Dulles 28 Centre

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Dulles 28- Dulles, VA

Client: Lerner Enterprises

Dulles 28 Centre, a 300,000 sf lifestyle center, features shops, restaurants and other large retailers. It is anchored by an existing Wegmans Food Store and a Residence Inn.

This lifestyle shopping center is strategically located at the new grade-separated interchange of Routes 28 and 625 at Pacific Boulevard in Loudoun County, Virginia. In-line stores, including mini-anchor stores and restaurants complete the merchant mix.

The design solution provides variety and a comfortable scale by introducing individual architectural character at various facades while providing similar materials with interconnected features.  Several pedestrian plazas, large and small, as well as restaurant courtyards linked with walkways, provide a number of outdoor rooms and a unifying element.

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Bayside

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Bayside Towncenter- Sussex County, DE

 

 

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Metro Office Park

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Metro Park IV- Springfield, VA

Client: Fried Companies

Metro Park IV is a five-story 150,000 sf office building that is part of a multi-phased office park that totals 900,000 sf of leasable office space. The building entrance is set off-center from the core in order to visually align it with the driveway and the mirror-image of Building V across the plaza. A light filled-gothic proportioned three story high entrance lobby leads to a sweeping curved wall that provides an interesting visual experience as it gently directs the users toward the centrally located elevator core.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

Target

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Various Locations including Target Express locations and renovations of existing stores.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

Promenade at Virginia Gateway

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Promenade at Virginia Gateway- Gainesville, VA

Client: Peterson Companies

Promenade at Virginia Gateway is a 300,000 sf upscale lifestyle center anchored by a Regal Cinema. The project features an ambitious palette of materials and architectural details that give it the feeling of being built up over time. At the heart of the center is a plaza with an interactive fountain, stone seat-walls and a stage for performances. The center is scheduled to open in early 2013.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

1 Park Place Office Interior

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1 Park Place Office Interior- Annapolis, MD

Client: Bignell Watkins Hasser Architects

The 12,700 sf space contains 2 design studios, offices, training spaces, and meeting rooms for architects, designers, and office employees. The combined goal in the layout and design of the studio and offices was a functional minimalist aesthetic and sustainable design.

The simple yet effectual layout allows for easy circulation of over 70 staff members. The open studio space supports an environment of an integrated design process that encourages synergy and dialogue. At the heart of the studio is the class room and employee lounge which is a node to stimulate interaction. The shared work spaces are located along window walls to allow for maximum day lighting.

The finishes reflect simplicity and budget consciousness which is at the core of the design objective. Finish materials include: Plywood veneer panels, wood frame glazing partitions, resin panel screen walls, polished concrete floors and plywood veneer work-surfaces.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

Carl M. Freeman Companies

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Carl M. Freeman Office – Rockville, MD

Client: Carl M. Freeman Companies

The project included site selection, design and contract administration services. The design services included the selection of finishes, custom millwork and space planning for the office.  Additionally, the client indicated the desire to exhibit an extensive art collection in the space. A gallery space was designed to highlight this collection.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

Takoma Park Volunteer Station

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Takoma Park Volunteer Station- Takoma Park, MD

Client: City of Takoma Park

This project involved designing a new station to replace the present Takoma Park Fire Station. Bignell Watkins Hasser worked with Montgomery County and at the direction of Fire and Rescue and the City of Takoma Park in order to meet the needs of the city, community and county.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

The Field at Commonwealth

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Commonwealth Center- Loudon County, VA

Client: Peterson Companies

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Mt. Ennon Baptist Church

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Mt. Ennon Baptist Church- Prince George’s County, MD

Client:  Mt. Ennon Baptist Church

Bignell Watkins Hasser Architects was tasked with providing space planning alternatives as well as interior renovation design services for Mt Ennon Baptist Church.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]