Carnegie Hill Residence   Fundamental was hired by a couple - a surgeon and an ethnomusicologist - to gut renovate a Carnegie Hill co-op apartment on Fifth Avenue. Formerly the servant’s quarters to a larger Central Park-facing front apartment, the unit, with southern, eastern, and northern exposures, had been converted to a dark two bedroom guest apartment with a small living and dining space and a small non-functional kitchen.
       
     
  Fort Greene Townhouse     A young, growing family purchased a historic 1850s Brooklyn townhouse in a rapidly changing section of the Fort Greene neighborhood to become the new home for their growing family. The house had suffered years of neglect and poorly executed renovations and additions in the past so it quickly became apparent that the
       
     
  Jackson Heights Residence   Fundamental was engaged to modernize a dated kitchen in a large prewar co-op apartment in a residential section of the Jackson Heights section of Queens.
       
     
  Forsyth County Central Library     In 2010, the voters of Forsyth County overwhelmingly passed a bond referendum to fund the building of a new flagship library for downtown Winston-Salem. Glenn Fulk offered up a proposal to merge the library and a center city park project siting them at the very heart of downtown on taxpayer-owned properties. The concept envisioned the library + park project as a new community commons for the 21st century.
       
     
  Harlem Law Library     Prior to launching Fundamental, Glenn Fulk AIA partnered with an old friend from graduate school, Daniel Holguin, in the firm *Multiplicities. While collaborating, they worked pro bono for the Charitable Friends of the Community Law Library of Harlem to give vision to their dream of establishing a law library in the Manhattan neighborhood of Harlem.