A few new renderings for our project on W Dauphin St featuring open concept living, private balconies and an extensive green roof.
We're getting excited as this project nears the finish line. Here are some sneak peek shots from a recent site visit. View of the city skyline from the roof deck Looking into the kitchen in a unit
The six-unit project on 44th street in Philadelphia is coming together nicely. We're getting close to the finish line and are really excited to see the completed project. More information.
The JMG group at Jefferson Health requested a new design for the 1,000 sq ft shell in historic Haddonfield, NJ. The new practice is intended to be a high-end outpatient doctor’s office on a monthly subscription basis. It was critical for the design to incorporate elements of nature into the suite while maintaining the desired [...]
You may or may not know this, that Kore Design offers laser scanning services. What is laser scanning you ask? Laser scanning is a non-contact technological process by which a device digitally captures and accurately documents the shape of objects and rooms through the use of laser and camera. All the device needs is line-of-sight [...]
You've probably noticed that at Kore we're interested in what the future of architectural design and construction could look like from a technological perspective. Aion Robotics' unmanned ground vehicle caught our attention. Could this autonomous ATV that has 2000lbs of hauling capacity be something that could help in the construction industry. It can be manually [...]
Jefferson Health NJ approached Kore to fit-out a portion of their Cherry Hill MOB shell space for their new ENT suite. The new space was designed to include two fully equipped audio booth rooms, a balance room, twelve exam rooms, a meeting & lounge room for the staff and a series of offices.
Curbed Philly recently posted this GIF created by University of Pennsylvania graduate Corey Fader for a class project. It's easy to forget these days how much the skyline has developed over the last 70 or so years. This GIF chronicles that using an old 1946 photograph of the area. To see the full Cubed article, [...]
Common Grounds, was a recent interior fit-out of a coffee shop in the heart of Temple University's campus. The roll-up garage door creates an inviting presence on Cecil B Moore for anyone passing by looking for somewhere to grab a quick coffee or a comfortable place to work. The lower level offers ample seating and [...]
A couple weeks ago we talked about 3D printing could become integrated with architecture. Almost a year ago, a french family became the first to live in a 3D printed house. Which would have felt like a dream not that many years ago. Thankfully technology has been growing leaps and bounds and making dreams become [...]