Harrisonburg, Virginia & Asheville, North Carolina
Shenandoah Bluffs is a collection of home designs within Active Adult Communities intended for sites located in mountainous regions of Virginia and North Carolina. Home designs range from a Duplex with 1,572 sf two-bedroom models up to a spacious 3,800 sf, four-bedroom two-story plus loft model. The design program also included development of a multi-level Community Center featuring Fitness Facilities, an Indoor Lap Pool, Digital Learning Labs, Arts & Crafts Studios, a Theater, a 200-seat Restaurant, Business Center, Library and Administrative Offices. The top level features a large Event & Starlight Deck with twin open-air Pavilions to host a variety
of community events and private parties.
PREC Demonstration & Extension Training Center
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Similar to the program for the BEST House, this project was intended to showcase sustainable products, assemblies and practices, as well as house facilities for the Program for Resource Efficient Communities (PREC) Extension Program. The project is composed as a white two-story 4 bedroom/3.5 bath home with a two-car garage serving as a demonstration area. The PREC Office volume is attached with a covered walkway and the two building wings shelter an Event Lawn. The site is rural in nature with a pea gravel drive, adjacent livestock fields, forested areas and an existing creek. The site is also home to a nesting Bald Eagle. Work on this project was completed while employed with The Evans Group in Orlando, Florida
University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida
The BEST House is designed as an energy efficient demonstration home on the campus of the University of West Florida in collaboration with their School of Building Construction and with local utility companies. Visitors and students were intended to tour the 3,500 sf, three bedroom, two and one half bath house which showcases various fixtures and materials. The adjacent 1,600 sf Demonstration Building (Garage) was intended to host manufacturer's seminars and house facility monitoring equipment. The design also includes an Event Lawn to accommodate various University functions. Work on this project was completed while employed with The Evans Group in Orlando, Florida.
Bosshardt Realty Office
Haile Village Center, Gainesville, Florida
Haile Village Center is a TND enclave located West of Gainesville, Florida. The site for this project was located prominently within the Master Plan on the axis of 91st Street, and facing a roundabout. The concept endeavored to create a central octagonal tower to serve as an iconic landmark in the community, to function as a primary Entry Lobby and to join East and West wings of the building, positioned to screen a surface parking lot behind. The East wing was dedicated to sales agent offices, while the West wing was programmed with executive offices and conference/event spaces including a screened porch and adjacent Event Lawn. Work on this project was completed while employed with The Evans Group in Orlando, Florida.
Great Exuma, Bahamas
Crab Cay is a 197-acre private island located near the coast of Great Exuma. The island was intended to be developed as a world class destination resort property with a 150-slip deep water marina to accommodate luxury yachts traveling Caribbean waters. The Master Plan was developed to include an array of building types including boutique luxury hotels, harborside and hillside condominiums, luxury villas, intimate bungalows, private estate lots and various amenities. The architectural vocabulary borrows from simple indigenous mediterranean styles utilizing stone, stucco and clay barrel tile as primary materials. Work on this project was completed while employed with The Evans Group in Orlando, Florida.
Banner Elk, North Carolina
The design of these rustic cabins were part of the development of a 1,000 acre Master Planned Resort Community to be developed in the Great Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina. The goal of Wilderness Trail was to appear as a resort within a National Park. The architectural vocabulary was developed as mountain rustic utilizing red cedar shingle and standing seam copper roofing, vertical batten shingle siding, rough stone veneer, exposed wood trusses, tree trunk columns, and random black locust "twigwork" railing and truss panels. Cabin models include Single-Family Detached and Duplex Cottages. Work on this project was completed while employed with The Evans Group in Orlando, Florida.
Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India
The designs for these residences were developed to meet the demand for a growing middle-class market in India. Each was designed for multi-generational living, and lots of children. Villa 'A' is comprised of 4 bedrooms/3 baths with an enclosed area of 178.41 square meters (1920 sf). Villa 'E' features 5 bedrooms/4 baths and enclosed area of 242.51 square meters (2,600 sf). Each home is designed with a "Grandparent's Suite" on the Ground Level for accessibility, and with a distinct entry to allow flexibility for rental if so desired. Architecturally, these residences are simple flat roof volumes employing traditional Indian design motifs evident in archways, railings, decorative trims, columns and fenestration.