Modular Addition

Modular Addition

This project includes a modular addition to a small (950 sq ft) ranch and re-organization of the original structure located in historic Saratoga Springs, NY. The addition added about 700 sq feet including a new family room, full bath and mudroom. Finishes include vaulted ceiling, wood look porcelain floor tiles and a high end gas fireplace with bluestone surround. The original living room became the new dining space and a teak bar was added...

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Adirondack Camp

Adirondack Camp

  Designed as a second home ‘Camp’ retreat, this project is slated for completion in 2014. The 2,400 square foot open plan ‘Adirondack style’ camp is designed as a year round weekend retreat. Outfitted with a highly efficient thermal envelope and heating system the camp is nearly off the grid. The interior is a large open volume on two floors that open up to wide open vistas beyond on the back side window wall, which doubles to bring in...

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Lakeside Family Lodge

Lakeside Family Lodge

Designed as a lakeside retreat for multi generation families this lodge boasts a large living / dining / family quad with a master suite above. A separate lodging quad is attached via the main entrance hall. Outfitted with 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms the sleeping quad provides plenty of space for family groups of all ages.              ...

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Historic House Renovation

Historic House Renovation

This historic 1852 house nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks was renovated in the early 2002. In order to accommodate a growing family the owners commissioned AJA Architecture and Planning to design a two story addition and carriage house for the property. The addition houses the family mudroom, storage shed and an upstairs master suite. The carriage barn provides parking for three cars, a working shop with restroom and upstairs storage...

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Cliff House–Dominica Is.

Cliff House–Dominica Is.

AJA Architecture and Planning was commissioned to design a retirement home on Caribbean Island of Dominica. This cliff side site influenced the orientation of the house to take advantage of prominent winds to cool the home during the hot summer months. Utilizing a gull-wing roof profile also provided for large shading overhangs while maximizing view of the Atlantic. This project currently design is being develop as a modular structure to ease...

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