DIAP has a thorough understanding of living spaces, and a long resume of well-received residential buildings. From high-density condominium buildings to affordable housing projects, DIAP takes a specialized approach to residential architecture. DIAP carefully considers client and users needs, the site, the surrounding areas, and the designs' economic model. This process results in individualized, site-specific building designs integrated within their environments. The key to the success of these buildings lies in building and unit plans and attractive and enduring elevations. DIAP also pays close attention to common areas, green outdoor spaces, pleasant indoor access ways, and special features that will ultimately enhance the quality of life.
High density developments are generally over eight stories in height and can accommodate single-use or mixed-use occupancies.
Medium and low density projects are generally under five stories in height and located in suburban environments, towns, small downtowns and less intensely built neighborhoods.
Affordable housing projects, a high demand occupancy type, may be delivered by both non profit and for profit development companies.