M/Y Architects International
Alan Yeaton, AIA, principal and owner of M/Y Architects International, leads the design, assessment, administration, budgeting, land planning and construction coordination.
Alan's 38 years of architectural experience covers a wide range of building structures from new construction design, to adaptive reuse and historic renovation.
Steven McHenry, principal and owner of M/Y Architects International, leads the designs of renovations and adaptive reuse of historic structures, commercial buildings, medical, educational, and residential projects.
Steven is an experienced architect of 30 years and a member of the American Institute of Architects in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts.
"Our approach embraces green design
by creating environmental, economic, health and community benefits through the consideration of sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.
Our objective is to maintain the principles of sustainable design throughout the design process and beyond."
Alan Yeaton and Steven McHenry led the team of M/Y Architects International overseas to Gabon, Africa.
Projects include a mixed use building for M. Doumba, Agencies N1,
Madame Alba Biffot Residence,
a high rise building,
and commercial building for Solimar.
This concept design for a sustainable mixed use building includes a retail bakery and production area, restaurant with elevated street side terrace, retail space opening into an urban vegetative garden cover- shading the rear parking area, plus, upper level offices and a residential penthouse.
MIXED USE BUILDING
M. DOUMBA, LIBREVILLE
Gabon High Rise
This is a preliminary design concept for a proposed mixed-use building in Libreville, Gabon, Africa. We have considered the building to comprise of two components: a two story structure built over an existing one story building, followed by the demolition of the one story building to be rebuilt with new construction to match the building above. We have planned a parking level below the building. The building is to be completed to USA standards and therefore, the design should place a high value on environmentally responsible principles, materials and overall building design and performance
Gabon High Rise