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Bomassa Library An 800 square foot library and office located in the forest Bomassa, Republic of Congo. This project is a field office for The Goualougo Triangle Ape Project, a project lead by Dave Morgan, PhD and his wife and research partner Crickette Sanz, PhD.  The library is used to educate the native youth on conservation.  Located in the forest required many of the building materials to be delivered using canoes.


Citylife Church of Tampa_Central Avenue The design intent of this project was to provide a new entry vestibule to an existing multi-purpose building on an existing church campus. They intended on using this building to house the new main santuary space that could support seating 750 - 800 people. Our goal was to give this 1970's building a facelift that would attract the attention of drivers passing on the adjacent interstate. This goal was accomplished in a way no one expected. It quickly resulted in the sale of the entire church campus and lead us into a new project, Citylife Church of Tampa_Dale Mabry Campus.


Crossover Church of Tampa This project is an example of an adaptive re-use of a 43,000 GSF retail space into a church that is focused on serving the inner-city youth through the inclusion of hip-hop music and culture in their services. The main santuary is capable of seating 750 people. With it's emphasis on the hip-hop culture the interior patio and main corridor feature walls and ceilings that give a sense of movement with their irregular angles.


Hermano Family Dental OfficeA 3,000 square foot dental office located in Plant City, Florida. The building is located just off of the site of the florida strawberry festival. The design intent was to create an environment that was peaceful and calming for the patients. Within the lobby and the interior exam rooms large windows provide a view into the atrium which is intended to bring nature into the space.

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