WDG Architecture is a leading interior and architecture firm in the USA. They have a wide range of projects of various typologies ranging from residential to commercial, located internationally. Some of the projects are listed below.

1. Six 11 – 611 E. University Avenue

 Mixed-use development assistant housing project at an Arbor Michigan. The masking creates a play of two broken blocks with a total of 13 floors(2-3 parking,4-13 housing). The project was completed in 2018 and is a recipient of innovative awards by student housing businesses.

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2. Pike & Rose Block 7 

This nine-storied LEED-certified development mixture is a mix of a hotel, condominium and retail. It consists of six blocks with post-industrial aesthetics and hence is of dual styles. The height of the structure highlighted with dark masonry and double-wide windows with an inset of columns create a unique entity of design.

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3. National Science Foundation Headquarters

The plan is composed of two towers of 14-19 stories with a mixed function of office and retail. The massing proves to be interesting because of the curved facade built in brick and stone masonry. The building is certified LEED Silver and completed in the year 2017.

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4. The Bower at The Yards

The residential building situated on a previous US navy shipbuilding site consists of various amenities such as fitness centre, boutique shops and local restaurants. The project is a pre-certified LEED-gold development.

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5. Gallery Bethesda II

 The LEED Gold certified project is a mixed-use development of residential and retail situated in a transit-oriented area. The plan aims to be pedestrian-friendly with social spaces accented with sculptures and lights.

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6. 1200 East-West Highway

 The residential interior project consists of various amenity areas such as clubrooms, fitness centres; to name a few. Each area is spacious and has good lighting thus creating quality livable spaces. The project was completed in 2011.

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7. 300 M Street NE

 The apartment is situated in Washington DC with 11 stories and 426 units. As per client requirements, a historical industrial character is induced with the incorporation of natural features. The building is an example of eco-friendly construction with screen measures such as green roof, green power, usage of recycled materials.

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8. Department of Transportation (DoT)

The interior works for this project have a comprehensive design approach. The development was challenging due to its contractual and financial difficulties which were overcome by proper scheduling and sequencing to cater to the department’s requirements.

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9. HHMI Janelia Research Campus Apartments

 The housing project designed for medical residents consists of 4 stories with parking at ground level. The blocks also known as pods with a metal panel facade are bound together by a spine of 8 degrees. The sustainable techniques with the rustic surrounding is an integration of natural and built landscapes. The development is a recipient of various accolades such as AIA Northern Virginia Design Awards of Excellence and a pre-certified LEED platinum.

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10. Army Test and Evaluation Command Headquarters

Seven storey structure of 2,00,000 square feet is the headquarters for the Centre for Disease Control. The interplay of glass and concrete for the exterior along with the curved curtain wall formulates the key features of the design. The project was completed in 2003.

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11. CDC Bureau of Health Statistics 

 Headquarters consists of three stories with each level catering to read functions such as administrative meeting and training. The two Wings are bound together by a central 3 storied glass atrium giving grandeur to the structure. The building was completed in August 2011 and is a pre-certified LEED-NC Gold.

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12. Riverside Apartments 

The project comprises five residential buildings placed in a grid layout with streets in between for good accessibility. Breathable open spaces are incorporated to create a neighbourhood of quality. The massing is designed to break the stereotypical monolithic structure.

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13. Guild at the Yards

 The 10 storied mixed-use development consisting of both residential and retail sectors is situated in a sensitive context amidst re-used historic structures. The basic design concept is creating a hidden urban oasis which is sustainable and authentic. With the usage of clad materials metal panels, railings etc a glimpse of the industrial era can be seen here.

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14. The Latrobe Apartments 

Situated amidst an eclectic setting, the residential building has it’s interior displaying the cosmopolitan lifestyle. The exterior facade is accented with horizontal glassworks and LED lighting to highlight the longitudinal size of the structure. The project was completed in 2018.

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15. 2001 Clarendon 

The project is of mixed-use character with the lower floors retail and residences above. The design of the entity is highly site oriented and thus consists of stepping roof surfaces due to the existing slope of the site. It is strategically located with various services in the vicinity thus making it environmentally responsive.

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Anjana Sasikumar, an aspiring architect and writer; is an aficionado of words and an avid reader. She believes that the experience a person embarks on or the true essence of an environment is best expressed with words.

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