Design Vault Ep. 19 The Rogers Condominiums with Peter Miller

ABOUT THE ARCHITECT: 

Design Vault Ep. 19 The Rogers Condominiums with Peter Miller

 

 

 

Peter Miller is a Partner of Palette Architecture, which he co-founded in 2010. He is a Director of the Executive Board of AIA-NY and a Design for Freedom Working Group member. Peter is a registered architect with 20+ years of experience focusing on designing and implementing innovative building systems and components. His notable projects include Grace Farms in New Canaan, CT; The National WWII Museum in New Orleans, LA; the Revitalization of Forest Park in St. Louis, MO; the Con" uence Master Plan of Missouri/Illinois; and NYC-HPD’s Small Lots Development Program. Peter’s work has won many design awards, including several AIA National Honor Awards and the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize. His work has been featured in many publications, including Architectural Record, Elle Decor, Fast Company, Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times. Peter is originally from rural Indiana and is from a family of craftsmen, engineers, entrepreneurs, and tinkerers. He treasures the creative process of turning ideas into physical form. He is grateful for the privilege of making space for others and its effects on their lives. Peter holds a BS in Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis and a Master’s degree from the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University.


 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT THE PROJECT: 

Three adjacent lots in Prospect Le# erts Gardens are the project site for a new eighteen unit multi-family mixed use building. The massing is largely driven by the desire to create a building that ! ts bridges between the existing neighboring three story brick walk-ups and taller multi-family buildings of the future. This is realized by the creation of two masses—one smooth and the other ‘chunky’. The smooth mass is understated, more closely relating to the scale of existing urban fabric, while the chunky mass sits atop and in contrast, articulated and expressive. The articulations of the chunky mass form unique outdoor spaces for each two or three bedroom unit, a necessary and desirable program in the age of social distancing. The ground $ oor has ample space for commercial or community facility tenants.

 

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