The Mevorach Studio of Yorame Mevorach and Katya Gibel Mevorach by substance architecture is an addition to a Victorian-style house built in 1883 in the Sherman Hill neighborhood in Des Moines, Iowa, that integrates into the historic neighborhood on the basis of contrast, conserving a relationship of scale and alignments to the existing house without reproducing historic details or materials.
Treehuis by substance architecture is a place for gathering for the owners of a major manufacturing company in southeast Iowa that integrates views and invites an exploration of the wooded site and surrounding wetlands.
Stark Performance Center Iowa by substance architecture for Iowa State University is a 110,000-square-foot academic and training resource with a design focused on catering to a range of student-athletes needs.
Paul Mankins and the design team of substance architecture, are responsible for renovating a 2,800 sq ft home on the northern face of Twin Peaks in San Francisco which was built in the 1950s and designed by the celebrated Frank Lloyd Wright associate, Aaron Green.
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