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Maintaining a relatively small design staff assures close personal attention to the firm’s designs projects. Mark and Peter Anderson work together as the lead designers directing all of the firm’s projects, working closely with clients and design collaborators. Close association with experienced teams of design, engineering, and construction associates provides depth and range of expertise allowing the firm to efficiently accomplish complex projects from small to very large scales, in many cities, with a high degree of economy, creativity and recognized excellence in both design and finished construction.

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Best known for original, finely crafted modern buildings uniquely developed for individual sites and clients, and for artist collaborations and speculative design innovation, Anderson Anderson also works with numerous business clients, and with public and institutional clients on projects ranging from corporate facilities and retail projects, to museums, technology galleries, university buildings, campus and community design. Working directly with manufacturers and government agencies in North America and Asia, Anderson Anderson has designed and built numerous prefabrication systems creatively exploring new construction technologies and cost-efficient building methods. Related work on materials and manufacturing systems has extended into projects in furniture and product design, and industry consulting on a variety of creative design, exhibition, marketing, business strategy, manufacturing and construction issues. Recent work has also included larger-scale urban design projects for campuses and cities in the United States and Asia.

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The firm’s drawings, design models and industry prototypes have been widely exhibited, including at the Venice Biennale of Architecture, The Museum of Modern Art in New York, The Hamburg Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, The Los Angeles Museum of Art and Design, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Panama City Museum of Art, and The Danish Design Museum, Copenhagen. Firm Principals Mark and Peter Anderson regularly present their work through invited lectures at universities, museums and design and construction conferences throughout The United States, Asia and Europe.

Publication of Anderson Anderson’s work appears frequently in books and professional publications in the United States, Asia and Europe—including in the journals Architecture, and Architectural Record (New York), PLAN (Milan), Deutsche BauZeitung (Berlin), Architecture Review (London), Taiwan Architect (Taipei), and L’Industrie delle Costruzioni (Rome).

A book on the firm’s work, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction, was published by Princeton Architectural Press, New York, in 2001. A book on its  design and construction technology work, Prefab Prototypes; Site-Specific Design for Off-Site Fabrication, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2007, and nominated for a Royal Institute of British Architects Book Award. An issue focus, fifty-page retrospective and critical review on the firm’s design work was published by Taiwan Architect, May 2009. Anderson Anderson’s creative architecture and construction technology projects also appear in popular media such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Dwell (New York), La Vie (Taipei) and in television specials on PBS, CNN, ABC, NHK TV Tokyo, and on Europe1 television.
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Maintaining a relatively small design staff assures close personal attention to the firm’s designs projects. Mark and Peter Anderson work together as the lead designers directing all of the firm’s projects, working closely with clients and design collaborators. Close association with experienced teams of design, engineering, and construction associates provides depth and range of expertise allowing the firm to efficiently accomplish complex projects from small to very large scales, in many cities, with a high degree of economy, creativity and recognized excellence in both design and finished construction.

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Best known for original, finely crafted modern buildings uniquely developed for individual sites and clients, and for artist collaborations and speculative design innovation, Anderson Anderson also works with numerous business clients, and with public and institutional clients on projects ranging from corporate facilities and retail projects, to museums, technology galleries, university buildings, campus and community design. Working directly with manufacturers and government agencies in North America and Asia, Anderson Anderson has designed and built numerous prefabrication systems creatively exploring new construction technologies and cost-efficient building methods. Related work on materials and manufacturing systems has extended into projects in furniture and product design, and industry consulting on a variety of creative design, exhibition, marketing, business strategy, manufacturing and construction issues. Recent work has also included larger-scale urban design projects for campuses and cities in the United States and Asia.

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The firm’s drawings, design models and industry prototypes have been widely exhibited, including at the Venice Biennale of Architecture, The Museum of Modern Art in New York, The Hamburg Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, The Los Angeles Museum of Art and Design, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Panama City Museum of Art, and The Danish Design Museum, Copenhagen. Firm Principals Mark and Peter Anderson regularly present their work through invited lectures at universities, museums and design and construction conferences throughout The United States, Asia and Europe.

Publication of Anderson Anderson’s work appears frequently in books and professional publications in the United States, Asia and Europe—including in the journals Architecture, and Architectural Record (New York), PLAN (Milan), Deutsche BauZeitung (Berlin), Architecture Review (London), Taiwan Architect (Taipei), and L’Industrie delle Costruzioni (Rome).

