B+D4: re:4m

  Gwen and Ben Murray’s re:4m design build, featured in R Home Magazine’s January/February 2013 edition, presents environmentally and internationally-Richmond informed projects, balanced by a few good British pints. Educated at VMI, Virginia… Continue reading

B+D4: Craig Dodson & Richmond Cycling Corps

Craig Dodson leads Richmond Cycling Corps – a non-profit whose goal is to get youth out of public housing projects. Lofty. How? The bicycle. Think broadly, think art, think mechanics, think long rides… Continue reading

B+D4: Starr Hill Brewery

  Happy Friday! Hope you are thirsty on May 15th – the generous folks at Starr Hill Brewery step up to provide libation for Beer+Design 4: Get In Here. Their also bringing the… Continue reading

B+D4: John Quale

What are they doing in there? John Quale heads UVA’s ecoMOD and ecoREMOD initiatives. Maybe you’ve swung a hammer with them. If not, think economy, ecology, modular, modern, regenerate, reframe. John recently published… Continue reading

B+D4: Tom Rodriguez

Tom Rodriguez of Rodriguez Guitars quietly employs materials formula one racers flaunt. His interest in classical and Flamenco guitars manifests itself in a limtied number of finely detailed and crafted built works each… Continue reading

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Wolf Ackerman

Hubba hubba. See more at Beer + Design 3: Get Outta Here. February 6th, hey that’s today! 5:30pm, Storefront for Community Design – 205 E. Broad Street.

Storefront for Community Design

Storefront For Community Design and BAM Architects’ Burt Pinnock and James River Park System’s Nathan Burrell work with others in another Storefront For Community Design project. Find out more from Giles Harnsberger, Storefront’s… Continue reading

Fred Wolf and Dave Ackerman

Wolf Ackerman. In their own words: Our approach to design is shaped by our belief that architecture celebrates function and has the power to elevate the spirit. Prepare yourself for a tectonic gift when… 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

What does Thom White see?

A shirtless fellow carrying his parcles up Hull Street, eagerly eyeing a pizza joint? A member of the 2011 Virginia Society of the American Institute of Architects Emerging Leaders in Architecture class, Thom White… 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

Giles Harnsberger + Storefront for Community Design

Mayor Dwight Jones gettin’ some design on at Storefront for Community Design.  Get yours on at Beer + Design 3: Get Outta Here, February 6th, 5:30pm at 205 E. Broad Street and learn… 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

Blue Mountain Brewery + Nelson 151

  Blue Mountain Brewery‘s sponsorship of Beer + Design 3: Get Outta Here shouldn’t be a surprise – these are an active group of folks!  They share Nelson County with the Blue Ridge… Continue reading

Wolf Ackerman’s Hughes addition

Fred Wolf and Dave Ackerman break the contextual constraints with honorable design decisions and thoughtfully integrated spaces. Hear more of their architectural meanderings at Beer + Design 3: Get Outta Here,  February 6th, about… Continue reading

Nelly Kate and Dave Watson’s Interstitial Transduction

  To describe Nelly Kate and Dave Watson’s Interstitial Transduction, the People’s Choice Award winner at the 2012 InLight Festival? How about interactive sound image sculptural with electric pick-ups on a leaf tree… Continue reading