Facade Renovation Completed for CAN Community Health

Posted by BC3 Team January 20, 2018

The design team at BC3, lead by Pawel Hanusowski, completes the design for a facade renovation and exterior landscape improvement project in the Little River District of Miami. The client is CAN Community Health. The building is a double height structure and BC3 has teamed with the Interior Design firm: MRA Design. Their design from their office is being lead by Interior Designer, Paul Edwards. Together with Paul we relocated the existing entrance and created a new, architecturally stronger, entrance to the far right. The ribbon moving across the facade is proposed to be a powder coated metal cladding mounted on top of the painted stucco facade. Leading up to the facade is a new paved path lined with small trees and shrubs to escort visitors from the sidewalk to the front entrance. The landscape design work is being lead by BC3 Landscape Designer, AnaClaudia Magalhaes.

The design team at BC3, lead by Pawel Hanusowski, completes the design for a facade renovation and exterior landscape improvement project in the Little River District of Miami. The client is CAN Community Health. The building is a double height structure and BC3 has teamed with the Interior Design firm: MRA Design. Their design from their office is being lead by Interior Designer, Paul Edwards. Together with Paul we relocated the existing entrance and created a new, architecturally stronger, entrance to the far right. The ribbon moving across the facade is proposed to be a powder coated metal cladding mounted on top of the painted stucco facade. Leading up to the facade is a new paved path lined with small trees and shrubs to escort visitors from the sidewalk to the front entrance. The landscape design work is being lead by BC3 Landscape Designer, AnaClaudia Magalhaes.

Architecture building usage and its occupants were a top consideration for the landscape concept. Irregular pavers walkways softened the pedestrian arrival to the building’s main entrance. The water feature, sounds, and bright plantings were intended to be a focal point. These key sensory stimulations sought to trigger a sense of well-being from building occupants as they navigate through the small garden. The species selected are Celosia Spp., Alachis glabrata, Heptepluram arboricola, Codiaeum variegatum.

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