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The Hotel Victor is an 8-story historic building in the heart of Ocean Drive on Miami Beach. We restored the existing abandoned structure and designed a 5-story addition adjacent to the Versace mansion. This boutique hotel consists of 90 luxury rooms and two restaurants as well as various terraces and bar lounges. The basement houses a full service gym and the main swimming pool overlooks the Atlantic Ocean from the second floor terrace. The penthouses have private terraces and the main restaurant is open to Ocean Drive for outdoor dining.
Normand Maurice Building
The objective of this project was to build a new multi-client Government of Canada building on the site as part of the PWGSC's regional investment strategy. The combined occupied space requirements of the tenants were estimated to be 169,000 square feet of warehouse and office space.
Mission Bay Design for Development
After 30 years of unrealized plans for this industrial waterfront area just south of San Francisco's downtown, we were asked in 1997 to develop a plan and lead of a team of architects, landscape architects, and engineers through the maze of public meetings and approvals. We came in with a fresh look, collected the salient information, gathered active participants, and began the intense series of open planning sessions that turned the tide.
L.A. River/Piggyback Yard
In service to the nonprofit Friends of Los Angeles River (FoLAR) and completed in coordination with the City of Los Angeles River Office, the Piggyback Yard (PBy) Conceptual Master Plan investigates the potential to convert the underutilized 125-acre "Piggyback Yard" rail facility, strategically located adjacent to the river in downtown, to serve a more riverly purpose.
140 New Montgomery
Designed by noted art deco architect Timothy Pflueger in 1925, 140 New Montgomery was a daring structure, one of the tallest skyscrapers on the West Coast at the time of its construction. Originally...
Chris Morrison Joins the Washington, D.C. Office of Perkins+Will as Managing Principal
Chris Morrison , FAIA, LEED-AP, has joined the Washington, D.C. office of Perkins+Will, a global architecture and design firm. In his role as Managing Principal, Morrison will lead the D.C. office’s...