Once this was a start of the art, whiz bang amazing piece of hardware, aquired for thousands of dollars, helping create a great many cool visuals and copies … but gradually it lost it’s luster, until finally it was just a giant beast, weighing hundreds of pounds, awaiting some new fate or adventure. Today – thanks to craigs list- the beast found a new place to lurk. I helped it along … grunting along with the new
owner to push it up a ramp onto a trailer. Bye bye beast!
Hi Mike, We are excited to be very nearly done with all projects. I will send a couple of pictures in a separate email but since Frank and crew just finished last week and we are just now starting to move into the space, it doesn’t look its House Beautiful best yet. We are very pleased with the space, your design, and how everything looks. … And it came in on budget.
Thanks to both you and Dane for everything you did for us, we really appreciate the responsiveness from you both at crunch times. We can’t believe it’s over a year since we moved into this house and that we are finally more less done with it. I’ll send a few more pictures when we get the furniture moved in and curtains up. Thanks again,
…. I was very pleased to work with Joe Montalvo and his team of tradesmen. I credit him with the way costs were contained; they ended up being very close to the estimates and allowances we assembled last July. There were surprises and complications along the way of course, but we worked together to solve problems. There is one more inspection and Joe won’t call for it until fans are installed in the crawlspace as specified. The cost of the project came out to be very close to your estimate of nearly a year ago, when initial discussions were leading up to actual drawings and specifications.
The remodel has improved the look of the house immensely. The reconfigured interior space is great, and we really like the Velux skylights you recommended. I will soon have new furniture and then the space can begin to feel like home again. The patio is especially terrific. Reorienting it along the long axis of the house, under the new trusses has made a huge difference in function and appearance.
Many thanks for getting us to this point. The house is a better fit now, and we should have many good years to enjoy it.
The PASS program – developed by MFMalinowski and others – is mentioned on Pg. 47 3Q-2018-DesignIntelligence-Quarterly_sm.pdf
Very pleased to see the continued growth of the AIA Member Value program that I launched during my term as AIACC President Michael F. Malinowski FAIA aiacc-member-value-program-tabloid.pdf
This is a tough project . but progress forward is starting to be more evident
A whole house remodel and expansion in Davis just completed . a happy customer, a new look, much more space including a family room and ground floor master suite, better flow, same great neighborhood and neighbors. Sweet! Michael F. Malinowski FAIA President, Applied Architecture Inc
Hi Mike, Time flies quickly but just wanted to send a photo of he house and invite you to stop by any time to see the finished product. We are very pleased with how it turned out! Stephanie
Another very challenging project that teams Applied Architecture with CFY development for historic adaptive reuse affordable housing / mixed use in a prime downtown location. National Register listed property of very high historic importance, with tremendous intact character.
This project is still a personal favorite; it was a remodel of a pitched roof home actually but the final design has no visible compromise to pre-project conditions. Of course in reality working with pre-project conditions were a major driver to keeping project on budget. Michael F. Malinowski FAIA President, Applied Architecture Inc
Our City and urban areas everywhere suffered a great loss when Ali Youssefi passed away. At only 35, Ali was already shaping our urban landscape in profound ways, and his influence will resonate for decades. Michael F. Malinowski FAIA President, Applied Architecture Inc President Streamline Institute Inc 2016 AIA California President 2012-2014 AIA National Director 2008 President AIA Central Valley 2007 Chair Sacramento Development Oversight Commission 2550 X Street Sacramento CA 95818 Corner of 26th and X 916 456 2656 voice 916 456 1050 fax
Q Arts Lofts along the R Street Corridor receives a few design updates. An additional story was added along with some updates to the side and rear elevations
A bungalow in Elmhurst is to be lifted and receive a new story at the ground level.
We have had the honor of working with Ali Youssefi on many urban infill projects … what a tragedy that he is gone so early in his career!
Always nice to get a pat on the back . Michael F. Malinowski FAIA
The QArts will be a major addition to the work of Applied Architecture, leveraging the firm’s nearby Warehouse Artist Lofts, R Street Public Market, Amaro, Bottle and Barlow and more. Applied Architecture has been one of the most active firms in laying the foundation for R Street’s lively mix of edgy loft housing, art and design, restaurant, entertainment and retail.
