This mixed-use building includes a dentist office at ground level with residences above. The residences have unique Japanese influenced design, high end finishes, and views of Bald Mountain and the Boulder Mountain Range. The exposed glue-lam structure explores the potential of the Smith modified vierendeel truss system for snow loads and column free interior spaces. The design includes private garages, secure storage, and elevator access.
Principal Architect: Jack Smith FAIA. Intial studies and renderings in collaboration with Ensitio Design.
A 30,000 square foot mixed use commercial building. Uses include retail and a residential penthouse.
Gold Nugget Merit Award. Annual International Competition, Best in Category, “Mixed Use”. Pacific Coast Builders Conference, 1993. Honor Award, Northwest Electric and Power Association. Bonneville Power Administration and the Portland Chapter AIA, 1993. AIA Citation Award. Idaho Chapter, 1992. AIA Honor Award, Materials Use – Steel. Idaho Chapter, 1991. Excellence in Energy Efficient Construction. Idaho Power Company, 1991.
An Olympic size swimming pool with 3M and 10M diving boards and support facilities was commissioned by the Blaine County Parks District. The design solution included arrays of solar hot water panels located on the roof to heat the pool. Materials utilized include precast concrete, glass block, stucco and glass. The design was not constructed due to a public bond issue that did not carry.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Construction Completed 1970.
Design and consulting architect for an urban complex consisting of a 31-story office building for Mobil Oil, a 24-story office building for Superior Oil, a banking pavilion for the Toronto Dominion Bank with roof garden, shopping malls, cinema and parking below grade.
Dan Kiley and Partners, Design Architects, Jack Smith, Partner-in-Charge; Abugov & Sunderland, Architects of Record; Reed, Jones, Christopherson, Structural Engineers.