Designed using the newest of New Urbanism Principles – Fairbanks Village departs from the average – with a variety of outdoor spaces recalling a small village community. Fairbanks was designed to offer several floor plan options and easy access to outdoor living spaces.
Graafschap Christian Reformed Church needed to add space to accommodate a growing congregation – and maintain the original church aesthetic.
Fairbanks Village was designed using the newest of New Urbanism Principles – with a variety of outdoor spaces recalling a small village community.
Mizu Sushi was a redevelopment of an existing downtown retail space – now a premiere sushi restaurant boasting a pristine sushi bar and simple, modern decor.
This full-service Flagstar Bank was designed to physically fit into a constrained site, blend in with the neighboring historic cider mill and large scale private residences.
Compassionate Heart has a full working kitchen and dining facilities, gymnasium, craft and project spaces, casual living rooms and offices for staff.
Onderground was designed and developed to attract a specific clientele – the restaurant specializes in unique handmade cocktails.
Butch’s Dry Dock was a redevelopment of an existing downtown retail space – now a fining dining restaurant, wine and cocktail lounge and wine retail shop.
Benjamin’s Hope is an innovative residential community of learning, adventure, worship and play – set on a 40-acre campus.
This single-family residence melts seamlessly into a wooded lot with horizontal planes and corner windows which allow two-sided views of nature from all interior rooms.
The Hudson Center building is Hudsonville’s first three-story structure – creating a walkable downtown business district for the city.