About the project… We worked with the owners and designers of the Hampton Inn and created a Visual Impact Study to show how the new hotel would effect its surrounding area and buildings using both computer studies and physical studies. The finished Hampton Inn, now a successful hotel with many sold out weekends in the […]
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Project Summary Once home to Alfandre Architecture, we designed a space for New Paltz Karate. Located adjacent to the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail and near Historic Huguenot Street, our design goal was to compliment and improve the surrounding area, while also creating an efficient karate studio and office building. The stucco, stone and timber façade […]
Project Summary Alfandre Architecture renovated an existing loading dock and security area into a new, ground floor welcome center to better accommodate the guests and service entries with the least amount of conflict. Our design included a new lobby space, reception, public restrooms and security details. The exterior part of the entrance needed to be […]
Project Summary Tompkins Terrace is an apartment complex in Dutchess County, NY with 193 units and a community center. Alfandre Architecture conducted field surveys to evaluate and record the existing condition of the facility in order to prioritize work scopes. We were responsible for code review, preparation of work scopes and construction administration. We designed […]
About the project… Bird’s eye view of Interfaith Towers looking towards the Walkway over the Hudson. Located in the city of Poughkeepsie in Dutchess County, NY, Interfaith Towers is a 136 unit hi-rise, multifamily housing building built in 1970. As a NYSERDA Multifamily Performance Partner, we were able to direct incentive funding to help Interfaith […]
The new Friary is attached to St Francis Chapel, and the original St Paul Friary. Together, the three buildings create a private courtyard for the Friars at the heart of the Graymoor Mountain. The private dining room, serving as one of the three tables for Franciscan life, is sympathetic in style to the shape and […]