Monthly Archives: April 2015

Celadon at 9th & Broadway celebrates Grand Opening!

Studio E Architects is pleased to announce the completion of Celadon, opening this Friday, May 1. Designed by Studio E, Celadon is an innovative model of high-rise affordable housing, offering a distinctive fusion of ultra-energy efficiency, award-winning aesthetics, and expansive … Continue reading

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Construction is Underway for Building 271!

Construction is progressing for High Tech High Building 271 in Point Loma at Liberty Station!  High Tech High Building 271 is a proposed elementary school on the site of an existing former military athletic facility located at the corner Cushing Road … Continue reading

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School is in session at High Tech Elementary North County

Studio E Architects is excited to share with you the completed High Tech Elementary North County.  Construction began in January of 2013, and its completion in time for school in Fall 2014 also marks completion of the master plan for the entire … Continue reading

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Studio E Architects unveils Mesa Commons Apartments

Studio E Architects is happy to announce that construction on Mesa Commons – our 78-unit affordable family housing project in San Diego’s College Area community – is now complete! Featuring a mix of two- and three-story buildings on El Cajon … Continue reading

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Doing the Right Thing – Studio E Architects Sponsors Student Designer in Humanitarian Project.

    We are excited to share with you the powerful work of our sponsored student designer, Jessica Kuhlman.  Jessica is a 5th year architecture student at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo who is partnering with Journeyman International … Continue reading

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