1. Maintaining the Second Floor’s operation and function of the City of Hudson Council Chamber and administrative offices, the First Floor of Hudson’s historic 1879 Town Hall was renovated into three specific spaces, each with their own distinct purpose and use: an enhanced Public Lobby with new public restrooms, circulation and access; Destination Hudson Visitor Center […]

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  2. The Cuyahoga Valley National Park wants to open its first full-service visitor center to help the millions of park visitors, especially those from other states and countries, find their way around the popular destination and the entire region. The effort is being driven by a nearly $6 million fundraising campaign by the Conservancy for Cuyahoga […]

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  3. Hudson — St. Mary Church has a new entrance designed by Peninsula Architects, complete with new doors with bronze bas-relief panels created by artist Eugene Daub. The new entrance at St. Mary Catholic Church, 340 N. Main St., was blessed June 21 by Father Ed Kordas before the 11:30 a.m. Mass. “The artistic value is […]

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  4. A unique opportunity presented itself to Peninsula for an interior build-out of a client’s new residence in an eclectic city near downtown Amsterdam. While the project presented many challenges due to scale, the condition of the existing space, and an obvious disconnect from the site, Peninsula Architects was able to provide a design with hopes of distinguishing […]

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  5. On May 21, 2015, Summit Metro Parks opened the new Liberty Park Nature Center at 9999 Liberty Road, Twinsburg, Ohio. Designed by Peninsula Architects, the 3,900 square foot facility includes a picnic shelter designed to resemble an old barn, an outdoor amphitheater, and a campfire area with an “uncomfortable couch” made of sandstone.

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  6. Metroparks Serving Summit County Field Office, Akron, Ohio

    A renovation on a simple ranch home in Akron is putting Ohio in the environmental limelight. Peninsula Architects’ design for a Metro Parks, Serving Summit County Ranger and Natural Resource Management building has been identified as a national leader in energy efficiency, water recycling and reduced carbon footprint and has been awarded Northern Ohio’s first Platinum Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.

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