The pharmaceutical facilities commissioned JF Group for a design build option to address the new branding of the company. The design begins at the parking lot where employees approach the Main entrance via a promenade lined with planters and benches.
Compact structure designed for efficiency in food preparation and dynamic visuals for marketing and publicity.
The original house was designed by Francisco Valines Cofresi in 1935 which was classified by the State Historic Preservation Office as a historic place in 1995 for its “Prairie Style” architecture.
The design of an open-plan office for boutique-style tech company was a collaboration with Juliette Calaf Interiors and was dictated by its proximity to the ocean and relaxed working environment. In the main space a writable black surface takes up an entire side of the office from the entry all the way to the ocean view lounge where users can have quick informal meetings.
Adaptive re-use project which converts an existing 1 story house into a showroom for ceramic tiles and stone finishes.
2nd level addition to existing storage building that cantilevers over parking area. The design utilizes natural lighting, advanced mechanical systems and reflective roofing system in order to reduce energy costs.
The building envelope is considered as a 100% solar energy collector by installing a screen of solar panels on East and West facades while utilizing pre-fab concrete units on the short ends.