The 19th Century Stone Barn is located in Ottsville, PA. The barn was repurposed for local cultural events, exhibits, concerts, weddings, and used partly for the reenactment of the Civil War.
Renovation of approximately 2,987 sf ground floor storefront space including built-in vertical display areas allowing the store to be 2/3 smaller, incorporate a multipurpose conference space, add a small office between the store and workroom.
Renovation and addition to a museum on Hyannis harbor. Its mission is to tell the story of life at sea for the whole community of Cape Cod.
In early 2007, the Community Design Collaborative of AIA Philadelphia launched the InFill Philadelphia initiative to explore design strategies within older, urban neighborhoods. The first phase of this initiative focused on commercial corridors.
San Antonio, Texas
Restoration and Adaptive Re Use of a 5,000 s.f. 19th century farm house and barns into a Living History Museum. Timeline 2011 - 20??
The Town of Swampscott's primary greenspace, Linscott Park lacked a focal point and the Town desired to construct a traditional gazebo to both act as landmark in the town and serve as a stage for outdoor performances in the park.
Brenner Design conducted a preliminary architectural feasibility study for the renovation and reuse of an existing Interurban building for a proposed community center, museum and library.
Public Outdoor Space project with Smart Street Furniture for Parks & Recreations of the City of Paris. INSTALLATIONS: - Green Alley / Jardin de Reuilly - 12eme Arrondissement - Parc Serge Gainsbourg - 19eme Arrondissement
The historic downtown Metzger Building met all three of the key considerations for the Indianapolis Arts Council; street level store front windows to showcase local artists, ample parking, and an ADA accessible route.
The Old Pine Community Center (OPCC) in Philadelphia PA was needed help evaluating the condition of its component building systems.
San Francisco, California
HKS designers from the Palo Alto and San Francisco offices raised $23,000 for charity when their life-size children's playhouse was auctioned as part of Dreams Happen.