Northampton Street View
We designed this adaptive use of the former Hotel Easton as condominiums. The HVAC system is a unique 2-pipe system, in order to eliminate need for nay new openings in the facade - a registered historic facade.
Keim limestone rehabilitation products; landscape and site design; LEED registered (Gold level).
View of natatorium and balcony additions
The natatorium, which houses an urban indoor pool, also doubles as much needed outdoor space off the "Gold Room," one of the small banqueting spaces in the building. The aesthetic is purposefully utilitarian, given the alley location.
A slender, modern installation meant to minimally encroach on the already spare historical fabric.
View of cooling tower hood
The facility was designed to meet strict energy performance goals - roughly 40% better than ASHRAE.
Natatorium end wall
Simple, expressed structure. The natatorium walls are super-insulated ICF clad in an iron brick.
Converted from the former ballroom, this unit is two-stories in height.
Loft Apartment 301
This unit takes the entire Mezzanine level and has a private rooftop patio overlooking the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers.
Adaptive re-use of 100,000 sf former Hotel Easton, including natatorium (indoor swimming pool) addition, as the Grand Eastonian. LEED Gold registered. Project Team: William G Dohe AIA LEED AP, Ryan G. Welty AIA, Karen Ramsey AIA, Eric Herbold