MOSES ANSHELL @ JACKSON STREET

CONSERVES AND RESTORES FROM

THE 1940'S

MOSES ANSHELL

With this renovation of an existing 1940’s warehouse the architecture selectively conserves and restores what is old while inserting minimal forms to define space. The existing reinforced concrete structure and wood ceilings are juxtaposed by new walls that create dynamic spatial experiences. As much ‘lived in archaeology’ as architecture, it is more as a sustained overlapping of times than as traditional restoration.

Project Team

CCBG Architects, Inc.
Mechanical / Heideman + Associates
Structural / Slayeman Engineering
Landscape / Greey Pickett