St. John Towers
QA+M Architecture has been selected for the renovation of St. John Towers in downtown Stamford. The project includes the complete rehabilitation of two 17-story silo-like apartment towers with 120 units of residential housing in each tower. The buildings were built in 1969 and are occupied.

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The project is currently in the programming phase, with various design solutions under consideration. One option includes a curtain wall system with glass and perforated metal panels, which will create visual interest and add a playful sense of depth to the tower façades. In addition to offering a lively sculptural impact, the curtain wall system would be implemented to control the buildings’ solar gain, maximizing natural solar heat to reduce utility costs.

The project addresses the towers’ building systems, including major upgrades to mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, as well as accessibility, interior finishes, sustainability, exterior appearance and functionality.

CLIENT

LOCATION

Stamford, Connecticut

YEAR COMPLETED

In progress

SIZE

SF

COST

$TBD

QA+M Architecture is a full-service architectural firm that provides programming, planning and interior design for clients in commercial, community, education, healthcare, historical, housing, and recreational/athletic markets. Staffed by 34 dedicated professionals, including 16 licensed architects, QA+M has grown to be the 4th largest architectural firm in the Greater Hartford area.

ADDRESS

195 Scott Swamp Rd, Farmington, CT 06032

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