Tau Kappa Epsilon: ISU, Ames

Rendering, Tau Kappa Epsilon, ISU, Ames

In 2014 Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) embarked on a journey. It was led by former TKE fraternity member (and current alumni) Roger Underwood. The goal was to make Greek Living accommodations more attractive, using flexible study/sleep rooms. TKE hired Accord to help determine what could be done, what it would look like, and what it […]

Gamma Phi Beta: ISU, Ames (Concept Work)

Exterior Rendering, Gamma Phi Beta, ISU, Ames

Accord’s conceptual design for the early 1900s Gamma Phi Beta house at 318 Pearson Avenue in Ames, IA includes renovation at each floor and a small addition to the back of the building. The primary focus was improvement of student study/sleeping rooms and the House Director’s apartment. The kitchen, with flow through the dining area […]

Sigma Phi Epsilon: ISU, Ames

Sigma Phi Epsilon, ISU, Ames

Iowa Beta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity hired Accord Architecture to determine feasibility and design a renovation and addition(s). Their house at Iowa State University in Ames was built in the early 1900s. Accord’s design includes new, more expansive study rooms, a new patient sleeping wing (dormitory), renovation of the house-mother apartment, updated finishes, […]