Architecture & Design
Oi Cellular Furniture: A Unique Couch to Lounge On
Oi’s new cellular furniture system is a unique line of seating and surface components, which fit onto a 30-in. x 30-in. base to create a cell. The cells can be combined to create hundreds of configurations.
MHN Interview with Lisa Gelfand: Stimulus Money Helped Start Three Projects
Lisa Gelfand, principal at Gelfand Architects talks to MHN about the importance of the AARO funds in getting these projects done and the challenges in converting former these hotels into residential units.
How to Stage a Model Apartment?
New York–One of the first things prospective residents like to see in a property is the model units.
Moore Design Group Creates Boutique Hotel Atmosphere for The Carlton in Houston
The multifamily industry is feeling the effects of increased competition. Smart money is placing its bets on creating opportunity through cosmetic improvements.
Achieving LEED Silver with Metal Frame Construction
By Diana Mosher, Editor-in-Chief Mission Walk is a development by Berry Street LLC—an affiliate of BRIDGE Housing Corporation—and the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency (SFRA). “This workforce housing is for folks who earn too much to qualify for low income housing but not enough to buy market rate housing in San Francisco,” says Richard Stacy, FAIA, Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects (LMSA), the San Francisco-based firm that designed Mission Walk. [Mission Walk was featured in MHN Magazine’s May issue. Click here to read “Development & Design: Staying in San Francisco.”] Mission Walk is on track to being certified LEED Silver. The paperwork…
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