Gobo Run

2012 / Residential / Shenandoah County, VA

  • Foundry Architects Gobo Run
  • Foundry Architects Gobo Run
  • Foundry Architects Gobo Run
  • Foundry Architects Gobo Run
  • Foundry Architects Gobo Run
  • Foundry Architects Gobo Run
  • Foundry Architects Gobo Run
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This residence is tucked away in the Shenandoah Mountains, and is designed to comfortably house a couple and parent in-laws. Views of the surrounding mountains are carefully framed, and each wing has its own unique characteristics. The design implements passive cooling strategies combined with active systems, like a glycol solar heated slab, to minimize dependence on the grid. A nod to the vernacular southern dogtrot provides a space for gathering around an outdoor fireplace while simultaneously harnessing breezes from a nearby mountaintop.

+ Awards
  • AIA Baltimore Residential Award

Minim House

2013 / Residential / Washington, D.C.

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The ‘tiny house’ movement is gaining traction in several parts of the United States, and its philosophy is based on living in the smallest possible footprint, often on land that would otherwise go unused or underused. The Minim home is an extremely efficient and sustainable prototype measuring just 11′ wide by 22′ long. The interior space is meticulously designed and detailed to create a comfortable living space for two adults. Movable items like a custom hydraulic table and a roll-away bed enable the space to be configured in a multitude of ways.

+ Awards
  • AIA DC Merit Award
  • AIA Baltimore Residential Award

Belvedere Square

2013 / Masterplan, Retail / Baltimore, MD

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Foundry assisted Belvedere Square in the development of a multi-phase masterplan, including design and programming for exterior public plazas, building facade improvements and lighting, branding, and reconfiguring traffic patterns. The scope also includes reprogramming multiple buildings and the renovation and expansion of the Belvedere Square Market. The second phase is currently being implemented, with future work in development.

Wagshal’s

2013 / Market / Washington, D.C.

  • Foundry Architects Wagshals Market
  • Foundry Architects Wagshals Market
  • Foundry Architects Wagshals Market
  • Foundry Architects Wagshals Market
  • Foundry Architects Wagshals Market
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Wagshal’s Market has been a Washington, D.C. staple for the upper Northwest region since 1925. Their second location reinvents old market charm and textures by skillfully manipulating materials and combining them with state-of-the-art equipment. The glass meat and deli cases are custom designed for the space and allow for maximum customer viewing area and interaction. A porcelain tile ceiling serves as the backdrop for steel ceiling grids that support multiple functions, such as adjustable LED lighting and suspended scales.

Beau Thai

2013 / Restaurant / Washington, D.C.

  • Foundry Architects Beau Thai
  • Foundry Architects Beau Thai
  • Foundry Architects Beau Thai
  • Foundry Architects Beau Thai
  • Foundry Architects Beau Thai
  • Foundry Architects Beau Thai
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This Thai restaurant takes modern elements and blends them with references to the owner’s family to create an inviting interior. A fresh and colorful palette takes its cues from old photographs that line the banquette wall.  Foundry worked closely with artist Michelle Peterson-Albandoz to create the focal point of the space, an intricate reclaimed wood wall installation that wraps the entry and bar area.

Long View Gallery

2011 / Retail / Washington, D.C.

  • Foundry Architects Long View Gallery
  • Foundry Architects Long View Gallery
  • Foundry Architects Long View Gallery
  • Foundry Architects Long View Gallery
  • Foundry Architects Long View Gallery
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Long View Gallery is unique in Washington for its ability to showcase large-scale artworks and installations. Long View is housed in a former car garage adjacent to the Washington Convention Center, and functions both as an art gallery and event space. Sleek metal and glass garage doors evoke the building’s original function. The interior space is raw and industrial, lending the artwork a special significance and power.

Shoo-Fly Diner

2014 / Restaurant / Baltimore, Maryland

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Shoo-Fly Diner is located in an historic, mid-20th century building originally constructed as a Hess Shoe store and located in one of the Baltimore area’s first suburban shopping districts.  Foundry worked with the chef and builders to renovate the space as a casual diner serving traditional American fare. The split-level floor plan was used as an opportunity to differentiate between dining options, with the bar on the entrance level, more traditional table service a level above, and U-shaped diner counters providing views into the open kitchen on the lower level.

Glaze Residence

2012 / Residential / Washington, D.C.

  • Foundry Architects Glaze Residence
  • Foundry Architects Glaze Residence
  • Foundry Architects Glaze Residence
  • Foundry Architects Glaze Residence
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  • Foundry Architects Glaze Residence
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An existing rowhouse is transformed to accommodate the client’s desire for simple, open living. A sculptural wood and glass stair bathed in natural light forms the heart of the house. A restrained palette and modern details are juxtaposed against the traditional exterior. Custom elements, like the master bath sink and dining room pendant, lend a unique character and warmth to the home.

Salem Toland Residence

2012 / Residential / Washington, D.C.

  • Foundry Architects Salem Toland Residence
  • Foundry Architects Salem Toland Residence
  • Foundry Architects Salem Toland Residence
  • Foundry Architects Salem Toland Residence
  • Foundry Architects Salem Toland Residence
  • Foundry Architects Salem Toland Residence
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This renovation takes cues from the owners’ affinity for mid-20th century furniture and design. While respecting the original structure, careful interventions of walnut cabinetry, lacquered panels, and natural stone seamlessly merge old and new. Every element is carefully considered, and the result is a functional and efficient dwelling in a modest amount of space.

Morgan Residence

2013 / Residential / Washington, D.C.

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This Capitol Hill rowhouse is made bright and airy by demolishing the interior walls and creating an open kitchen and dining plan. Custom cabinetry allows for an island in the middle of the narrow space, making the kitchen extremely functional. The materials and details speak to the historic nature of the home without relying on overly traditional motifs.

Grape+Bean

2012 / Market / Alexandria, VA

  • Foundry Architects Grape + Bean
  • Foundry Architects Grape + Bean
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This specialty market provides distinct areas for coffee, wine, and food products all in one open space. Extensive repairs to the existing structure produced old growth joists that are reused as shelving and retail display. The LED lighting throughout the market is designed to create distinct moods and zones for daytime shopping and nighttime gatherings.