A book on the firm’s work, Anderson Anderson: Architecture and Construction, was published by Princeton Architectural Press, New York, in 2001. A book on its  design and construction technology work, Prefab Prototypes; Site-Specific Design for Off-Site Fabrication, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2007, and nominated for a Royal Institute of British Architects Book Award. An issue focus, fifty-page retrospective and critical review on the firm’s design work was published by Taiwan Architect, May 2009. Anderson Anderson’s creative architecture and construction technology projects also appear in popular media such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Dwell (New York), La Vie (Taipei) and in television specials on PBS, CNN, ABC, NHK TV Tokyo, and on Europe1 television.
Anderson Anderson Architecture is a respected, sildenafil award-winning design firm with experience in a broad range of project types. Partners Mark Anderson and Peter Anderson started the firm as a design-build construction company in 1984. With a strong foundation in the practicalities of construction, doctor we have since grown into a diversely experienced architecture firm collaborating with many other general contractors, manufacturers and construction professionals to provide clients with design excellence, high-quality execution, and experienced representation of the client’s interests throughout the construction process. Maintaining a relatively small design staff assures close personal attention to the firm’s designs projects. Mark and Peter Anderson work together as the lead designers directing all of the firm’s projects, working closely with our clients and collaborators.

Close association with an experienced team of design, engineering, and construction associates provides a depth and range of expertise that has allowed us to accomplish many complex projects of varying scales with a high degree of economy, creativity and recognized excellence in both design and finished construction.

Anderson Anderson has built extensively in the Pacific Northwest, and has also completed numerous projects in other parts of the United States and in Japan. Best known for original, finely crafted modern homes personally developed for individual sites and clients, we also work with numerous business clients, and with public and institutional clients on projects ranging from corporate headquarters and retail projects, to churches and university buildings. Working directly with manufacturers and government agencies in the United States and Japan, Anderson Anderson has designed and built numerous prefabrication systems creatively exploring new construction technologies and affordable building methods. Related work on materials and manufacturing systems has extended into various projects in furniture and product design, and in industry consulting on a variety of creative design, marketing, business strategy, manufacturing and construction issues.

Our firm’s work has been widely published in the U.S., Asia and Europe, and recognized with numerous awards for its creativity in merging design excellence with cost-effective, high-quality execution. The work has been featured in numerous lectures and exhibitions, and in publications such as Architecture, Architectural Record, The New York Times, Dwell, Metropolitan Home, Sunset, Builder, Journal of Light Construction, and in numerous books and international publications. Our projects have also appeared in television specials on PBS, CNN and NHK Tokyo. Design honors have included awards the American Institute of Architects, The American Wood Council, Sunset/Western Home Awards, and the prestigious Progressive Architecture Award.

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This portable classroom is designed to provide an optimized educational environment for students and teachers while advancing sustainable design principles. The classroom maximally conserves as well as collects and generates natural resources, including electrical energy, daylight, wind energy, and rainwater. As well as being strong, efficient and conserving, natural forces and resources are highlighted and exposed throughout the structure, and all systems and performance criteria are monitored and broadcast to the web. The building acts as a learning tool for occupants, other schools and the general public. The combination of maximized photo-voltaic surface and efficiency matched with low energy consumption creates a positive net energy production that is four times the building’s annual consumption.

Design Overview:
The design optimizes photovoltaic roof surface orientation, naturally shaded north-facing daylight glazing, and modulated natural ventilation. All of these forces are balanced with the additional criteria of manufacturing and transport efficiency, functionality for classroom use, low operating costs and ease of maintenance. The manufacturing and delivery process, and the materials and products employed are all selected for minimum environmental impact and for maximum contribution to a healthy indoor environment. Wherever possible, materials are chosen to conserve resources, minimize initial and lifecycle maintenance costs, and to promote educational awareness of the natural environment and its relationship to comfortable and healthy living.

The design focuses on performance issues directly impacting the learning experience of its occupants and the environmental quality of its community—thermal comfort, natural daylighting, indoor air quality, energy and resource conservation and generation.

Materials and Performance:
The building is prefabricated in three easily transportable modules, reducing initial cost and energy, and facilitating efficient relocation and reuse in the future, minimizing waste. A steel frame and steel and rigid foam sandwich panel floor and roof system minimize material use; maximize insulation and heat reflection; and deter pests and mold in the cavity-free structure. A simple, double wall metal cladding, along with metal roofing shaded by solar panels above a 3” ventilated airspace, creates a ventilated double skin greatly reducing heat gain. All glazing is operable and north facing and/or shaded to prevent direct sunlight, and to optimize natural ventilation and comfortable airflow. Interior surfaces are low VOC products. Exposed beams are FSC certified glue-laminated timbers combined with steel trusses to trace primary structural forces. Interior surfaces are naturally finished, low VOC materials to provide good interior air quality.

