Scohettas Architects has set its sights on the next big thing with its newest design, the Kitchenaid.
The project is a collaboration between Scohettalas Architects and S.A.O.
P Architects, who were inspired by Scohettae Architects’ latest concept, the Waverly House.
The Kitchenaid is the first architectural project from Scohettasia Architects, which is based in the US and Europe.
It is the result of collaboration between the two architects and their partner S.
Arteo and the local architecture studio, Scohettabear Architects.
Scohetta is a design and construction studio based in Chicago and the US, where its mission is to develop, produce and market high quality, sustainable, and environmentally-friendly solutions.
The company has a team of designers, landscape architects, structural engineers, and building consultants working on the project.
“The concept of the kitchenaid was born out of my desire to create a design that is accessible to the public, yet accessible to a variety of people,” Scohettakas architect, Mike Scohett, said.
“This kitchenaid is an architectural collaboration between a team from the Scohettaproperties, Scockabear, and S&P Architects.
This was a project that we wanted to make happen.”
The kitchenaid, which will be completed in the spring, is designed for urban environments and is a concept for an architectural landscape.
Scohettaworks team included architect Peter Schreiner, structural engineer Brian Schreiber, landscape architect Mike Scolezier, landscape architecture consultant and Sotheby’s International Realty’s Urban Designer John Voss.
The concept was inspired by the Scochaka House concept.
Scocha has been designing and building structures in the United States for more than 25 years.
O.PP Architects are based in San Francisco and New York, and the firm specializes in residential architecture, including townhouses, townhomes, townhouses with loft apartments and studios, and townhubs.
Scheduled to be completed this summer, the project will feature the Scocho House and other elements, such as the ScoCHA House, a large courtyard that will include open air seating, a central plaza, and a large glass roof.
The project will also feature a large open kitchen and a dining room.
“We want to bring this concept of design and design with a public space to the area that’s unique to Scohettaras, the ScoChas, and this neighborhood, and to create something that people want to see and experience,” Scochanas Architect, Michael Scohett said.
Sochettas will be located at 4303 S.W. 2nd St., Chicago, Illinois 60604, with the ScoCHA House to be located on the site.
The ScoCHE House will be on the corner of S. 1st St. and Sutter St. in Chicago.
Snohettas also has offices in New York and Los Angeles.
Socohettas is based at 816 South Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60618, and is available for tours.SOChettas’ current projects include the ScoCHO House and the Sco Chabear House.
Socahetta also designs the ScoTECH House, an open plan, high performance, sustainable building designed by Scocha Architects that is now under construction at a nearby building.
The site is at 565 S. Sutter Street, Chicago.