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Crossroads Office Development Building I
North Haven, CT
This project entailed full site and campus master-planning for three office buildings, a garage building, on-site parking, and sit planning with landscaping. To date, the I building has been constructed.
Hamden Center II, Office and Retail Development
This architectural and planning project sought to ameliorate the condition found at the Hamden town center, at the intersection of the two major local thoroughfares. The project entailed office and ground floor retail and food service, sit development, and parking garage. The food service and retail were designed so as to provide an open area for gathering, a pedestrian connection between the extensive on-site parking at the core of the block and the town center, and visual punctuation of the corner so as to create a sense of place and destination where before that had been lacking. Datum lines and other details of the retail facilities were. Designed to engage the adjacent retail establishments so as to produce a cohesive facade along the street front. Back from the corner, the office building fronts directly onto parking with a multi-story entrance foyer.
New Haven, CT
This law office interior build-out is located on the top floor of a building in downtown New Haven, CT. Kosinski provided full interior design services including space planning, finishes, lighting, ceiling configurations, and furnishings.
American National Bank Interiors
New Haven, CT
The project entailed interior design and construction management services for a Branch office in New Haven, CT, with adjoining corporate and administrative offices.
Design activities include space planning and layout logistics for the bank ground floor level tellers and account managers. Full interior design services were provided, including the determination of a coordinated palette of finishes stone, and natural wood.
Coffered ceilings area lighting and task lighting were coordinated with the implementation of other systems such as HVAC and security systems. Custom millwork, cabinetry, and counters were developed for the teller's areas to convey a level of quality and brand recognition for the bank.
202-203 Albany Ave., Retail Food
The project entailed preparing build-out scenarios for a developer to work with the City in order to determine the build-out options for this downtown site. Options included both retail and food service options for national chains. The aesthetic challenge was to merge retailers’ branding identity with architectural; elements and proportions associated with the Hartford Downtown. Accordingly, we employed sandstone water-table and red brick facades to combine with the retailers’ iconic elements to deliver a hybridized approach.
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