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Consume
Lake Zurich, IL
Completed: 2016
Cost: $250k Area: 2850 sf
GC: Shobi Construction Inc.
Design & Drafting: Workus Studio, LLC
Challenge: A raw commercial space w/ some previous utilities. The
owners needed 1.5 times the square footage for a new restaurant, bar,
& bottle shop.
Outcome: A combined space w/ generous light & height. The new
interior is efficient w/ an open bar & eating areas. Adjacent bottle
shop; kitchen/storage/bathrooms are on the perimeter. A material
palette of barnwood & stone pair w/ clean 'L' volumes that dictate
seating. Vintage pendants pop against a blacked-out ceiling.
Ranch Reno
Lake Bluff, IL
Completed: 2014
Cost: $180k Area: 1600 s.f.
GC: Servio Pro, Inc.
Design & Drafting: Workus Studio, LLC
Challenge: An empty nester requested a complete home
renovation with open floor plan, flooded with light, & updated
amenities.
Outcome: A great room with vaulted ceiling fuses the living, dining,
and kitchen. The bedroom wing was reconfigured for an office,
guest bedroom/bath, and a new master suite; which pivot off the
main entry and great room. New flooring, windows, & doors were
also implemented.
Smith Kitchen
Prospect Heights, IL
Completed 2015
Cost: $125k Area: 1000 s.f.
GC: Construction People Corp.
Design & Drafting: Workus Studio, LLC
Challenge: A dated 1979 ranch w/ a fragmented floor plan, which was
ill-suited to the clients' lifestyle.
Outcome: Through the use of light & volume, a restructured vaulted
ceiling accompanied by skylights, windows and a new sliding door,
created a new, interconnected & light filled kitchen & dining area. The
resulting space feels like a back-lit geode; interior architecture carved
out of the ranch volume.
Modern Farmhouse
Perham, MN
Completed: 2012
Cost: $1.5m Area: 4600 s.f.
GC: Dana Tomlinson & Sons, Inc.
Local Architects: BHH, Inc.
Challenge: Sited on 160 acres, this project was commissioned as a
retirement dream home w/ eco features & ADA accessibility.
Outcome: The residence is near self-sufficient via a large wind turbine,
geo-thermal system, & passive cooling/heating. By shifting the rear
two-thirds due South, it collects maximum fall/winter/spring sun, and
allows for a thermal mass via the stained concrete floors. The remaining
front one-third remains orthogonal, aligning with existing farm buildings.

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Licensed Architect - Summer 2017

President’s Message
ADA Advice Accessibility: Handrail Details for Stairways and Ramps
Continuing Education A Review of Window, Door and Skylight Standards and Certification
Buyer’s Guide
Feature Article The Necessary Accessory: Hardware
Continuing Education Providers/ ALA New Members
Insurance Design Professionals and Cyber Risk - Part 2
Second Chances for Buildings The New Roof is Still Leaking?
Feature Article What Do Clients Want? Amenities, style and function
Firm Management Tools for Small Firms: Time Management
Index of Advertisers
Licensed Architect - Summer 2017 - Intro
Licensed Architect - Summer 2017 - cover1
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Licensed Architect - Summer 2017 - President’s Message
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Licensed Architect - Summer 2017 - ADA Advice Accessibility: Handrail Details for Stairways and Ramps
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Licensed Architect - Summer 2017 - Continuing Education A Review of Window, Door and Skylight Standards and Certification
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Licensed Architect - Summer 2017 - Buyer’s Guide
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Licensed Architect - Summer 2017 - Feature Article The Necessary Accessory: Hardware
Licensed Architect - Summer 2017 - Continuing Education Providers/ ALA New Members
Licensed Architect - Summer 2017 - Insurance Design Professionals and Cyber Risk - Part 2
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Licensed Architect - Summer 2017 - Second Chances for Buildings The New Roof is Still Leaking?
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Licensed Architect - Summer 2017 - Feature Article What Do Clients Want? Amenities, style and function
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Licensed Architect - Summer 2017 - Firm Management Tools for Small Firms: Time Management
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