Studio 804

Studio 804, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation committed to the continued research and development of sustainable, affordable, and inventive building solutions. The University of Kansas Department of Architecture offers this comprehensive education opportunity for graduate students entering the final year of the Master of Architecture program, transfer students, or professionals — anyone who wants to be a better architect by having had the experience of designing and constructing a sophisticated building in its entirety from the ground up.. All aspects of the design and construction process are carried out by the students over the course of a nine month academic year. This includes everything from initial design including all systems, construction documents, estimates, working with zoning and code officials, site layout, placing concrete, framing, roofing, siding, setting solar panels, landscape and more — there isn’t anything we don’t do ourselves.

Since the beginning, the work of Studio 804 has targeted energy efficient and sustainable design. Since the 5.4.7. Arts Center in Greensburg, Kansas, which was completed in 2008, each project has been LEED Platinum Certified and several of them have been Passive House US (PHIUS) Certified. All the houses have targeted net zero energy use over a calendar year.

LOCATION: Lawrence, Kansas, USA

The Houses on Oak Hill Avenue by Studio 804

The Houses on Oak Hill Avenue, Kansas by Studio 804

Project: The Houses on Oak Hill Avenue Architects: Studio 804 Distinguished Professor: Dan Rockhill Students: Christina Base, Sam Bradley, Gen Daley, Alex Delekta, Blake Firkins, Jacob Hansen, Jared Heinzerling, Grace Kennedy, Joe Libeer, TJ Niemann, Alan Palerma, Emilie Printemps, Daniel Ritchie, Dana Ritter, Bianca Webb Location: Lawrence, Kansas, USA Area: 1503 ft2 Year: 2019 Photographs:

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