Project DescriptionFrom the AIA:
In the early 21st century, a derelict Centennial Mills is poised to become the center of a rejuvenated and regenerative River District. During the course of the design studio my classmates and I developed a master plan for the site. For my piece of the plan I designed an office space that incorporated one of the prevalent historic structures on the site, the original flour mill building originally constructed in 1910.
From the jury:
This project goes above and beyond in terms of its material volume investigation; using various material options in relation to their carbon footprint. The project is also exemplary for its storm water management, exploration of effective aperture methods, and well-delineated interiors. The adaptive reuse narrative is compelling and the section nicely articulates the function and design of the atrium.