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Dentistry for Children

KG+D collaborated with Planet Smile Partners/Dentistry for Children to transform the empty building that formerly housed the Elephant’s Trunk clothing store on East Main Street in Mount Kisco into a pediatric dentist’s office. The ground floor consists of a lobby and reception area and a space where children in the waiting room can play. Exam rooms are on the second floor and a lounge, office space, a conference room, storage, and mechanicals are on the third level.

Barile Gallagher Associates

KG+D collaborated with BGA on the adaptive reuse of a former Pizza Hut into a multi-use facility that includes office space on the second floor and a restaurant space, Southern Table, on the first floor. The office space includes open floor plan, conference rooms, kitchen and lounge space and balcony seating. The building also utilizes super-insulated envelope, large north-facing windows for daylighting and views, LED lighting, radiant floors, high-efficiency VRF HVAC, and a single sloped south facing roof with a solar array.

Nice-Pak Inc. Corporate Headquarters

The goal of the Nice-Pak project was to modernize their corporate headquarters and to translate their innovative approach for manufacturing into the built environment by maximizing natural light, highlighting sustainability and health, and seeking ways to marry their brand and mission within their office space. The project scope renovated key spaces in a contemporary, sophisticated way that created a visually compelling and comfortable work environment for Nice-Pak’s employees and visitors.

Capalongo Medical Building

This project originated with an existing Victorian house in poor repair which the owners sought to restore, expand and renovate for adaptive reuse as professional dental and medical offices. In order to meet the owner’s goal of designing an open floor plan with large amounts of natural light while maintaining the residential feel of the surrounding neighborhood, KG+D designed a modern, two-story building addition that is minimally visible from the front approach. At the intersection between new and old, a clear visual separation was created between old and new with materials such as zinc-coated copper metal panels and full-height wood mullion framed windows.