking spaces. This project distinguishes itself in the Austin community, targeted for LEED Silver certification. Energy efficient measures exceed standard practices. These include locating and orienting the building to control solar loads; shaping and orienting the building for exposure to prevailing winds, and to induce buoyancy for natural ventilation; designing windows to maximize daylighting and natural ventilation and to minimize south-facing windows without shading; and shaping and planning the interior to enhance daylight and natural air flow distribution.

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LEED gold

Quick Facts Services Provided Architecture / MEP Engineering / LEED Consulting Final Project Size 17,180 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction

Awards AIA Houston, Design Award for Architecture Gulf Coast Chapter, ASID. Best of Hospitality Gulf Coast Chapter, ASID. Best in Show Commercial IIDA Texas/Oklahoma Chapter. Design Excellence for Hospitality Society of American Registered Architects Design Award of Excellence

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The Grove at Discovery Green Houston, Texas The Grove revels in being an extension of its memorable site, Discovery Green park, in the heart of a downtown Houston. This 17,180-square-foot restaurant is a series of long thin bars that run parallel to a magnificent double row of live oak trees. The first bar contains dining spaces above and below in a steel frame with large fixed and operable glass panels. Each space has a different vista into the complex web of trunks and branches through various kinds of glass that admit soft north light. The view under the tree canopy connects diners to the primary lawn of Discovery Green park and to glimpses of an intensely colorful, commissioned art work by Austin artist Margo Sawyer. The second bar is made of a ruddy Gulf Coast brick and houses two grand exterior stairs as well as bathrooms, an elevator and interior circulation. The third, containing the kitchen, is wrapped in sustainability farmed ipe wood. The final bar is brick again and houses delivery and administration. Downstairs, the main bar is located at the west end of the building, affording a view of the downtown skyline as well as the live oaks. Private decks allow the main dining room to spill out under the trees in fine weather, giving a strong sense of connection to nature in all seasons. By breaking the restaurant into a series of smaller parts defined by function and by using a range of warm, tactile materials, the building becomes a natural extension of the park and the trees with a scale, texture and color palette that complements its surroundings. The Grove, along with the entire park, has been designed to achieve Gold LEED certification.

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Waterstone Lago Vista, Texas Quick Facts Services Provided Architecture / Interior Design / Structural Engineering / Studies Final Project Size 131,749 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction

Awards Dream Homes, Best Multi-Family Project

The Waterstone Condominium Development is nestled in the City of Lago Vista on Lake Travis. With a total of 71 luxurious condominiums distributed throughout 7 buildings, complete with an open air club house and pool area, the owner is afforded the perfect lake house getaway. Average condo unit size is approximately 1,600 square feet. The design of the project and building arrangement takes full advantage of the site’s unique topography and slope towards the water. The site contains a natural shelf where the buildings are sited. The approach has a vast wall of natural vegetation, giving the project plenty of privacy that one comes to expects outside the city. The architecture for this complex can be described as modern luxury with the traditional lines of the rugged Texas Hill Country. With spectacular views of Lake Travis, the project maximizes the use of energy efficient floor to ceiling glazing and shading systems on the lakeside. The exterior materials use a combination of stone, stucco and wood to create a rich modern style of architecture. Various layout options consist of 1 and 2 story units with garages that are both integral to the condo building themselves and detached. Finely detailed with clean, modern lines, the Waterstone community is designed to be quiet and unpretentious—a quiet place to enjoy the beauty of a spectacular natural landscape.

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Rice Lofts Houston, Texas Quick Facts Services Provided Architecture / Interior Design / MEP Engineering Final Project Size 643,000 Square Feet Type of Construction Renovation

Awards ASID/Houston Chronicle Interior Design Awards. Judges’ Special Award for Outstanding Historic Renovation ULI-Houston Development of Distinction Award

Page provided architectural and engineering services for the restoration and upgrading of the historic Rice Hotel, located at Main and Texas Avenue in downtown Houston. The $32 million Rice Hotel is considered the crown jewel in the city’s revitalization efforts. Extensive research into the building’s history and original plans enabled our designers to re-create its grandeur. The marble floors and walls in the lobby have been refurbished to their original luster, and custom elevators have been installed to accommodate the smaller shafts of the original elevator system. The highly inefficient hotel floor plan was used effectively for loft living by moving the dark, double-loaded corridor on each residential floor to the exterior wall. This single-loaded condition allowed a greater efficiency and flexibility in unit layout. The renovated building accommodates 320 residential and penthouse lofts of from one to three stories in height. It features above- and below-ground parking, retail stores, a fitness center and renovation of the hotel’s original ballroom and basement-level swimming pool. In 2014, the Rice Lofts was purchased by a new owner, Crow Holdings. Page has been engaged once again to transform the property into a modern luxury living complex, which is scheduled to be completed at the first quarter of 2015.

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Al-Ain Hilton Hotel & Resort Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Quick Facts Services Provided Architecture Final Project Size 1,184,000 Square Feet

The Al-Ain Hilton Hotel and Resort is located on the southeastern boundary of Al Ain City near the Oman border. This world class, fivestar facility is designed with every attempt to conserve all aspects of the natural environment, balancing cost, time and quality. The hotel will include 150 rooms, three restaurants and lounge. There will also be 200 chalets with 1 or 2-bedrooms. In addition, there will be 200 serviced apartments, ranging from one to three-bedrooms with separate entrance and its own lounge area and health club. Other amenities include a 1,200-seat Grand Ballroom, five restaurants and shopping areas and a 16,000 square foot health club and spa facility.

