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FEDCApril 13, 2019Dear Architecture Tour Enthusiast:B AHWelcome to our 18th annual Architecture Tour!The American Institute of Architects is a national, professional organizationthat supports the architectural profession and serves the communitythrough good design and care for the built environment. Nationally thereare more than 90,000 members while the Central Oklahoma Chapterhas over 450 members. We are committed to serving the communityby promoting excellence in the built environment through qualityarchitecture and educating the community of its importance.The AIA Architecture Tour is part of Architecture Week. ArchitectureWeek is an opportunity to celebrate architecture and to promote theimportance of our built environment. We hope you enjoy the locationson this year’s tour and take the opportunity to visit with the architects ateach location.Again, welcome to the tour and thank you for your support. Pleaseremember to visit our website at for information onupcoming events and activities. Should you have questions or want tobecome involved in our organization, please feel free to contact me at405-948-7174 or by email at [email protected] the tour!GA - LEVEL Urban ApartmentsB - MosaicC - 701 HudsonD - Price ResidenceMelissa Hunt, Hon. AIAExecutive DirectorE - Urban Beach HouseF - Orthodontic ArtsG - Wheeler District Cottage HomesH - Art by Architects (Hart Building)AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTSCENTRAL OKLAHOMA CHAPTER1300 N Shartel AveOklahoma City, OK 73103405.948.7174www.aiacoc.org1

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LEVEL URBAN APARTMENTS123 NE 2ND STREET, OKCOWNERARCHITECTCONTRACTORCITY CENTER DEVELOPMENT, LLCALLFORD HALL MONAGHAN MORRISRAMPART CONSTRUCTIONLEVEL creates a new urban typology to increase inner-city density. A fourstory building shelters a central communal courtyard – divided in two by avertical stack of four parking decks screened in foliage – while defining thecity block on the outside. The building’s dark masonry podium, patternedwith projecting bricks and punctuated by deeply-recessed openings,is crowned by a white-rendered stucco volume, broken down into anassemblage of rectilinear forms. Comprising 228 one and two-bedroomapartments and over 4,900 square feet of retail space, this project offersan affordable and cost-effective new housing model for Oklahoma City,where low-density single-story homes tend to predominate. The architectof record is ADG. The design architect is Allford Hall Monaghan Morris.A10Photography: Timothy Soar11

MOSAIC321 N. OKLAHOMA AVENUE, OKCOWNERARCHITECTCONTRACTORCITY CENTER DEVELOPMENT, LLCALLFORD HALL MONAGHAN MORRISBBL BUILDERSAs a building with neither a front nor back, Mosaic unites use and activityinto its sides, roof and middle. A longitudinal cut through a six-story volumeopens up a central courtyard to increase views to downtown OKCand create a ‘spine’ that engages with the neighborhood. Externally,elevations take on different characters to respond to context: the northernface reflects the vertical orientation of the brownstones opposite, while thehorizontal banding and ‘punched’ balconies of the south address the 2ndStreet Lofts across the road and the Great Plains landscape further afield.The upper levels are clad in a custom-mixed integral sand and cementstucco with mica chips that make the building glint in response to sun andmovement. Internally, the top four levels comprise a flexible mix of 97 oneand two-bedroom apartments above a two-level podium of parking andmore than 1,100 square feet of retail space.B12Photography: Timothy Soar13

701 HUDSON701 N. HUDSON AVENUE, OKCOWNERARCHITECTCONTRACTORBRENT SWIFTGARDNER ARCHITECTSLINGO CONSTRUCTION AND BRENT SWIFT701 Hudson is a 5 story condominium developement that sits on a formerparking lot at the northwest corner of NW 6th Street and N Hudson Ave.This urban infill project is comprised of eleven residential units.Each of 701 Hudson’s units enjoy open spacious floor plans with sweepingviews of the city center. Residents also enjoy secured covered parking andfind themselves within walking distance of numerous shops and restaurants.C14Photography: Tim Hursley15

