NADAAA is a Boston and New York based architecture and urban design firm led by principal designer Nader Tehrani, in collaboration with partners Katherine Faulkner and Daniel Gallagher. The studio is a platform for design investigation at a large scale and with a great geographic reach.

NADAAA’s team recently worked on the renovation of the Rock Creek House, a 1920’s brick structure located in Washington, DC. The house was originally composed of two floors, with a mechanical basement and attic. NADAAA’s adaptation doubled the house’s size and while the northern façade remains relatively intact, on the southern one full-height windows open up to a nearby forest, opening to a dialogue with the landscape. The most essential spatial intervention in the house was the introduction of two multi-height spaces, connecting the once stratified structure of living and working areas.

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