Ennead entry for the National Medal of Honor Museum design competition that celebrates the values of the National Medal of Honor.
We were fortunate to be a part of this effort, producing this short film to help describe the design and overall intention of Ennead's design.
A personal short film by Martin Solarte... A gathering of some personal attractions to Los Paramos in Colombia, architecture, storytelling and many movies. The piece was created during the lockdown and perhaps due to that the feeling of solitude and isolation within it.
Missoni Baia’s 249 Edgewater condominium residences celebrate the timeless appeal of waterfront living in relaxed, modern style. It cuts a prominent figure on the Miami skyline and on East Edgewater’s waterfront. Missoni Baia soars 57 floors into the air and spans an impressive 200 feet along Biscayne Bay.
Ten Grand Street represents the most exciting boutique office space available anywhere in New York City. The interlocking tower adds a completely new dimension to the Williamsburg skyline - seamlessly integrating office, retail and residential spaces.
The Trinity Church is undergoing a rejuvenation to enhance the overall worship experience. We created this short film that represents what the church will look like when the project is complete.
80 East 10th Street is a post-war condominium building in downtown Manhattan’s East Village neighborhood finished in 2017. Situated at 80 East 10th Street the northeast corner of Fourth Avenue, the building contains 12 units and rises 10 stories.
Located in the heart of Hollywood, adjacent to the historic Capitol Records building at 1755 Argyle Avenue, Argyle House is an 18-story boutique luxury residential tower offering panoramic views stretching from the Hollywood sign to the Pacific Ocean.
Inside 10 Jay Street, arched Terracotta ceilings rise to over fourteen feet; flexible 23,000 squarefoot floor plans are punctuated by slender brick columns original to the structure.
Located in SoHo’s Cast Iron Historic District, 42 Crosby Street brings forward-looking architecture grounded by context to a landmarked neighborhood.