San Francisco Residential Building Takes Cues From The Neighborhood’s Past And Present

950 Tennessee, Handel Architects, San Francisco, Dogpatch, Pure Freeform, Lumiflon USA, Scott Hargis
Handel Architects recently completed a residential project in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco. The project is a mixture of residential and industrial architectural styles meant to evoke the character of the area’s past and present. The project encompasses a city block, taking cues from the surrounding architecture, 950 Tennessee accommodates 100-residential units within two distinct components.

Architects Transform Concrete Structure Into Modern Office Complex In Watertown

The Linx, Watertown, MA, SGA Arch, Callahan, Boylston Properties, Commercial, CEI Materials
The Linx is a modern office complex in Watertown, Massachusetts, adapted from a concrete warehouse. The stunning adaptive reuse project, designed by Spagnolo, Gisness & Associates (SGA Arch), replaced the heavily concrete exterior with glass and modern metal materials. The combination of perforated metal and glass allows for a substantial influx of natural light while the use of iridescent metal playfully changes the exterior throughout the day.

Technologies Building At Nottingham University Features Colorful Color-Changing Façade

University of Nottingham, Energy Technologies Building, ETB, Maber Architects
The Energy Technologies Building at Nottingham University specializes in the research and development of sustainable energy technologies. Designed by the architects at Maber, the building is exceptionally energy efficient, producing enough energy to heat the neighboring Institute of Mental Health. The building is the first of its kind, a zero carbon in-use laboratory.