7th Flats at Progression Place- Annotated Bibliography 6-7

“7th Flats.” Bozzuto. N.p., 24 Oct. 2016. Web. 09 Nov. 2016. This website offers a detailed overview of what the 7th Flats at Progression Place consist of. The website depicts all floor plans that the apartment building offers, including square feet and price. Studios are a one-floor plan which consists of 424 square feet and […]

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BED Interior: Thomas Circle

Zhenhua Xi 11.02.2016 Professor Hoskins Building Environment Description, Interior The Interior Site: Thomas Circle       Thomas Circle is a remarkable traffic circle in washington, DC, and it is across by Massachusetts Avenue, Vermont Avenue, 14th Avenue, and M street Avenue. It is named for memorializing American Civil War General George Henry Thomas.              When […]

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Strangers to the Environment Know how to Make it Our Home

Getting into the interior of the building was a bit of the challenge. The building happened to still be under construction allowing limited access to the building. I was able to enter into the lobby, it was pretty bland. There wasn’t a lot of “flair” or welcoming features as one would normally expect. The lobby […]

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The Beauty and Necessity in Change: Wonder Bread Factory, S Street

From the second I walked into the Wonder Bread Factory, I was struck by its beauty. I expected to see old brick, and historic structures from the building’s older Dorsch’s White Cross Bakery days from 1913, but instead, I was surrounded by sophisticated graphic art designs, and complex objects. There is no question that the […]

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The Unique Building of 1825 7th St NW: 7th Flats at Progression Place

    There, in the middle of a dirty, obscure, and dangerous area in Washington D.C., is a different and unique building than the rest of all the places in Shaw. On 1825 7th St NW is a modern and new building known as the 7th Flats at Progression Place. The building is “A diverse […]

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Interior Architecture Changes: One Franklin Square

     Interior Architecture Changes: One Franklin Square             One Franklin Square is located in 1301 K Street NW across from Washington’s second largest park, Franklin Square. It’s the fifth tallest building in The District of Columbia and it was completed in 1989. It was developed by Prentiss Company and […]

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