Assimilation Design Lab Assimilation Design Lab imagemy_GOOD2.php?nm=Users/1396449105ADL_Logo_Final_Reverse.jpg&mwidth=289&mheight=143 Founded in 2010, Assimilation Design Lab LLC (ADL) is a young, dynamic architecture firm that strives to assimilate theory based design solutions with programmatic needs specific for each project and client. ADL’s core design principles are based on current contextual, technological, and sustainable conditions juxtaposed to create unique design solutions. ADL believes in a collaborative approach, working closely with the client, construction trades, and artists, from conception through the final details of construction. This approach allows the architecture to seamlessly flow, from the big picture to the smallest detail, while creating complex spacial readings. (267)227-0384
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Assimilation Design Lab

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David Whipple

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19147

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(267)227-0384

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http://www.assimilationdesignlab.com

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Assimilation Design Lab

Founded in 2010, Assimilation Design Lab LLC (ADL) is a young, dynamic architecture firm that strives to assimilate theory based design solutions with programmatic needs specific for each project and client. ADL's core design principles are based on current contextual, technological, and sustainable conditions juxtaposed to create unique design so Read More

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Set in the heart of Philadelphia’s historic manufacturing district north of Vine Street, the Wood Street Lofts were part of the revitalization of this neighborhood in the early 2000’s. Wanting to highlight the historic character of the warehouse and its function, ADL juxtaposed the raw existing structure with the minimal modern loft. The exposed brick, steel structure, and existing machinery surround the new architecture as it appears to be carefully inserted and slid into place forming and defining the inhabitant’s living condition.
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19001 Abington, 08201 Absecon, 08501 Allentown, 08001 Alloway, 19002 Ambler, 19003 Ardmore, 19014 Aston, 08004 Atco, 19310 Atglen, 08401 Atlantic city, 08106 Audubon, 08202 Avalon, 19311 Avondale, 19004 Bala cynwyd, 08007 Barrington, 19701 Bear, 08031 Bellmawr, 19020 Bensalem, 08009 Berlin, 19312 Berwyn, 08010 Beverly, 19421 Birchrunville, 08011 Birmingham, 08012 Blackwood,  Read More