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H-House project featured on Arch Daily website

February 23rd, 2012

The Green Concept Home or “H-House”, designed by Modus V Studio Architects, was recently featured on the Arch Daily Website.  Studio 342 had the pleasure of working with Modus V to design a landscape that helps  minimize the site’s energy and water usage through use of drought tolerant plants, pervious paving, and rainwater recycling.  The H House will be seeking LEED Platinum and Built Green 5 star ratings, the highest measures of green design possible.

Check out the article here.

Here is a great shot of the finished H House Landscape:

Changes at Studio 342

February 24th, 2011

As you have all most likely noticed, we updated our web page a few weeks back with some new projects, a new email server, and a new company logo.  Well, the changes didn’t stop there!   After 6 wonderful years in Fremont, we are vacting the center of the universe  and relocating the office a little further north to the great city of Edmonds, WA.  We are still getting things organized with office space, but in the meantime, our new address will be:

Studio 342 Landscape Architecture
PO Box 972
Edmonds, WA 98020

Our other big change is one I am a little sad to share.  After 6 great years as my business partner and founding member of Studio 342, Jamie Fleckenstein has decided to leave the firm to pursue a new career as a stay at home dad with his young daughter.  I know it was a tough choice for Jamie to make, but it is one I know he is very excited about and one I completely support him on.  Jamie has been an amazing business partner that helped me grow this firm to where it is today.  I definitely could not have done it without him.  I appreciate all his hard work with our firm and know he will be a huge success in his new career as well.  Thank you Jamie, you will be missed.

Look for Sunset Substation Park in February’s Sunset Magazine…

January 31st, 2011
Sunset Substation Park Rendering

Sunset Substation Park Rendering

Sunset Magazine’s February 2011 issue features an article titled “Top 100 cultural trends shaping the West” and the Sunset Substation Pocket Park made the list at #74.

We are excited that the concept of using under-utilized public space to generate power as well as community is building steam!

Studio 342 teamed with CAST Architecture to develop the design for the Sunset Substation Park.

Welcome to the Studio 342 blog!

December 16th, 2010

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