Tag: mixed-use

15 Sep 2023
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G BLOC wins AIA Award

We are happy to announce that G BLOC Modern Live + Work has won a 2023 AIA Indiana Design Award!

Of 44 submissions, G BLOC was one of 9 to receive recognition at the event. The project received a Merit Award for Architecture (New Construction – Project Cost Less Than $5 Million).

Thanks to all project collaborators, and AIA Indiana + AIA Kentucky for organizing and hosting another outstanding event to support community-building!

15 Jun 2023
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Live-Work Expansion Approved

Live-work expansion has been approved at 545 S East Street in the Fletcher Place/Holy Rosary Neighborhood by City of Indianapolis across from the Eli Lilly and Company headquarters.

We applied for and received a variance to expand the existing upper levels living component so that it becomes the predominant use from a square footage perspective. City also approved the Regional Center application without resistance or remonstrance.

We are looking forward to completing the balance of the design for permitting and starting the construction phase. Please see the project page for more images and ongoing storyline. We’ll be adding updates as we do, so please check-back!

24 Dec 2022
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Happy Holidays

From G BLOC, our team at HAUS would like to wish our clients, friends, consultants, colleagues happy holidays!

We look forward to our journey with you all forward into 2023 and beyond :).

07 Jan 2022
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G BLOC Exterior

We enjoyed the year getting settled-in at G BLOC.

Check out some of the new exterior photos and updates to the project story!

14 Nov 2014
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Brownstone Design Progress

Design for new brownstone inspired development is coming along in mixed-use area of Indianapolis. Client is currently living in a suburban gated community and is interested in pursuing a different lifestyle-living arrangement in the future (walkable community).

01 Jun 2013
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Alexander Boutique

HAUS enjoyed participating in the design and execution of the Alexander Boutique at The Alexander Hotel located in downtown Indianapolis.  The hotel and boutique gets design inspiration from Scottish engineer, Alexander Ralston‘s layout for Indianapolis in 1821.  A motif of the one-mile square with radiating 45-degree streets is utilized in the boutique concepts and details.  Thanks to Buckingham Companies and Justine Sharp for the collaboration.

01 Sep 2011
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LCFS Honor Awards

11/09/11 Indianapolis, IN – Lutheran Child and Family Services (Indianapolis location) recognized with 2011 Monumental Affair Honor Award for Architecture, the highest honor of three projects recognized.

09/15/11 Dayton, OH – Lutheran Child and Family Services recognized with 2011 AIA Indiana Honor Award for Design, the highest honor of six projects by Indiana architects recognized (forty-six total entries) … congratulations to client and team.