• This design draws from 1930’s architecture, as most of the downtown historic buildings date from that era.

  • A total of 10,000 sf, it’s a retail and office building with a corner restaurant.

  • This site plan shows flexible retail space along Main Street, a corner restaurant, and entry to offices above.

  • This is the cover of a different project concept, called Innovation HQ, a dynamic shared work environment centered around entrepreneur-ism in Boulder.

  • This conceptual computer model shows the site from above. It includes sharing a portion of the City offices building in the block between 13th and Canyon.

  • A transparent view of the computer model showing offices with below-ground parking.

  • An exploded view.

  • Quick interior renderings show spatial organizational concepts.

  • Interior views and glass railings help connect different organizations.

  • Exterior views are also important.

  • Exterior decks also allow for interior spaces to interact with surrounding public outdoor spaces.

  • The main level plan.

  • The parking level plan.

  • Possible organization of the Innovation HQ member companies.

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Other Office/ Mixed Use Projects

Two downtown mixed use projects are featured here. The first is in Frederick, CO. This design draws from 1930’s architecture, as most of the downtown historic buildings date from that era. A total of 10,000 sf, it’s a retail and office building with a corner restaurant. Designed to LEED Gold standards, it has special sun shading devices to control summer heat and reflect daylight into the interior.

The second is a study for Innovation HQ, a dynamic shared work environment centered around entrepreneur-ism in Boulder. This concept includes sharing a portion of the City offices building in the block between 13th and Canyon.

  • Date April 2, 2017
  • Tags Commercial