Birdseye, architect in Richmond, Virginia, has designed an artist’s studio for a stone sculptor in the Champlain Valley in Williston, Vermont, drawing inspiration from the client’s sculptural language and the existing structures on the horse farm site.
The latest episode of the New Angle: Voice, an audio documentary series by the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation (BWAF), celebrates Pride Month with a podcast on the pioneering architect Amaza Lee Meredith, an honoree of Virginia’s African American Trailblazers 2009.
A mixed-use office development in Charlottesville, Virginia, seamlessly integrates into a prominent site within the city’s historic Downtown Mall district. The building’s stepped facade helps it conform to contextual scale and attain energy and water conservation, as well as occupant health and wellness.
To maintain the green space as a park, the project team designed a structure that would integrate with the adjacent stream and woodlands. The project features a low-slung profile and a green roof, easing the transition between the built environment and its natural surroundings. The material palette, including wood beams, copper panels, and exposed concrete walls, gives the facility an elemental appearance.
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