A rear addition to an existing two-story house located in a residential area of Atlanta. The new building is a two-level studio of 2,400 square feet that includes a third story loft and a carport and a workshop on its first level. The main level is treated as an open workspace that includes service spaces and a connecting passage to the existing house. Large, operable windows in the main level and the loft allow for fantastic views, ample natural light, and fresh air, generating a great atmosphere in which to work and create. The interior has exposed wooden rafters and beams that complement exterior elements, such as concrete retaining walls, fiber cement panel reveal system, exposed steel beam, and recycled brick sourced from on-site demo work.
A small, west midtown church converted into a single-family residence. Exterior walls have been opened up in several places to allow more natural light and air into the living spaces. To take advantage of the especially high ceilings, a master suite loft was added to the main level above the guest bedrooms, providing the owners with their own, more intimate space while also accentuated the double height spaces in the main living, dining, and kitchen. The interior has a clean, rather minimal aesthetic that ranges from contemporary to industrial with touches of exposed duct work and structure. The freshly painted brick exterior and new metal roof, carport, and garage (with roof top deck) create an environment outside that nicely complements that of the interior.
The "T" at Riverfront
The “T” at Riverfront is an apartment tower overlooking the Tennessee River in Downtown Knoxville, TN. Adjacent to the Henley Bridge, the south gateway to Downtown, the site offers a dramatic 65-foot change in topography with spectacular 360 degrees views. At 26 stories, it will be the second tallest building Downtown. With the project’s proximity to University of Tennessee, this residential tower is being designed to attract student population.
6th Street Townhomes
The design ambition for 165 6th Street was to create a simple, luxurious, intimate yet open group of townhouses that respond to the scale of its neighboring Midtown buildings. In order to create an expansive and free-flowing feel throughout the units, the central stair for each unit was designed to be cable suspended with open treads. To even further amplify the airy and open feel of the stair, a skylight was incorporated above, turning the stair into a light well and flooding the core of each level of the home with natural light. Along with the feature stair the units boast large, high-end, low-profile windows that expand the interior and invite in the skyline. Careful consideration was given to ensure that each floor of the home has a unique outdoor space, the crowning glory of which is the rooftop terrace that covers nearly the entire footprint of the unit and offers multiple outdoor “rooms” with individual atmospheres and outstanding views of Midtown and Downtown Atlanta.
After the completion of a modern guest house in back yard, the homeowners decided to add on to the existing midcentury modern home. The goal of the expansion was to relate the house to the new and much-loved guest house, remain in cohesion with the original design, and avoid hiding the additions though imitation. The end result is a serious of grided steel and glass extrusions that speak directly to the aesthetic of the guest house while remaining in proportion to the home. Nestled under the same deep overhangs as the original volumes of the house, these new, airy spaces open up the interior rooms to the front yard, the backyard, and the sunken patio.
Restoration and rehabilitation of a circa 1963 modern house on a pitched site adjacent to the south fork of Peachtree Creek. New spaces include a lower level owners suite with outdoor shower a and pool, and enlarged family room, screen porch and updated kitchen.
The Pursell Family has been in the business of growing for more than 100 years. Their story begins in 1904 with the founding of the Sylacauga Fertilizer Company. By the end of the 20th century, the company, Pursell Technologies, had developed innovative technology that revolutionized the agronomy industry. The company had also moved to scenic Pursell Farms.
On the farm, David Pursell, the third generation of family leadership, had a visionary idea: to invite the product’s end users (golf superintendents) to see the product firsthand. To achieve this, the family built FarmLinks in 2002 as “the world’s only research and demonstration golf course.” Today, Pursell Farms has evolved into a premier regional family farm resort available for retreats, leisure getaways and weddings. Gamble and Gamble, along with Valor Hospitality and HGOR Land Planning, are working collectively on a series of new buildings and places that will transform Pursell Farms into a truly legendary guest experience.