PRICE RESIDENCE511 N. DEWEY AVENUE, OKCOWNERARCHITECTCONTRACTORBRETT AND LEIGHANN PRICEGARDNER ARCHITECTSBLOOM CONSTRUCTIONIn the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, the Price Residence takes on thevernacular of a contemporary townhouse. The general massing places themain living spaces on an elevated level above the garage and a studioapartment. This elevated massing not only provides security for the family,but presents incredible downtown views from each of the upstairs livingspaces. By rotating the second and third floors perpendicular to the first floor,unique outdoor spaces were created, taking advantage of exceptionalviews and providing shelter to outdoor terraces. Located in an urbansetting, the need for a protected front door access was critical. The use of acustom metal pivot gate provides secure entry and creates a sequencingto the front door and the main entry stair. The exterior materials of theproject include red brick, painted structural steel, custom metal detailing,and charred wood siding. The two different masses are distinguished by anoffset in the masonry, and a deeper rake joint. The steel structural elementsof the project were utilized beyond their supportive nature and re-enforcedas framing for an exterior privacy fence. The charred wood siding wasused to designate material change at subtractions within the form. Theinterior spaces were programmed to accommodate the specific needsof the family. The interior finishes include a white wash white oak flooring,white painted custom millwork, and custom ceramic and porcelain tilefinishes. The finishes re-enforce the clean forms of the exterior and providea backdrop to unique fixtures and furniture. Minimal framing details wereused around window and door frames, and supported the contemporarynature of the project.D16Photography: Tim Hursley17

URBAN BEACH HOUSE819 NW 7TH STREET, OKCOWNERARCHITECTCONTRACTORSEAN AND MICHELLE COBBFITZSIMMONS ARCHITECTSHCI CONSTRUCTIONThe Urban Beach House is a live/work residence in the re-developingsingle-family SOSA neighborhood located in downtown Oklahoma City.The home’s site is unique in its steep incline from street to building pad,which allows for an elegant approach up to the house in addition to anopportunity to capture an expansive view of the downtown skyline. Theowners wanted to take advantage of this view from the main living areasand the private pool. With the view being from the front of the home,maintaining privacy of these areas was contradictory. The solution was toelevate the living areas and pool to the second floor, offering privacy fromthe street while keeping both spaces open and connected to downtown.E18The design of the residence relates to the eclectic style of the surroundingneighborhood, which includes several modern houses and a moderncondominium. Several elements, such as the alignment of the front porch,the stair up the incline from street to entry, the alley-accessed garage, andthe scale of the home are shared by its immediate neighbors, providing asense of cohesion within the area without sacrificing individuality.The homeowner’s career in graphic design influenced the clean formsof the home, as well as the sapele wood and stucco material palette.Exposed steel structure supports the south living room and lookout deck,and the aluminum grate shade screen and catwalk overlooking the entryprovide an additional graphic quality. A Dwarf Black Locust tree, growingfrom the front porch up through an opening to the second-floor deck,provides a colorful contrast to the neutral tones of the house as well as anatural element to the elevated outdoor areas.Photography: Joseph Mills Photography19

ORTHODONTIC ARTS421 NW 10TH STREET, SUITE 201-E, OKCOWNERARCHITECTCONTRACTORDAVID BIRDWELL, DDSBOCKUS PAYNE ARCHITECTUREMACCINI CONSTRUCTIONWith downtown views and bold shades of blue, the contemporaryOrthodontic Arts office space effortlessly embraces the lively and urbanMidtown vibe. At the center of the whimsical and engaging space is acolored glass and mirrored cube that serves as a visual exclamation pointfor the office. The Cube is clad in an array of mirrors, acid-etched glass,and bright blue back painted glass. The Cube houses the “on-deck”waiting area, complete with perforated ceiling panels, televisions, andgaming consoles. The Lab and 3-D imaging equipment are also nestledwithin the Cube, providing easy access for the staff to the adjacent examchairs and consultation rooms.Many rooms and functions needed to be configured to work within theconstraints of the leased space. For instance, the waiting room becomesa multifunctional space; part sitting area, part art gallery for local artists,and when the interior translucent overhead door is raised, the breakroomand waiting room combine to provide a larger area for seminars and afterhours functions.F20The close collaboration between Dr. Birdwell and Bockus Payne throughoutthe design process and construction resulted in a space that is extremelyfunctional for the staff of Orthodontic Arts but also provides a lively, funexperience for patients, young and old.Photography: Randy Alvarado21

