Mills Ave (Existing)

Mills Ave (Existing)

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills Ave

Mills Ave

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills Ave

Mills Ave

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills Ave

Mills Ave

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills Ave

Mills Ave

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills Ave

Mills Ave

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills Ave

Mills Ave

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills Ave

Mills Ave

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills Ave

Mills Ave

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills Ave

Mills Ave

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills Ave

Mills Ave

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills Ave

Mills Ave

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills Ave

Mills Ave

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills 50 (Concept)

Mills 50 (Concept)

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills 50 (Concept)

Mills 50 (Concept)

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.

Mills Ave (Concept)

Mills Ave (Concept)

PROGRAM Commercial Renovation

SIZE 4.500 sf

LOCATION Orlando, FL

DESIGN

Located at 934-936 N Mills Avenue in Orlando, Florida within the Mills 50 Main Street District, these two mid-century storefronts have undergone a transformation that has revealed the simplicity of the original architecture. From the outset it was necessary to embrace the simple lines already present in the buildings. Foam columns and canvas canopies were removed from the entry and the multi-colored exterior was painted a luster white. Only the horizontals are emphasized with charcoal gray accents at the storefronts and sidewalk. The only additions made to the main façade are twin anodized aluminum canopies designed to project from the block wall without the diagonal booms that are typically associated with canopies. The lines of the metal decking run parallel to the street and reach out to passing automobiles. The tip of the canopy is accentuated by a blade of LED light that can be seen at night. The proposed design is sensitive and light and it gives the structure presence that sets it apart from other buildings in the area that have been decorated over time. Its long-lost integrity has been restored.