Construction is done, and the client has moved in. This mix of post-construction photos show the interior spaces flowing together, gently mixing with the lovely interior light. Stained red cedar and contrasting dark paint make a great impression. Thin exterior eave-lines and shadowboxing around windows help create clean profiles.
A humble 2,200 square foot ranch house in Lafayette, California is about to be transformed into a spacious five-bedroom, three-bath home. Over 700 square feet of new conditioned space will be meshed into the footprint of the existing house, and adapted toward the reuse of the existing foundations – befitting the single-story ranch character of the neighborhood. The project
Camp Ramah in New England, Palmer, MA – Dedicated in summer of 2002. Situated in a wooded clearing previously occupied by an old two-story library, this 8,500 square-foot educational cloister includes three buildings- a library, classrooms and a synagogue. The client initially requested a single building, though the idea of distributing the program into separate buildings has preserved
Joel Mendelson was the Senior design architect for SB Architects on Waterfront City, a new mixed-use development by Majid Al-Futaim – currently under construction along an existing marina in the North Beirut. The design scope included an overall Masterplan totaling 800,000 square feet of built area over four buildings; 112 total residential units set above a 7-meter retail base;