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
From our Client today: Hello Dream Team!! We did it! We’re in the final stretch and Ronda, the kids and I couldn’t be any happier! We absolutely love our “old-new” Home! More to come of course once we’re all settled in and the final paint, staining and asphalt gets poured. Thank you all so much for your hard work, dedication and passion in making our ‘Oasis’ come to life! It wouldn’t have been the same or nearly as great without each of your professional and experienced input! (And I hope you’ve each already received several calls from those we’ve referred to you… the best compliment that can be given!) Wes, Ronda, Cole & Taylor
Humbled and grateful for recognition from my peers in being elevated to AIA Fellowship Malinowski-fellowship-letter.pdf