Jinwoo Jang Architect

Corona Rowhouses

Attached Housing Development

A 21-unit rowhouse project has been designed in the Corona neighborhood of Queens. The site, which was previously a gas station, underwent extensive environmental remediation and regulatory review prior to construction. The building’s facade showcases a playful modulation of indentations, creating a rhythmic visual pattern.

Modulation and Proportion: The building’s undulating facade composition creates a unique perception from the street.

Materials: High-quality materials, including clay bricks and custom cornice moldings sourced from across North America, are accentuated with cast stone details to add character and interest to the building.

Energy Efficiency: The design incorporates both material sustainability and energy efficiency, providing an environmentally conscious solution.

Location: Queens, NY
Project Area: 28,104 SF
Design Year: 2014

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