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Renovation of a former convent into classroom space.
AOJ’s role in this project was mainly the drawing and detailing of the new handicap ramps, new stairs in the center, and their new flanking piers and urns. This is the main entrance to Washington, DC’s performing arts high school.
Carried out while with Arthur Cotton Moore/Associates.
This residential eating disorders clinic was winner of a Progressive Architecture award in 1985. The building design and detailing was designed to relate to the adjacent historic 1920s country house designed by noted Philadelphia architect Robert Rhodes McGoodwin. AOJ was project architect for this building while with Tony Atkin, Architect, now Atkin Olshin Schade Architects. Photos courtesy of Atkin Olshin Schade Architects.
The renovation and additions to this historic 1950s elementary respected the original design and all the new work was designed by AOJ to be compatible with the original in forms, materials and general character while still retaining a contemporary stamp. The design had to be approved by the township Historic Architectural Review Board.
Carried out while with spg3 Architects.