Maison Kayser brought its French elegance to Chinatown in Washington, DC; located just above George Washington University. The restaurants deign required over 55 core drills over the University challenging TEEL’s team with overnight – weekend work to accommodate the neighboring tenants. The final outcome showcased open layout allowing for high-end finishes, a storefront window in the middle of the store, extensive lighting with various fixture types as well as a brand new kitchen.
Beyer Blinder Belle hired TEEL to complete a three-phase renovation of their Georgetown offices and elevator lobby. The renovations included a new kitchen, reception area and conference room with full height sliding glass doors, as well as changes in finishes throughout the 8400 square foot space.
A 5,400 sf high-end interior fit-out for the future offices of Dr. Mesbahi and Dr. Venturi, 2 of our Nation’s leading cosmetic and reconstructive surgeons. The intricate finish package detailed by Architecture Inc includes back-lit natural onyx columns, terrazzo flooring, recessed lighting niches, custom art glass backsplashes, exotic tile walls, and custom built-in furniture, including the luxurious banquettes in the open and bright reception area pictured here.
Architect: Architecture, Inc. Location: McLean, VA
After nearly 28 years in our Great Falls, VA office, we chose the City of Fairfax as our home for the next 30 years. Our team demolished the former 8,000 s.f. law firm to create an open – yet private – collaborative work environment for our home office team. Working closely with the architect, we set out to balance the trendy open office work space with a series of perimeter offices clad with glass storefronts. This allowed for abundant natural lighting to permeate throughout the floor plan which was supplemented with LED ambient-dimming lighting. The public areas feature white oak millwork, painted structural decking and a charcoal-stained and polished concrete floor. In order to move in before year end, the project was put on an accelerated schedule and completed in 7 weeks.
SoulCycle tasked TEEL with building this 3,200 sqft studio in the trendy U street corridor of DC. 14th & U features a 65 bike sound proof studio with high-end features throughout. Be sure to visit SoulCycle to experience their re-invention of indoor cycling. Architect: Mark Vetter Architecture Location: 14th and U Streets, NW – Washington D.C.
Collective Architecture brought in TEEL during the early conceptual design phase of the project. We worked closely with Collective and Spartan Surfaces to provide budgeting and value engineering of the comprehensive renovation of this 14th Street row house. Collective Architecture’s sleek design featuring clean lines, floating ceilings, a floating mirror wall and a tree trunk that was scribed to the solid surface countertop gives way to the showroom’s featured product lines. One of Spartan Surface’s missions is to “Help our clients bring a vision to life.” With our collective team approach, we achieved this mission for out client.
Architect: Collective Architecture
“I just think you should know that your team did way more than an AMAZING job…they KILLED it…so impressed and I do not say that often.” – Alex Hurtado, Principal, Collective Architecture