Do you have a CHALLENGING SITE?
We did, too.
👉 Challenges can become design inspiration- if it’s done right.
Folkestone at The Promenade converted an aging retail mall on a former swamp into a vibrant community, featuring five blocks of mixed use urban housing, retail, and green space.
An elaborate steel pile foundation supports the entire campus. Built into the pile foundation, a geothermal system heats all sidewalks and provides residential heating and cooling.
Are you looking to HONOR A NAMESAKE in your space?
We have ideas.
Visitors are drawn to spaces and experiences they feel connected to.
Once the acreage of a family farm that spanned five generations, this beautiful site is now home to St. Therese of Woodbury.
“St. Therese the Little Flower” is showcased in a 15-foot diameter stained glass window highlighting the entrance to the namesake behind this faith-based senior care facility.
It's fun to work with people who get really excited about the project. The highlight of the day for these seniors is watching the construction of their new addition!
Some really fun lights at our nearly finished project - Hayden Grove Senior Living! thanks to Owens Design Group for picking out the lights!
InSite is always striving to design from the perspective of all residents- Jill may have taken it a bit too far.
Well, 2021 is off to an interesting start...
See how InSite Architects celebrated the holidays!
Thanks to Mihael Blikshteyn for such a great job photographing Bradley Park, our recently completed project in Puyallup, WA.
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This Thanksgiving we are thankful for YOU. Our clients, our consultants, our partners, our colleagues, our loved ones, and our friends.
InSite Architects thanks every one of you and your families for your business, partnership, friendship, and camaraderie. Wishing you a safe and healthy Thanksgiving.
This is Senior Housing!
The materials, details and design of this open stair and window make for a memorable entry and space!
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