Terminus - Duda|Paine Architects
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Terminus

Conceived as a 24-hour live-work-play neighborhood and urban center, the high-density, vertical development represented a new direction for Atlanta. Three chiseled and sculpted forms occupy a full block in the Buckhead district, creating a signature complex of mixed-use buildings that have impacted both the cityscape and the streetscape. The dense complex is rendered airy and accessible with predominantly clear glass cladding, multiple entryways, interior streets and courtyards, and a pedestrian level plaza—Café Street—devoted to shop fronts and restaurants. Pocket parks, roof gardens, internal streets, and plazas bring life to the street level and make ideal gathering places for community events. Terminus contributes positively to its urban neighborhood by generating pedestrian-level activity and commerce through public accessibility and reinforcement of the city grid. The project attracted other high-density development to the area, shaping an environment where the mixture of living, working and playing leads to continuous day and night activity.

 

 

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Working

Location

Atlanta, Georgia

Size

1.5 M sf mixed-use development

Sustainability

LEED Silver Certified (T100) / LEED Gold Certified (T200)