6 02, 2020

Designer Spotlight: Kelly Lord Designs

2020-02-06T05:33:19-07:00

By Hollie Deese Photography by Reeves Smith Kelly Lord has an eye for creating the right combination of space, color and flow — a result of her education, design experience and innate sense of what works for someone’s lifestyle. A graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design, she stayed in Atlanta for a few years working under two

Designer Spotlight: Kelly Lord Designs2020-02-06T05:33:19-07:00
4 02, 2020

Building A Dream

2020-02-04T09:09:03-07:00

Pritchett & Co. offer homeowners one-stop shop, sell, build and design services Story by Hollie Deese Photography by Reeves Smith JD Pritchett grew up in Franklin, moving to the area as a little boy. His father and grandfather were both builders, but while home renovation is in his blood he was drawn more to the sales and management side

Building A Dream2020-02-04T09:09:03-07:00
30 07, 2019

A Toast to Mom

2019-07-30T06:18:28-07:00

An exclusive amenity pays homage to a developer’s mother By Hollie Deese Photos by Shocase Photography When developer Tony Giarratana first conceptualized the wine cellar space at his luxury downtown condo building, it was sleek and modern with a standing table down the middle. And it wasn’t right at all for a room meant to honor his mother, Carmen.

A Toast to Mom2019-07-30T06:18:28-07:00
31 05, 2019

Fountains to be added to Musica sculpture

2019-05-31T12:46:15-07:00

Campaign underway for Boudleaux & Felice Bryant Fountains of Musica This week The Fountains of Musica Foundation announced the naming of the iconic Music Row sculpture, a community-wide fundraising campaign launch and construction plans for the three-fountain, Music Row project. The inclusive campaign engages community-wide support to complete the projected $12 million project, which will provide an official entry to historic

Fountains to be added to Musica sculpture2019-05-31T12:46:15-07:00
12 04, 2019

A Collected Life

2019-04-12T04:10:27-07:00

Couple embrace the finer aspects of downtown living By Hollie Deese Photography by Reeves Smith When an architect falls in love with a building — even when it isn’t theirs — they have a tendency to get ideas and make plans. Usually they don’t get an opportunity to make those plans happen. But sometimes they do. Ron Gobbell had

A Collected Life2019-04-12T04:10:27-07:00