Located in the historic city center, the project continues the trend of urban lifestyle in Pensacola, combining the quality of dense urban development – townhouses with traditional American homes. On the one hand, this combination gives rise to a local community, on the other hand, it ensures privacy and individual character of each family.
The diagonal positioning of the block is a compromise between the density and a number of criteria that included the need to create various open spaces, privacy, visual connections, and the need to protect the houses from excessive sunlight. The project reacts to the neighborhood with a busy street and intersections, forming a striking urban silhouette with a number of public functions on the ground floor. Another important part of the project, as a component of the interaction between future residents of the block, is a vacant space, the purpose of which will be determined collectively by the residents themselves.
The open-air parking lot has a feeling of an integrated space that conveys responsibility and safety.