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608, 2019

An Etch Above the Rest

By |August 6th, 2019|Categories: Architecture & Design, Blog, Building & Development, Building Materials, Doors & Windows, Feature, People, We Had To Share|Tags: , , |

At Nashville’s Class Glass, the art of sandblasting and etching takes on hew heightsBy Olivia McClureKaren Martin knew how to turn her design dream into a reality — and with her company, Class Glass, she helps other people do the same.Hailing from the Northeast, Martin lived out West for ten years, where she worked in America’s national parks system. After

508, 2019

Perfect Placement

By |August 5th, 2019|Categories: Annual Print, Architecture & Design, Blog, Building & Development, Current Issue, Feature, People, We Had To Share|Tags: , |

Architect Wade Weissmann draws from past for future projectsBy Hollie DeesePhotography by Doug Edmunds and David BaderArchitect Wade Weissmann became enamored of buildings and their place in the world as a child when his parents bought a hobby farm with another family in Door County, Wisconsin. He was just shy of 7, and from that moment on his weekends were

3007, 2019

A Toast to Mom

By |July 30th, 2019|Categories: Annual Print, Architecture & Design, Blog, Building & Development, Current Issue, Downtown Living, Feature, People, We Had To Share|Tags: , , , , , |

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.

2207, 2019

Ranch Redo

By |July 22nd, 2019|Categories: Annual Print, Architecture & Design, Blog, Building & Development, Current Issue, Feature, Mid Century Modern, People, We Had To Share|Tags: , , , |

EOA architect transforms a midcentury mainstay into a modern masterpiece By Hollie Deese Photography by Reeves Smith and Julia Steele Not everyone can look at a ranch house and see how such an innocuous shape could be transformed into something magnificent, but then again, not everyone is an architect. So when EOA Architects partner Michael Murdock and his wife,

1204, 2019

A Collected Life

By |April 12th, 2019|Categories: Architecture, Building & Development, Downtown Living, Feature, Hospitality, News Stories, People, We Had To Share|Tags: , , , , , |

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

804, 2019

Livable Lakefront Luxury

By |April 8th, 2019|Categories: Annual Print, Building & Development, Current Issue, Feature, People, We Had To Share|Tags: , , , , , |

A life worth living — and leaving on the fly — on Old Hickory Lake in Gallatin By Hollie Deese Photography by William DeShazer and Shawn Cordon Lakefront property is a hot commodity in Middle Tennessee. So is luxurious condo living. At Revery Point condos, in the Foxland Harbor golf community in Gallatin, homeowners can have both. “We wanted

1303, 2019

Future Farmhouses

By |March 13th, 2019|Categories: Annual Print, Architecture & Design, Blog, Building & Development, Current Issue, Feature, News, News Stories, People|Tags: , , , , , |

New neighborhood brings large lots minutes from downtown Franklin Renderings by Ben Johnson As land to develop keeps getting harder and harder to come by, a new boutique neighborhood near downtown Franklin was announced by Carbine & Associates at the end of 2018, with construction to begin immediately. Home prices will begin in the $800,000s. With 16 acres of

403, 2019

Designer uses psychology, science to lay out hospitals

By |March 4th, 2019|Categories: Architecture & Design, Blog, Building & Development, Feature, Hospitality, News, People, We Had To Share|Tags: , , , |

By Elliott Wenzler When most people show up to the hospital, the last thing on their mind is how the subtle angles, colors, lights and fabrics are affecting their mental state. But for Rebecca Donner, healthcare facilities are a canvas meant for just that. The patterns, textures and colors that Donner and her team at Inner Design Studio select

1902, 2019

Above the Clouds

By |February 19th, 2019|Categories: Annual Print, Architecture & Design, Blog, Building & Development, Current Issue, Feature, People, We Had To Share|Tags: , , , , |

High-rise living at 505 just right for many Nashvillians Story by Hollie Deese Photography by Sanford Myers It wasn’t very long ago that the ability to live 40 floors up in Nashville was even an option. But in 2019 it’s here, it’s accessible and it’s attracting every kind of homeowner Middle Tennessee has to offer. Here we get to know three different people,

1802, 2019

A Dream Realized

By |February 18th, 2019|Categories: Architecture & Design, Blog, Building & Development, Feature, News, People|Tags: , , |

Tony Giarratana imagined a walkable downtown. Then he made it happen. Story by Hollie Deese When people talk about the “new Nashville,” nowhere is that more physically evident than at 505 – the tallest residential building in the state, right in the heart of downtown. Of course those who are actually new to the new Nashville might not know how