Perkins Lane is a 25-residence gated enclave community located in the heart of Baton Rouge. Set amongst graceful heritage oaks, a streetscape of complementary yet distinctive homes recalls the city’s rich architectural traditions. With a variety of floor plans ranging from 1,750 to 3,000 square feet, homes feature outdoor kitchens, raised front porches, courtyards, pools, and fountains. Live/work units marking the community’s entrance include 600 square feet of work space on the first floor and living space above. Alley-accessible garages keep neighborhood traffic to a minimum.
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Saddle Creek Shops, widely regarded as the first lifestyle center developed in the US, is undergoing an expansion and renovation designed to enhance the existing shops and restaurants of this premier shopping district. Saddle Creek’s 140,000 square feet of shopping and dining venues are set in a walkable pedestrian-oriented landscape with a timeless blend of contemporary and transitional architecture, all within the City of Germantown’s Smart Growth District.
Situated on two blocks that front Centennial Olympic Park Drive, just north of the location of the 1996 summer Olympic Games, the project site is bisected by Simpson Street. With a 35-foot grade change across the two sites, the architecture along Centennial Hill is traditional while it transitions to more contemporary alongside Centennial Olympic Park. Each block boasts three distinct building styles to preserve the diverse character of the neighborhood and allow a more graceful massing transition as the buildings step down the hill.
LRK designed a new 6,500-space parking facility and pedestrian corridor as part of a two-phased renovation project for the Memphis International Airport. Carefully blending with the existing aesthetics, a skin of perforated metal reflects the surrounding environmental changes through transparency and lighting. The garage introduces cutting edge technology while providing a front door for the airport, and a landscaped pedestrian corridor shapes the user experience between garage and airport terminal.