Uptown Row / The Ranch Mine

first_imgUptown Row / The Ranch MineSave this projectSaveUptown Row / The Ranch Mine Projects Housing United States 2016 Boxwell Southwest CopyAbout this officeThe Ranch MineOfficeFollowProductsConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingPhoenixUnited StatesPublished on October 08, 2016Cite: “Uptown Row / The Ranch Mine” 08 Oct 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream CopyHousing•Phoenix, United States Uptown Row / The Ranch Mine ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard ArchDaily Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard E Project Photographs Photographs:  Jason Roehner Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project “COPY” Architect of Record: Area:  17332 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: The Ranch Mine Area Area of this architecture project General Contractor: “COPY” Manufacturers: Summit Brick Company, Trex, Western States Metal Roofing, Alpine Windows, Carpenter, Distinctive Custom Cabinetry Site Size:0.71 AcresCity:PhoenixCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Jason RoehnerText description provided by the architects. In many ways, “Uptown Row” is a development between two worlds. The site is situated less than 500 feet away from a light rail station in Uptown Phoenix, between a heavy commercial thoroughfare and historic residential district. Its typology straddles the line between a single-family home and multi-family complex. It is part of a city that relies on the automobile but is actively shifting towards public transportation. This 10-unit greyfield development designed by young Phoenix based architecture firm The Ranch Mine and built and developed by Boxwell Southwest finds harmony in a diverse neighborhood, stitching together disparate elements in a refined, modern complex. Save this picture!© Jason RoehnerThe design intent of this development was to create a pedestrian friendly single-family area in a largely automobile centric city.  The site plan breaks down into two identical, mirrored buildings, roughly the same size as the commercial buildings to the west and south. Each building contains 5 townhomes that break down the overall mass into widths roughly the same size of the historic homes to its east, providing a residential scale familiar to the neighborhood. Each of these units are accessed via pedestrian walkways amid desert plantings and a spaced block wall that provides casual opportunities for socializing with neighbors. Save this picture!© Jason RoehnerSpecific attention was paid to the placement of windows and rooms, providing consistent “eyes on the street”. The front units have ground floor offices with separate entrances from the home for the increasing number of people who have home businesses.  Custom cor-ten steel window boxes poke out from the standing seam metal skin to provide additional shade for these front facing windows. All of the units have 10 foot ceilings and large sliding glass doors that open up the inside to private courtyards, making the spaces live larger than their footprint. Save this picture!© Jason RoehnerThere are 3 primary exterior materials in the development, rusted steel, adobe inspired face brick, and stucco. The rusted metal takes it cue from the heavy industrial feel to the west and south of the property, and clads the front of the structure as well as the drive court. The tallest part of the structure is clad in face brick that evokes the 90 year old adobe house that book ends the opposite corner of the street, and is the oldest house on the block. The stucco and offset concrete block site walls bring in the most common materials in the neighborhood. Save this picture!© Jason RoehnerThe 3 story, stacked floor plans break down into living on the first floor, bedrooms on the second floor, and a flex space on the third floor. This flex space features a wet bar and opens out onto a trex covered roof deck with a built-in grill, creating an ideal indoor/outdoor entertaining space that takes in amazing views of the city, mountains, and desert sky beyond.Save this picture!© Jason RoehnerProject gallerySee allShow lessUrban Ecosystem Design Named Winner of Lion Mountain Park CompetitionArchitecture NewsEarthquake Resistant Tower in San Francisco to Become Most Resilient Tall Building o…Architecture NewsProject locationAddress:Phoenix, AZ, USALocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Save this picture!© Jason Roehner+ 17 Sharelast_img

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