Daylighting analysis indicates that excellent work light levels are achieved throughout the typical school day in most locations without electric lighting. Thermal comfort analysis indicates the classroom will be comfortable in most high heat climates without air conditioning, although an efficient mechanical air conditioning system is also available as an option for school sites where air quality, or noise conditions preclude natural ventilation.

AWARDS:

2011 Holcim Awards Acknowledgement Prize for North America, international sustainable architecture award by the Holcim Foundation, Zurich, for The Zero Energy Modular Classroom Prototype, Honolulu, Hawaii

2009 CAE Educational Facility Design Award, Citation Award in “Unbuilt” category for Zero Energy Modular Classroom. Honored at AIA 2009 National Convention in San Francisco on May 2, 2009.

2009 AIA Honolulu Awards for Excellence in Architecture, Merit Award in the “Unbuilt” category for the BHAW Zero-Energy Modular Classroom.

2009 National School Boards Association Award for “Zero-Energy Classroom”

2008 Energy Positive Portable Classroom – Winner of “Silver” Spark Design Award

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This project is one of a series of small houses designed to take advantage of the cost saving efficiencies of factory building without giving up the benefits of adaptation to specific requirements of individual building sites. With a particular focus on working with the hillside terrain common to the Pacific Northwest and Japan, this home uses prefabricated 8′ wide vertical panels which remain standardized from the main floor and above, but are lengthened or shortened at their lower ends to adapt to varying slopes and lower floor configurations.

The balloon framed studs run continuously from foundation to roof. Floor and roof framing span to exterior walls leaving the interior space open. Windows are placed on the exterior of the panels with studs running through exposed, eliminating headers, allowing window size and placement to be individual to each house while keeping the building panels standardized and maintaining panel rigidity for shipping. Cladding, finishes and fixtures are inexpensive but robust construction grade materials.

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This house is a set of three structurally simple shed or gable roof rectangles  accommodating the site and basic program of the house, arranged in a rectilinear pattern and then set into and impacted by the complex, contradictory reality of the site with its many overlapping conditions, limits and potentials.  The basic order and integrity of the structure is maintained and revealed throughout the house in order that the inhabitants may read and understand the deformations of the building and the reasons for those deformations in the relationship between the clearly expressed rational structure and the sometimes evident and sometimes mysterious forces of nature, site history and human aspiration that have reached in to bend the house to some advantage.

While each force impacting the formation / deformation of this house is a very immediate natural, legal, physical reality to be dealt with, the realization of these effects results in a spiritual awareness of multiple and simultaneous, fluid and overlapping possibilities that can be understood as representative of fundamental tensions involved in a desire for structural order within the complexities of nature and human experience.

The house sits on a narrow south facing point of land on Puget Sound occupied since 1910 by a small house and out-buildings.  The former buildings were surrounded by rockeries and plantings as well as a roughly circular grove of 200 year old Douglas Fir trees.  The natural and human-made conditions of the site had established wonderful outdoor spaces and patterns of use that had considerable meaning to the clients and which it was important to connect to and maintain.

To preserve the existing trees required largely limiting new construction to the existing building excavations.  The new and larger building is inserted so as to maintain the existing topography, open space and occupation patterns essentially unscathed.  Only one tree was removed to make way for the new house, and this large, twin-forked Port Orford Cedar became the important structural column at the center of the new home.  Surrounding greenhouses, docks, bulkheads and other structures were repaired as necessary and maintained to preserve the rich texture of human activity on the site built up over many years.

The site is long and narrow with the narrow end facing directly south onto the beach with a 180° view from Mt. Rainier at the East to the Southernmost Olympic Mountains at the West.  The determination to take advantage of sweeping views and to draw in sunlight at all times of the day causes the house to pull this way and that to gain access to these views and light without removing trees or destroying the character of the shoreline.

Multiple overlapping legal setbacks from the shoreline, the property lines, the natural runoff, the septic system and other factors overlay the site with a complex multi-angled grid of limitations. In addition to these legally defined setbacks are the sightlines identified to preserve the neighbors’ views, setbacks to preserve tree roots and existing site structures, height limitations to bring sunlight into the central courtyard at critical times of the day and the desire to shield this central outdoor space from the prevailing afternoon winds.

