Featured Architecture Projects

The 1819 Innovation Hub at UC

Once slated for demolition, a 1920s-era Sears, Roebuck & Co. store is now the front door of Cincinnati’s innovation corridor. Located off campus along a future “technology corridor” and in an urban renewal zone, the university saw the potential for this building to become a strong asset for the University and a catalyst to jump-start the innovation corridor development.

Cite des Arts Morocco

In an effort to strengthen the country’s cultural and artistic identity, the goal of the Ministry was to commission a new physical environment to highlight the relevance of traditional art in the realities of contemporary life. The program for the campus includes an art museum, multi-purpose theater, academy for arts and theater, and incubator studios.

The Empower OTR Building

The Marketer is the headquarters of Empower, a creative multi-media agency in Cincinnati. It is also a story of an urban infill building in the heart of Cincinnati’s historic OTR neighborhood. 3CDC commissioned A359 to design, restore and integrate the historic Hukon building with a new four-story contemporary office block on the adjacent vacant lot.

Public Service Hall Poti

A359 Partners in Architecture was invited to participate in an international design competition for a new public service hall for the country of Georgia. Upon review of the design submissions, A359 was awarded the commission for architecture and interior design for the Poti branch on the western coast of Georgia near the Black Sea.

Madcap Education Center

Madcap envisioned an education center and theater to fully realize its potential. The group identified a former Cincinnati Bell switching station, where operators once manned busy switchboards. Madcap tapped into A359’s urban redevelopment and renovation expertise for the project located on Cincinnati’s west side.

Macy's Prototype

A359 provided architecture services for a new Macy’s department store in Downtown Summerlin, located in the Western outskirts of Las Vegas, NV. The Macy’s project included a prototype adaptation of a 180,000-square-foot design that would serve as an anchor store for this open-air lifestyle and entertainment center.