Before and after photos of Kitchen, Bathroom and Wet Bar.
MFMalinowski FAIA joins panel sharing pain points in the techhome landscape
A wonderful celebration of a great project outcome, hosted by the homeowners Wes and Rhonda Herman with invites extended to Architect Michael Malinowski, FAIA, Contractor George Henley and their entire crew and support subcontractors! Fantastic BBQ in a spectacular setting.
Applied Architecture is excited to see successful completion of our designs for the new homes on Nicasio Lane. This neo-craftsman courtyard was developed by Tom Vilhauer, a block from our offices on 27th Street just off Broadway. Michael F. Malinowski FAIA President, Applied Architecture Inc President Streamline Institute Inc Contributing Editor California Buildings News 2016 AIA California President 2012-2014 AIA National Director 2008 President AIA Central Valley 2007 Chair Sacramento Development Oversight Commission 2550 X Street Sacramento CA 95818 Corner of 26th and X 916 456 2656 voice 916 456 1050 fax
Renderings of an East Sac home that received a garage and master suite addition as well as an update to the exterior.
Getting to Yes: use of the AMMR process FRA-636_MID-ATLANTIC_WSF_DirMail_Aug2017-H_WEB.PDF
Renderings of the proposed addition to this midtown bungalo and a new accessory structure to match it.
Grand opening of the Midtown Business Assn’s cool new space, designed by Applied Architecture of course!
Applied Architecture Inc and Michael F. Malinowski FAIA: Architect for historic adaptive reuse of the National Register listed heritage property Bel-Vue in downtown Sacramento.
Applied Architecture is bringing a classic design sensibility to the interior of the Historic Bel-Vue. Tenants are going to be able to enjoy a prime downtown location, just a block from the arena and all the nightlife restaurants and action . and balance that with a thoughtful conversation or serenely quiet read in the well appointed lobby which brings back the historic crown molding and double height ceilings.
The latest adventure that capitalizes on the unique skills of Applied Architecture and CFY Development: bringing the long abandoned Bel-Vue back to Life! This National Register listed historic treasure will once again be a thriving place to live, dine and contribute to the lively Downtown Sacramento scene! In Permit Processing now with construction to launch this Summer.
Michael F Malinowski FAIA of Applied Architecture was pleased to be a foundational member of the design team for the upcoming Boulevard Retail project at Fair Oaks and Howe. This infill site being developed by Petrovich Inc is the highest visibility intersection in the region. The project was designed to be ‘one of a kind’ from the ground, with Applied Architecture crafting the nuanced details of the developer’s selected ‘Tuscan’ theme.
We were proud and humbled to find that Our ‘Globe Mill’ Project was selected to be on the program cover for the AIA Central Valley’s Chapter’s upcoming 75th Year Celebration. Michael F. Malinowski FAIA President, Applied Architecture Inc AIA2017_Cover_FinalProof.pdf
Design options for the interior of an historic structure in downtown Sacramento!
2017 04 02 MFM leads Emerging Professionals on a discovery tour of the warehouse artist lofts Michael F. Malinowski FAIA President, Applied Architecture Inc President Streamline Institute Inc Contributing Editor California Buildings News 2016 AIA California President 2012-2014 AIA National Director 2008 President AIA Central Valley 2007 Chair Sacramento Development Oversight Commission 2550 X Street Sacramento CA 95818 Corner of 26th and X 916 456 2656 voice 916 456 1050 fax
Turns out you can teach an old dog new tricks! Renderings of the proposed addition and exterior makeover give new life to this existing home.
Michael Malinowski FAIA covered the “Architect perspective” as part of a panel of experts who examined the present and future impacts of Technology in Homes across California and the United States. He pointed out that contractors, integrators, and design professionals have a lot of work to do to get ready for 100% Net Zero Energy by 2020 as mandated in California law. Better communication is the place to start. Long Beach Convention Center, March 8th
Telling the story: marry buildings with technology