5G Studio Collaborative

800 Jackson Street
Suite 500
Dallas, TX 75202

Phone: 214-670-0050
Website: www.5gstudio.com




Firm Description

5G Studio Collaborative, llc was founded May, 2005 to expand the parameters of design beyond traditional architectural practice. We are a dynamic, aggressive, vibrant and award winning architectural practice that has rapidly gained world-wide recognition and respect among local and international design peers. We are a firm that exhibits consistent innovation and freshness in our design approach. Further, we approach every development with the mindset of an owner and the know how of a builder. With this approach, we consistently provide our clients with a quality, more marketable product that is delivered on time and on budget. 5G is an international design practice with projects and pursuits in over 10 different countries throughout the world. Our talented group of professionals continues to be successful in winning large, high-profile commissions against some of the most notable firms in every region of the globe. With offices in Atlanta, Miami and Jakarta, Indonesia we are able to effectively reach a larger global network of Clients and Business Partners. 

Commercial, Hospitality, Healthcare, Multi-Family, Entertainment, Mixed-use, Office, Interiors

 



Services

Architecture, BIM, Building Permit/ Plan Review, Design, Interior Design, Master Planning, Programming, Project / Program Management, Site Analysis/ Site Evaluating and Planning, Sustainable Design


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Located in the center of the revitalized downtown Dallas, Omni Dallas Hotel is connected via sky bridge to the Dallas Convention Center and close to restaurants, shops, the Dallas Arts District and more. Local history and flavor is showcased throughout the hotel. Guest rooms, meeting space and restaurants all feature pieces from local Dallas artists. Stunning views of downtown can be enjoyed from the terrace pool deck and spacious fitness center. Omni Dallas Hotel is built to meet the U.S. Green Building Council LEED Gold Certification standards, placing it on the forefront of environmental awareness and conservation in the city.
Located in the center of the revitalized downtown Dallas, Omni Dallas Hotel is connected via sky bridge to the Dallas Convention Center and close to restaurants, shops, the Dallas Arts District and more. Local history and flavor is showcased throughout the hotel. Guest rooms, meeting space and restaurants all feature pieces from local Dallas artists. Stunning views of downtown can be enjoyed from the terrace pool deck and spacious fitness center. Omni Dallas Hotel is built to meet the U.S. Green Building Council LEED Gold Certification standards, placing it on the forefront of environmental awareness and conservation in the city.

Hotel/ Hospitality

Located in the center of the revitalized downtown Dallas, Omni Dallas Hotel is connected via sky bridge to the Dallas Convention Center and close to restaurants, shops, the Dallas Arts District and more. Local history and flavor is showcased throughout the hotel. Guest rooms, meeting space and restaurants all feature pieces from local Dallas artists. Stunning views of downtown can be enjoyed from the terrace pool deck and spacious fitness center. Omni Dallas Hotel is built to meet the U.S. Green Building Council LEED Gold Certification standards, placing it on the forefront of environmental awareness and conservation in the city.
The project is a conversion of a historic ca. 1911 warehouse and manufacturing facility which produced coffins.  The new design transforms the brick and concrete unoccupied structure to a 76 guest room boutique hotel in an area of Dallas known as the Cedars, a older part of the city undergoing vast renewal. The structures’ most prominent facades have historical significance. Original brick facades and wood windows are to be fully retained and restore and all new construction is contemporary in contrast.

Additions to the masonry structure are meant to be light in color, effect and weight.  The best example is the exterior elevator design to move guests from the drop off area adjacent to the lobby to the roof. It is a free standing tower which gently attaches to the historic structure. On the roof an expansive deck houses a bar and lounge and leads to a pool with a clear view of the city. Among other amenities in the hotel are a lobby level lounge, meeting spaces and a breakfast area. Each of these has access to an exterior patio along the most prominent street façade.
Frisco, Texas' newest 175-acre mixed-use development redefines upscale elegance in a contemporary, eclectic setting. This development is situated along Frisco's $5 Billion Mile, which has $5.4 billion of planned developments and investment from Warren Parkway to Lebanon Road. The prestigious Langham Hotel will serve as the "centerpiece" for the development positioned on Dallas North Tollway and Lebanon Road. The international hotel chain plans to operate a 250-room hotel in a 32-story high-rise that will also include residential units. A large pool deck is located on level four that is designated for the guests of the hotel. A music venue, pool bar, and meeting space are among the other amenities located on this level. Designed to accommodate the private residences of the building, (beginning on the 23rd level) the development features a condo lounge terrace and roof top pool that are accessible solely to the tenants. The compelling design of the podium creates a perception of movement as the linear elements disappear into the base of the podium. The exterior structure is mirrored on each side of the hotel and will feature integrated light components extending to the top of the tower. The entry of the hotel features a glass canopy suspended by a structural steel and cable system. And, across the street from the lobby there is a feature wall which screens the theaters service area. This wall will be clad in a basalt stone with a  flamed finish. At the vehicular entries the canted columns will be clad in a basalt stone with a honed finish. And, the soffit above these vehicular entries will be a polished white Techlam. The hotel and office canopies will be a series of fritted glass planes attached to a structural steel and cable system. And, the area above the hotel entry will be a water tight glass canopy to provide protection for the drop-off area of hotel guests.
The project is located in East Java, Indonesia, a mountain resort area, just roughly 30 minutes from Malang, the second biggest city in East Java. Holland Park Batu is designed on an 4.4 acres of land and has great views to the mountain and city center. The hotel and condotel are created with the concept: 'fruit garden and creek.' The program consists of 360 rooms, 4 stories, 15,000 square feet of convention/ ballroom, all-day dining, and meeting facilities that can accommodate up to 1500 people. Other amenities include a family lagoon pool, gym, spa, and cigar room.
The Allen Convention Center Hotel complex will be across the street from the prevalent Watters Creek shoppingand apartment development, which opened in 2007. The city of Allen and the Allen Economic Development Corp. are providing the 6.7-acre construction site for the hotel. Although the building is low-rise it spans a large amount of surface area for the convention center. The façade of the hotel portion of the building is clad with multiple materials and the fenestration shifts along the exterior. Spatially, the hotel portion and the convention center portion of the building are bridged by a glass volume that has a drop off attached to it with a ceremonial set of canted columns at the entry. With a warm wood soffit, the drop off effectively invites visitors to enter the building. The city, the economic development organization, and the Allen Community Development Corp. are contributing $12.3 million in capital to the project. The hotel will have 290 rooms, and the convention center will include 64,000 SF of meeting space.
Hayworth is a luxury multifamily project located on nearly 3.1 acres off of Wood Hollow Drive, between Woodway Drive and San Felipe Street in Houston, Texas. This energetic and attractive community consists of an 8-story apartment building and two separate 3-story townhome buildings on the same property. This property offers lush landscape, two courtyards, and pedestrian friendly connections to  the conveniently close retail and businesses. The apartment building includes an open garage on levels one and two, and partial basement with 407 spaces total. The townhomes include two spaces per unit located in private attached garages. Entry to the property features a waterfall element that is an extension of the zero-edge pool located on the amenity level. Additional public spaces included in the apartment building are leasing offices, lounge areas, fitness center, and an elevated courtyard and pool deck.
This mixed-use development sits within a bend of the Cisdane River in Tangerang City, just west of Jakarta, Indonesia.  The master plan features four, 18-story residential and hospitality towers, suspended 7 floors above the main pedestrian corridor.   The ground level plaza is bound by 2 floors of retail and entertainment and is cut by a weaving canal, which serves as a feature for the integrated water park.  Together, the forms and program elements combine to create a vibrant, self-contained river valley community.