WHEELER DISTRICT COTTAGE SERIES HOMES1701 S. WESTERN AVENUE, OKCOWNERARCHITECTCONTRACTORWHEELER DISTRICT, LLCSAM DAYWHEELER HOME, LLCThe Wheeler District’s Cottage Series homes are unlike any residential productin the metro area. The twelve cottages front on Pedaler’s Lane, a pedestrianstreet, and range in size from 650-1250 square feet. With simple, clean linesand custom elevations and floor plans, the cottages are designed to efficientlyuse space and create connections between neighbors. The home exteriorsfeature a variety of materials including brick, Hardie siding and natural woodsiding. Aluminum-clad wood windows dot the exterior elevation and 5V metalflanks the roof.Bisecting Pedaler’s Lane is Runway Boulevard, a tree-lined street that outlinesthe former runway of the historic Downtown Airpark. Runway Series homesalong the boulevard are currently under construction and range in size from1500-3000 square feet. Wherever possible, dedicated parking is located in therear of homes so that porches, not garage doors, frame the street. All Runwayhomes have private courtyards and a geothermal HVAC system.These homes are the beginnings of the Wheeler District community which willgrow to include a variety of housing, restaurant and retail spaces. The firstphase of construction will include 60 single family homes, 100 apartments,and 30,000 square feet of commercial space containing new restaurants, amicrobrewery, and a range of live/work townhomes.Entrance for the Cottage Homes isapproximately 1/2 mile south of the FerrisWheel entrance. Look for the signs.G22The design for the Wheeler District was created in July of 2014 during a oneweek public charrette - a collaborative process that brought together theurban designers and architects of Dover Kohl & Partners, the Wheelerdevelopment team, and hundreds of community stakeholders. The resultingmaster plan set the community vision for the creation of Oklahoma City’snext great urban neighborhood. The design is compact, mixed-use anddedicated to prioritizing pedestrians and cyclists, with generous sidewalks,integrated bike paths and narrower, safer streets.The Wheeler District is intended to include a broad range of home choices,including cottages, townhouses and larger single-family homes. With plans formore than 600 homes, 1,500 condos and apartments, and 300,000 square feetof restaurant and retail space, Wheeler represents the creation of an entirelynew urban district.Photography: Wheeler District23

ART BY ARCHITECTS EXHIBITIONHART BUILDING - FILM ROW726 W. SHERIDAN AVENUEThe American Institute of Architects, Central Oklahoma Chapter is hostingArt by Architects during the month of April 4 - 26, 2019 at the Hart Building onFilm Row. Art by Architects showcases artwork by members of AIA CentralOklahoma and we invite tour goers to come by and enjoy the artwork ofour talented members during the AIA Architecture Tour.Our featured artists are:H24Sara Andrews, AIAKerry Azzarello, Assoc. AIADavid Boeck, AIAKevin Bundy, AIATorrey Butzer, Assoc. AIANathan Coffey, AIARand Elliott, FAIAFarooq Karim, AIACandice Leinneweber, Assoc. AIAKyle Murphy, Assoc. AIARick Johnson, AIAChris Nuttle, AIAGeoff Parker, AIACraig Ridenour, AIARandy Seitsinger, FAIAMelody Stinson, AIADana Templeton, AIAPhotography: Tim Hursley25

Thank you our Architecture WeekBRONZE [email protected]@Manhattan Construction [email protected] Credit: Randy Alvarado Photography(P)405-254-1050 (F)405-254-1055 manhattanconstructiongroup.com2019 AIA Central OklahomaBoard of Directors[RE]DEFINING THE IMAGE OF CONSTRUCTIONPresidentMike Patterson, AIABeck DesignPresident ElectKenneth Dennis, AIAStudio ArchitecturePast PresidentJason Hukill, AIALWPB ArchitectureVice PresidentJustin Mitchell, AIAMA ArchitectureSecretaryLauren Shelton, AIAMiles AssociatesTreasurerBethany Jackson, AIASMA TandemDirectorsMelody Stinson, AIARees Associates, Inc.Public DirectorLeslie GoodeFreese and NicholsChris Nuttle, AIAGuernseyExecutive DirectorMelissa Hunt, Hon. AIAAIA Central OklahomaSeth Cavin, AIASpur Design26OKLAHOMAMODERNISMWEEKENDINTEGRIS COMMUNITY HOSPITALSt. Francis Xavier Catholic ChurchMoore, OKStillwater, OKCONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIAL CIVIL ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALTY SERVICESTULSA OKLAHOMA CITY WWW.NABHOLZ.COMJune 14 - 16, 2019St. Patrick’sCatholic Churchhosted by27

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