New Williamsburg

  • test image
  • test image
  • The Virginia Landmark Corporation sponsored a competition to develop a large parcel in the vicinity of the historic town of Williamsburg. The proposal refers to the urban configuration of the colonial city by organizing residences along a mile-long main street which connects civic centers at either end. The buildings are proposed to be built exclusively on the high ground of ridges abandoning the shallows and lowlands entirely to nature. The project was designed in collaboration with Trelles Architects.

  • Description
  • 1
  • 2
  • Courthouse Plan

    The Virginia Landmark Corporation sponsored a competition to develop a large parcel in the vicinity of the historic town of Williamsburg. The proposal refers to the urban configuration of the colonial city by organizing residences along a mile long main street which connects civic centers at either end. The buildings are proposed to be building exclusively on the high ground of ridges abandoning the shallows and lowlands entirely to nature.

  • Courthouse Elevation & Sections

    The Virginia Landmark Corporation sponsored a competition to develop a large parcel in the vicinity of the historic town of Williamsburg. The proposal refers to the urban configuration of the colonial city by organizing residences along a mile long main street which connects civic centers at either end. The buildings are proposed to be building exclusively on the high ground of ridges abandoning the shallows and lowlands entirely to nature.