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   AIA Nevada Design & Service Awards Archive -> 2006 awards -> Traditions Community Center

 
NEVADA AIA DESIGN AWARDS 2006









 

Entry number: UB06001
Project Name: Traditions Community Center
Building Type:  Community Center
Completion Date: n/a
Architect: Cathexes LLC

Design team:
Client/Owner/Developer: Landmark Communities
Interior Designer(s): Kyoob
Landscape Architect(s): Interpretive Gardens, Inc.
Structural Engineer(s): Tobey-Wade Consulting
Electrical Engineer(s): Construction Design Services
Civil Engineer(s): Stantec
General Contractor(s): To be determined
Others on the Design: Team: Capital Engineering Consultants, Inc

Design Approach/Narrative: This Facility is a series of individual recreational buildings connected
along a "spine" the connecting element whose high ceiling allows filtered light and ventilation throughout the facility.  Outdoor public spaces, including two pools adjacent to the lake edge are protected from the hot afternoon sun and winds. The pool deck and lounge offer expansive views back toward the plaza, town center, the island and adjacent neighborhoods.  This Facility is the link between residential and commercial districts of this new town. The design maximizes natural light and ventilation, energy, efficient lighting, combined with recycled and sustainable materials.

Material in ASL Library: Form Core Boards, Project Description Form, Exteriors Photos, Location Map, Site Plan, Floor Plan, and Interior Photos

 

 

 


       



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