The spiritual and physical center of this house is the egg shaped kitchen island, the distorted circle from which the house forks outwards toward its competing objectives.  This forking, seeking expansion is continually replayed in the form of the house and its components, from the Y shaped steel deck beams cantilevering out from above the egg, to the forked cedar column, to the freestanding kitchen cabinets surrounding the egg to the essential family relic Krumkake iron hung from a special hook on the steel column beside the egg, to the plan of the house itself and its forking, multifaceted attentions.

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Prairie Ladder is an ongoing research project and site installation work exploring the physical and psychological meanings of human settlement on the archetypal American landscape of the western prairie. The project consists of five related structures, each dealing with primal aspects of human experience on the vast horizontal prairie, all related by the element of a ladder with its human scale and equally human defiance of the horizontal limitations of the earth.

The Prairie Ladder project began as a commission from the Connemara Conservancy, an organization with large land holdings in central Texas, with the stated purpose of preserving, protecting, and honoring the prairie landscape. Each year a few artists are selected and given funding to produce an installation on the land, which supports and brings attention to the foundation’s mission. We spent a great deal of time on the site, synthesizing our own experience of this place with the larger tradition of human settlement on the archetypal landscape of the western prairie.

As the project developed, we envisioned a series of big, ladder-related objects spread out all over a large swath of Texas, each focusing on a singular, pure experience of the prairie as a trinity of horizon, earth, and sky. We became intensely interested in this fundamentally American landscape in which human beings have no particular place, where physical and conceptual space can only be understood as a line between the sky, which is no home for human beings, and the below-ground, which is no home for human beings.

The selection of the ladder as an element common to each of the works introduces a vertical axis, marking a departure from the natural horizontal axis of the prairie. The ladder also provides a human scale, and proclaims human defiance of the horizontal limitations of the earth. This real or implied activity of vertical movement on the prairie, whether up into the sky or down into the earth, is the defining characteristic of placemaking—of human settlement or intervention in the existing primal environment.

In Acquistare Diflucan. Acquisto Fluconazole Senza Prescrizione EarthPlane/SkyBarge, we dug down into the earth and built up into the sky and thought about the human ambition to penetrate and possess the earth and the sky and always to stare at and aspire towards the distant line in between. The transparent SkyBarge points into the wind and provides for the climber an oculus focused on the horizon from whence the winds of memory and aspiration blow. EarthPlane cuts open the freshness of the earth and places the inhabitant at eye level with the ground plane. Buried, the viewer is one with the horizon. These vehicles of imagined flight are arrested by the emphatic ladder, which interrupts their flowing motion across the placeless prairie. As always, we had a lot of fun with backhoes and cranes and steel and cable and fiberglass and perforated aluminum and lots of people scratching their heads and wondering what on earth we were doing as they cheerfully pitched in with hard work and all the experience and wisdom of their trades.

buy WeatherStation provides a pure and minimal focus on the rotation of the changing/changeless sky. Existing as an object when approached from the exterior, once entered, it becomes an instrument of observation, providing a vantage point and false horizon to facilitate the understanding of the sky as a separate element, without its earthbound delimitations.

comprar lotrisone SunCellar empties a vast cube of earth cut to just below the level of the groundwater. Human access is provided by a heavy lidded ramp and a ladder suspended by cable in a bottomless well. Angled lenses focus sunlight into the depths of the cube to reflect from the floor of water onto the steel-restrained earthen walls and ceiling. The inhabitant stands suspended on a catwalk in the center of this storehouse of aqueous, rippling light, blinded, following a dark descent away from the sky.

günstig kaufen fulvicin Terminus provides a rail-thin line across the prairie, turning upward to form a ladder cabled into the sky. Terminus refers to infinite passage across the prairie and to the nameless, placeless endpoint imagined only as a terminus to travel rather than as a place of arrival: the mythic railroad serving as a metaphor for life on the prairie.

WaterBridge brings the subterranean aquifer to the waterless surface of the prairie in the form of a horizontal bridge of suspended water. The span traverses at horizon level the full length of a narrow incision in the earth, with steel plate walls cutting down to the water table and the life blood of the prairie.

AWARD:

1996 Southwest Washington AIA Honor Award – Prairie Ladder

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A house addition for two artists and their children, this project asserts the independant character of this family while carefully fitting into a neighborhood of modest bungalows near the Kimball Museum in Fort Worth. The original house is left essentially untouched with new spaces built into an independant concrete block settled into the trees in the backyard. On the roof is a treetop sculpture court surrounded with a light steel bougainvillaea trellis. This mysterious space of shade, privacy and birdsong looks out over the night time views of Fort Worth and the Texas sky. The building in constructed out of structural insulated concrete panels and raw steel.