With a thoughtful blend of contemporary and historic elements, Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS’ David Haresign, FAIA and Adam Greene, AIA transformed a century-old log cabin in Chevy Chase into the open, modern home the client envisioned. The seamless juxtaposition of old and new in this renovation and addition project inspired Home & Design magazine’s Deborah Dietsch to tell the story through an eight-page spread in the Spring Edition.
With 5 University of Virginia alumni currently on our team, we were very excited to host a week-long externship for two students from the School of Architecture: Audrey Liu, a second year MArch candidate, and Rhett Lin, a fourth year undergraduate student. The externship provides a glimpse into the professional life of a designer in an architecture firm with exposure to all aspects of practice.
Common area upgrades, new amenities, and repurposed spaces create leasing advantages in a competitive marketplace. Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS has designed over 200 multifamily renovation and restoration projects in Washington, DC. We believe in the power of contemporary design to reinforce and complement the architecture of an existing building. We update multi-family living environments to
1728 Fourteenth Street, NW, Washington, DC – Recipient of the 2015 NAIOP DC/MD Award of Excellence – Best Stand Alone Retail Photograph by Anice Hoachlander Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS brings a fresh perspective to the design of vibrant and community-serving retail environments that reflect a contemporary aesthetic and which meet consumer demand for authentic brick-and-mortar
We were honored to receive three Awards of Excellence at the 2015 NAIOP MD/DC Awards Gala on Thursday, October 1st where we celebrated with our clients, Lowe Enterprises and Perseus Realty, staff, friends and professional colleagues at the Willard Hotel! THE HIVE – OUR NEW STUDIO AT 1728 Award of Excellence – Interiors The Hive, our
PROJECT COMPLETION:: A recognized landmark of architectural and historic significance, the Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church has served its Capitol Hill community since the late 19th Century. Today, a historically conscientious renovation has updated the church’s support spaces to better meet its needs, while sensitively adding to the existing building envelope. Saint Mark’s Church sits at
PROJECT COMPLETION Last winter, we announced that we were relocating our offices from an historic Dupont Circle row home to a new studio, located in our recently completed mixed-use project at 1728 Fourteenth Street, NW. Our office move has marked a transformation in firm culture: our new vibrant and open studio has dramatically enhanced our