McKinnon and Harris NY Wins AIA Virginia Award

The Virginia AIA recognized our McKinnon and Harris NY Flagship with an Award of Merit in the 2020 Interiors category. “Through embracing the company’s all-white branding, the designers created a very pleasing space, bringing focus to the products in this retail environment. The stair and railing are very nice, as is the detailing. “It’s just beautifully put together,” the jury said. Read more about the 2020 Awards and our fellow honorees. See more photos of the project in our Portfolio.

59th St Showroom: Construction Update

Construction is moving along on our 4,000 SF retail project in the Designer and Decorators Building on E 59th St and 3rd Ave. The design features nearly 60′ of uplit barrel vaults along the main axis of the showroom. We stopped by yesterday to inspect the CNC milled templates that form the shape of the framing. 

Jackson Modern wins Golden Hammer Award

Last week, Historic Richmond and the Storefront for Community Design announced the 2017 Golden Hammer Award winners. The jury selected 8 projects out of 48 submissions in the Richmond area. We are thrilled that our Jackson Modern project received an award for Best Adaptive Reuse. Check out the full list of 2017 winners below. Also, students from MoB did and amazing job designing this year’s awards. Check out the photos below. 2017 Golden Hammer Award Winners: Best Adaptive Reuse Small- Jackson Modern Large- Saunders Station Best New Construction Small – Maggie Walker Community Land Trust, First Home Large – Varina Area Library Best Placemaking …

Scott’s Addition Project in Richmond BizSense

We’re excited to see one of our newest projects in Scott’s Addition featured in Richmond BizSense today! We’re working with SpyRock Real Estate to redevelop a 36,000 square foot warehouse currently used by the furniture manufacturer McKinnon and Harris for commercial use. Since the building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, our design balances careful consideration for the historic fabric of the building and neighborhood with the functional needs for a change of use.  Working closely with the Virginia Department of Historic Resources and National Park Service, we adding new window openings and other amenities for the future tenants …