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La Casa Bottoms Out

Process—————5 March 2013

In October, construction started on the La Casa Supportive Housing building in Columbia Heights. This past week evacuation for the basement was completed and there is now nowhere to go but up! This...Keep Reading

+2edison7 Receives EPA Energy Star and EPA Indoor Air Quality Plus

Awards—————28 February 2013

This sustainable home was tested to deliver energy efficiency savings of more than 30% as compared to a typical new home. In addition, critical design features, from systems to patterns of living,...Keep Reading

Todd Ray to Present with the DC Preservation League

News—————20 February 2013

Mark it on your calendars - Todd will be part of a three-part lecture series sponsored by the DC Preservation League titled "Shaping Southwest: Understanding the Past and Envisioning the Future."...Keep Reading

2012 DC AIA Chapter Design Awards

Awards—————20 February 2013

Studio Twenty Seven earned a 2012 Award of Merit in Interior Architecture for our work on the Design Army HQ from the Washington, DC chapter of the AIA. An exhibition featuring all winning entries,...Keep Reading

Studio Twenty Seven begins work on new KIPP DC Campus

News—————23 January 2013

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture was awarded the renovation and expansion of the first KIPP DC Campus in Northeast DC, which will be located in Ward 5. KIPP DC plans to open this new school at the...Keep Reading

Mayor Vincent C. Gray Breaks Ground on La Casa Project

News—————14 January 2013

We're a little tardy with this news, but better late than never! In late October Mayor Vincent Gray and representatives from Studio Twenty Seven Architecture, along with joint venture partner Leo A...Keep Reading

Bus Pavilions Move into Production for Union Station

Process—————9 January 2013

The Union Station Redevelopment Corporation has awarded a construction contract for the bus terminal, and preparation has begun for the installation of the new pavilions for intercity bus travel. The...Keep Reading

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture selected for Private Hillside Residence

News—————7 January 2013

Studio Twenty Seven was selected for a new 5,000 square foot private residence in Rockville, Maryland. The house is planned to nestle within the forested hillside, programmed around a series of...Keep Reading

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