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Rough Creek Lodge & Conference Center Glen Rose, Texas Quick Facts Services Provided Planning / Architecture / MEP Engineering / Interior Design Final Project Size 45,638 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction

Awards AIA Austin Honor Award Architectural Wood Institute. Merit Award Building Stone Institute, Tucker Award North Texas Associated Builders and Contractors. Award of Excellence Society of American Registered Architects Design Award of Merit Texas Society of Architects Honor Award

Positioned on a high ridge with commanding views of a lake, a grove of mature live oaks and the rounded peak of Chalk Mountain, the 45,638-square-foot lodge is the focus of an 11,000-acre ranch in the Texas Hill Country. Serene, secluded and spectacular, the lodge accommodates 80 people for sleep and up to 200 guests for special occasions. All private as well as public rooms extend out to the landscape via porches and terraces. Centralized facilities include a very large living room / dining room with associated porches and terraces, several conference rooms of various sizes, a fitness facility, a pool and a game room. The buildings sit long and low, hugging the contours of the hill. They nestle into existing trees to form a continuous mass made of natural and manmade forms that rim the brow of the promontory. The rooms inside these simple curved forms are tall, open and filled with light which penetrates from a wide variety of openings with diverse orientations and sun control devices. Public spaces and dining areas engage the natural landscape at every opportunity, providing sunny spaces protected from the north wind in winter and shady spaces oriented to prevailing breezes in the summer. Each of the 39 guest rooms includes porches or terraces, emphasizing again both the formal and functional merger of buildings and the land.

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Joule Denver / 1000 Speer Denver, Colorado Quick Facts Services Provided Architecture / Interior Design Final Project Size 405,000 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction

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The EnV Denver building, situated at the intersection of Cherokee Street, 10th Avenue and Speer Boulevard will mark a prominent gateway to Denver’s Golden Triangle Arts District. In keeping with the high standard of modern urban architecture employed on recent projects including the History Colorado Center, the Clyfford Still Museum and the Denver Art Museum, this 16-story residential tower will reflect a blend of clean modern design with traditional Denver architectural materials. Rich layers of pedestrian, public and semiprivate spaces around the street edge will help to activate the immediate streetscape. The building will provide 224 for-rent apartments, ranging from efficient studios to larger 3-bedroom units. It will also include townhouse style live-work units with individual entries on Cherokee Street. A parking garage, which will be screened from view from the exterior, will provide approximately 280 secure parking spaces on six levels. Direct access into lobby spaces from all levels of the garage will be provided for residents Amenities planned for the project include a variety of lobby area spaces, a clubhouse lounge, lap pool, outdoor terrace, and a fitness center. The occupied floor area, not including the parking garage, will be 298,515 SF. The gross square footage of the building is planned to be approximately 405,500 GSF. The project will include a small park to the south of the building, at the intersection of Speer and Cherokee. This area will be a public space, accessible to building residents as well as the public, and it will be enriched with public art, to express the unique character of the neighborhood.

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Hotel Andaz Resort & Residences Austin, Texas Quick Facts Services Provided Architecture / Master Planning Final Project Size 405,000 Square Feet

The Hyatt Andaz Hotel & Residences is a 405,000 square foot project in the heart of the planned East Avenue development. The project includes a 175,000 square foot, 210-key, sophisticated, eco-conscious, five-star luxury hotel which reflects the values, character, and style of Austin as well as 230,000 square feet of residential units. At street level there will be cafes, restaurants and meeting rooms as well as hotel and multi-family residential lobbies that open generously to the surrounding pedestrian-oriented environment. Terraces with outdoor seating will connect the building to a park to the south and to an entry court to the north. Views from the rooms and residential units above are designed to on the State Capitol Building, the UT Tower and the downtown skyline.

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406 E. Main Street Hotel Fredericksburg, Texas Quick Facts Services Provided Planning / Programming / Architecture / Interior Design / Soft Goods Fit-out / Art Consulting Final Project Size 80,000 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction

This boutique hotel will be located at the east end of the historic shopping district of downtown Fredericksburg, and consists of a 63-key hotel above ground level retail, café, restaurant, wine bar, and basement level parking. As the region’s wine and art cultures have grown, so has the need for an elegant hospitality setting that complements the market and offers an alternative to the traditional bed and breakfast settings in the area. The elegant and composed building respectfully reflects the historical context of the vibrant retail district, while the décor and interior design create a serene and gracious experience for guests. Outdoor areas function as extensions of interior spaces and linkages to Main Street, and form natural privacy buffers between public and guest spaces. The design emphasizes and extends the current pedestrian-centric character of Main Street, drawing inspiration from the materials of existing pathways and the hotel Owner’s experience in metals, jewelry and winemaking. The main public level of the project consists of lobby, wine bar, conference space, pool and amenity deck that faces hill country views, retail fronting Main Street, restaurant with dining the wraps around a gorgeous old growth Live Oak Tree and service areas. This level sits above a parking garage that is built into the natural grade of the site and offers convenient automobile circulation. Rooms include single king, double queen and a variety of suites and occupy two levels above the main level. Also on the second level is an event and yoga deck that shares the courtyard shade with the Live Oak.

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