Jonathan Segal is revered among his peers for his business savvy as much as his design talent.
Award of Merit, Multifamily, 2014 Builder’s Choice and Custom Home Design Awards
Merit Award, 2014 Builder’s Choice and Custom Home Design Awards
Award of Merit, Affordable or Workforce Housing, 2014 Builder’s Choice and Custom Home Design Awards
Glass screens generate two light-filled courtyards for public gathering and private refelction.
This 1960s modern building, originally served as a blood bank, proved an inspired subject for conversion to loft apartments.
A split duplex turns a small, typical 25×100 lot into a rewarding develop/design/build project.
Community is Crucial, sustainability is assumed, adaptive reuse is increasingly inventive, and density is being accomplished in defter and more beautiful ways than ever before.
This 1940s affordable housing project was updated and expanded from the original 30 duplex units to 56.
The jury praised how this project encourages interaction and offers “a rich mix of elements that make the urban lifestyle self-contained.”