Category Archive: landscape architecture

B+D8: Ardent Craft Ales

We offer you this image of the finely crafted, sensitively detailed, historically appreciative interior of Ardent Craft Ale‘s tasting room in case you’ve never noticed it due to its ever-present, near-capacity occupancy. Join us… Continue reading

B+D7: Burt Pinnock

  Baskervill’s Burt Pinnock’s design path in Richmond pursues regional identity. As the leader of the firm’s Community Studio, Burt works closely with team members on projects like the Richmond Slave Trail, The Black… Continue reading

Pete O’Shea + Siteworks

  Pete O’Shea + Siteworks projects range from yards to campuses. Chances are, you’ve found one of their spaces in your Central Virginia travels and took note. We look forward to learning more… Continue reading

Nelly Kate + Enric Miralles?

  How often have you read a quote from a non-Frank Lloyd Wright architect on an artist/musician’s website? How about the great land/arch/time imaginings of Enric Miralles?  Nelly Kate brings cross-genre creativity to… Continue reading

Peter O’Shea + Manassas Park Elementary

  Look! Look! Down in the earth! It’s a retention pond, it’s an amphitheater, it’s an inviting study space! That’s no neglected forgotten pond with boulder cover and a cattail or two, it’s… Continue reading

Pete O’Shea + Siteworks

You may have already defaced one of Siteworks‘ Pete O’Shea’s most visible pieces, the Community Chalkboard and Podium. The Monument to Free Expression, done in collaboration with Rob Winstead, begs for your input.… Continue reading

Beer+Design 3: Get Outta Here

Make plans to attend our next installment – B+D3: Get Outta Here.  This will mark our third outing, and we are pleased to rebottle it under the Beer+Design label.  Stay tuned here and… Continue reading