urbanorder architecture is a design firm dedicated to reviving, reusing and rethinking architecture. Services include new home design, renovations, additions, historic reuse consultation and construction management.
This is one of our projects under construction in Pennsylvania. We are removing a 2-story side porch that wasn't very functional and creating a mudroom on the first floor and a new master bath on the second floor. We are keeping the original roof (hence the supports). The exterior walls will be 'paneled' to give it a porch aesthetic and provide a nice contrast to the brick house. ... See MoreSee Less
A couple pictures from one of our projects under construction - a new home in the Short North. The metal roof is just being installed. The room above the porch is the master suite and was designed with lots of windows to feel like a sleeping porch. Insulation and drywall starting in the next couple of weeks. ... See MoreSee Less
urbanorder was excited to be at the groundbreaking today for our new project of 38 apartments in the historic east side. Architect Steve Hurtt (third from left), 'turning the dirt' with Andrew Ginther, Isabel Toth and Dr David Harrison (Columbus State Community College President). ... See MoreSee Less
urbanorder has 5 houses included in this years's tour - featuring past and current work. Included is a house under construction at 282 E Third so you can get a 'before' glimpse now and then see the finished house next year (complete with pool and indoor/outdoor living room). Enjoy the tour! ... See MoreSee Less
The Short North Tour of Homes & Gardens
Preview Tour 4:30 - 7pm & Party 6:30 - 9:00 pm at the Pizzuti Collection
Tickets - tickets.shortnorthcivic.org
The Short North Tour of Homes & Gardens is an opportunity to celebrate history, art and design. It is the Short North Civic Association's largest event of the year, and a great way to spend an afternoon and evening in one of Columbus' best neighborhoods. Please join us for this special evening!
“The building looks hip and urban, as if it had been plucked from the warehouse districts of New York or Chicago. Its prominent sawtooth roof and large windows blend with other industrial buildings on the same street. The massive wood ceiling and open staircase lend light and spaciousness to the whole design.”
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urban order architecture
797 Summit Street Columbus, Ohio 43215