Who knows … this might be the first governmentally approved building in the U.S. made almost entirely of timber pallets. Designed by Wes Janz, Tayler Mikosz, Ashley VanMeter, and Paul Puzzello, this Indianapolis-based project is currently under review by city and county officials and there appears to be no major issues with giving permission and issuing building permits.
(Consulting designer: Andrea Swartz. Consulting structural engineers: Steve Kessinger and Scott Szentes of Silver Creek Engineering. Builder: Randy King Construction.)
The garage is part of a larger project: the renovation of an existing house and the construction of a new house at 7140 Westfield Boulevard, Indianapolis, Indiana. We will “break ground” in July and anticipate move-in sometime in the spring, 2012. Architect and General Contractor: Paul Puzzello of PUZZELLO Architecture & Construction.
Full Scale Mock Up
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Full Scale Mock Up Lighting Study
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