THE ORGANIZATION OF THE AMERICAN STATES|WASHINGTON, D.C.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

10 - 15 YEAR MASTER PLANS

5,000 SQ. FT. - 62,000 SQ. FT. PER PROGRAMMED SPACE

The Organization of the American States  (OAS) in Washington, DC has had a long-standing historic connection with H2L2. H2L2's founding partner, Paul Philippe Cret, designed the Pan American Union Building, now the headquarters for the OAS, as his first US commission in 1908. As part of the OAS's 10 and 15 year master plans, the firm was hired to explore several master plan options which included the fit out of the Administration Building into a museum and library, the relocation of the administration offices, the development of a café & visitor center, and underground parking.

 

JOB ROLE
Architectural Designer & Revit Instructor, H2L2 Architects & Planners

Credits:

H2L2 Architects & Planners, Architect

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