UNCG Forney

UNCG Forney

case study:

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Forney Renovation

Gutted a Carnegie Library down to the existing structural elements of floors, walls, and roof. Designed a new building interior. Restored the building exterior. Demolished and rebuilt the back of the building to make the entire building 2 stories throughout. Plumbing, mechanical and electrical systems were replaced and modernized.

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Project Facts
Location: Greensboro, NC
Size: 20,800 sf
Completed: 2009
  
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Credits
AOR: DMA Architecture
Photography: Stanley Capps
  
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John Doe, Client

01.
Project Facts
Location: Greensboro, NC
Size: 20,800 sf
Completed: 2009
  
02.
Credits
AOR: DMA Architecture
Photography: Stanley Capps
  
,09

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DYNAMIC INTERIOR

A restored copy of the Winged Victory of Samothrace is the centerpiece of the lobby. The new interior is designed in the Neoclassical style to match the exterior.

UNCG Forney
  Completed: 2009
  Original Structure: Load Bearing Masonry
  Addition: Steel Frame
  Style: Neoclassical

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Careful field measurements enabled the architect to seamlessly match the architecture of the addition with the existing building

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Renovations
Accessible Toilets
Cornice
Elevator
Exit Stairs
Fiber Optic Cabling
Slate Roof
Windows
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Design Awards
AIA Winston-Salem
2011 Merit Award
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Arch Of Record
DMA Architecture

Details

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Cleaned and repointed the exterior brick and stone. Installed historically accurate windows. Replaced the building cornice and slate tile roof.