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Virginia Beach, VA
Winthrope Avenue residence is a Southwestern style architecture remodel, built in Southeastern Virginia. The scope of work included adding living space on a portion of the second floor of a single-story house, providing views of the pool and waterfront site beyond as well as a prominent main entry to the house. The design was modeled in 3 D to demonstrate visual balance of the second story additions with the exiting structure that was to remain one-story.
The neighborhood of Lochhaven is a gentrified mix of homes dating from the 1920’s and 30’s. The renovation project in the photos assembled transformed a 1950′s suburban colonial home into a striking expression of Tudor style architecture. The owner’s had acquired a variety of “art deco” furnishings and collectible artifacts to be incorporated into the finished product including 16 leaded glass windows with diamond shaped panes.
Chamberlayne Ave. Self Storage is a 65,060 sf facility located near downtown Richmond. The design was a renovation of an existing industrial laundry facility. The project features four covered loading areas, a conference room and business center, mini-offices and a sample storage unit in addition to the 43,000 sf of leasable storage space.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA
The alterations and additions to this historical farmhouse transformed it into a bed and breakfast inn with ten guest rooms, several out buildings and a premier restaurant. GMF+ designed this project in 1994. Upon its completion Virginia Beach City Planning recognized it with an award for outstanding historical redevelopment. In 2008 it was featured on the cover of a publication of the 50 Most Historically Significant Houses and Structures in Virginia Beach.