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119 Harget

The Raleigh office of ColeJenest & Stone, PA relocated to the historic “Raleigh Furniture Building” built in 1914. The relocation presented several challenges including a constrained budget and reduced square footage. User interviews were informative and the final solution is representative of the importance that the client/architect relationship plays. The design inserts a fully functional modern office delicately  within the historic fabric.

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CommercialEric Mitchell
Mobile Classroom

Cardboard Box is a mobile learning lab offering educational experiences that include all things creative and innovative with a focus on integrating the arts with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

We were asked to design a mobile classroom that could accommodate up to 20 students. In order to provide the space needed and the mobility required we created a folding structure that becomes a teaching tool in itself. Our solution utilizes sustainable strategies including reclaimed wood, recycled steel and PV panels to charge on-board lithium ion batteries.

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CommercialEric Mitchell
Cary Downtown Park

The Downtown Park is a signature 7-acre park site located on Town-owned land bounded by South Academy Street, East Park, Walker, Walnut, and Kildaire Farm Roads. The firms, Cole Jenest and Stone and Halvorson Design Partnership prepared the master plan for Downtown Park which included a Town Square space along Academy St. and features such as a large fountain, outdoor performance space, and open lawn areas.

Inclusion Studio, PLLC provided architecture design services for the park.

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CommercialEric Mitchell
Neomande

The history of growth at the Beryl Road location cannot be separated from the expansion of services provided by Neomonde.  In the early 1980’s, Neomonde relocated to the free standing location at Beryl Road. For the first few years this continued to serve as a wholesale baking location only. When the deli was opened in 1989, the function of the Beryl Road location shifted. When the market area was added and wholesale baking functions were relocated in 2000, the use of the building transitioned to majority public access. Years of updating and functional transitions has left the flagship location with a disjointed appearance and certain inefficiencies. We were asked to unify the space, improve efficiencies and create a unified interior that will provide the best user experience possible.

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CommercialEric Mitchell