Bath Addition and Renovation, West Windsor, NJ

Architect: Brian Viehland, Design on the Square
Owner: Private Residence
Location: West Windsor, NJ
Status: Under Construction
General Contractor: Alan Schuster Carpentry

This project involves the demolition of an existing laundry room and full bath and construction of a new 131 sf addition.  The new addition and demolished area will house a new powder room, full bath, and laundry room as per the plans.

Restaurant Development Project

Architect: Brian Viehland, Design on the Square
Developer: Obsidian Development, LLC
Location: Northern New Jersey
Status: pre-development

Site PlanObsidian Development, LLC on the pre-development stages of a commercial development in northern New Jersey. The project calls for the development of a 7,000 square foot full service bar and restaurant with 50 on-site parking spaces. The site is strategically located within 7 miles of a major regional airport, in the immediate vicinity of hospitals, universities and a major pharmaceutical company, a population of nearly 500,000 within a 5 mile radius and on a heavily trafficked commercial corridor.

Local Tavern, Philadelphia International, FH17

Architect of Record: Brian Viehland, Design on the Square
Initial Concept Design: iCrave
Owner: OTG Management
Contractor: EP Guidi
Location: Philadelphia International Airport, Space FH17
Completed October 2013

“Local Tavern” is a new hospitality concept for the Philadelphia airport based on the feel of some of the city’s historic architecture combined in a contemporary way.

Strong arches backlit with led lighting feature excerpts from the Declaration of Independence behind the liquor displays. Wood slat ceilings with added beams give an historic look to the space while complimenting the slate walls and flooring. Soapstone counters and abundant use of copper accents also lend to the strong materiality of the space. The restaurant/bar seats 105 patrons and features 60 different beers on tap. That’s impressive for any bar, but even more so for an airport location!

Kitchen Renovation, FallsTownship, PA

Architect: Brian Viehland, Design on the Square
Owner: Private Residence
Location: Falls Township, NJ
Status: Under Construction

This project involves the demolition of a kitchen and dining area and construction of a new kitchen in their place. It also replaces the finishes of the new dining room area and adds a bay window as per the plans.

Kitchen Expansion, Private Residence, Hamilton NJ

Architect: Brian Viehland, Design on the Square
Location: Hamilton, NJ
Contractor: Lima Contracting

By reclaiming the space from an underutilized screened in porch, this home’s kitchen expanded, dramatically changing the way the owner’s use their home.  In addition to having additional counter space, a brand new island, and a wall of pantry cabinets, they were able to add a custom banquette and a built-in desk.

The house grew 7′ wider, so the exterior siding was redone to match the existing and the new windows were sized to approximate the original, making the addition appear seamless with the original construction.

Private Residence, New Hope, PA

Architect: Brian Viehland, Design on the Square
Owner: Private Residence
Location: Main Street, New Hope, PA
Contractor: Sparano Builders
Completed 2015

Renovations of the interior of a 1922 five bay center hall colonial home in the historic district of New Hope, PA are underway.  Drawings have been submitted, reviewed and approved for two large additions to the home by the Historic Review Board. The left side 2nd and 3rd floors addition is under construction while the permitting bodies review the right side 3-story addition.

re:vive, Philadelphia International, FH-21

Architect: Brian Viehland, Design on the Square
Owner: OTG Management
Contractor: E.P. Guidi Inc.
Location: Philadelphia International Airport, Space FH-21
Completed: March 2013

Re:vive fills the need for a stiff drink before or after your long flight.  The contemporary bright colors draw you in and the offerings keep you there.  This 2300 square foot space packs in an impressive amount of seating, service and equipment without feeling crowded.  In addition to a drink and a game on the TV, the bar features USB ports and power outlets at each seat to recharge your devices while you wait for your connecting flight.  It is currently the highest grossing location this client has in the airport.