Our Press Room project is featured on the Inside of Knoxville blog today. The project is an adaptive reuse of the 1925 Dewine Building in the historic Fourth and Gill neighborhood which will open as an event space and catering kitchen in March. Read more about the project HERE.
Our Historic Ely Building project was a featured Houzz Tour on www.houzz.com. Click the link below to read the article or link to our own website post HERE.
Sanders Pace Architecture received 3 preservation awards at the 2017 Knox Heritage Preservation Awards Celebration. Wild Love Bakehouse, Steamboat Central, and McMillan Flats were cited as some of the best preservation projects in Knoxville. Learn more about Knox Heritage and their mission to preserve and protect structures and places with historic significance by clicking HERE.
Curbed Groundbreakers 2017 – Sanders Pace Architecture was named a semifinalist in the Curbed annual “Groundbreakers” competition highlighting innovative practices whose cutting edge work keeps the public at the forefront. Read more about the 2017 winners as well as the other semifinalists HERE.
On October 30th John Sanders and Brandon Pace will be presenting a lecture titled “Origins” as part of the University of Tennessee Dialogues Series. The presentation will include visions of Knoxville’s past, present, and future through a series of snapshots active projects within the office. The lecture starts at 5:40pm at the McCarty Auditorium.
SPA took time off to celebrate the recent licensure of Cameron Bolin who has been with the firm since 2014. We’re proud to support the many talented young people in our office in their pursuit of licensure.
Balter Beerworks honored with AIA Tennessee Award of Merit.
During the annual AIA Tennessee Conference on Architecture we were proud to be honored with a Merit Award for Balter Beerworks, a project we collaborated on with Boulder, CO based Trapp Associates. A link to all of the award winners can be found by clicking HERE.
Learn more about the project HERE.
Sanders Pace Architecture received 3 awards at the 2017 AIA East Tennessee Design Awards Gala which was the culmination of Architecture Week. Winners include Nest, a Treehouse at the UT Gardens which was the recipient of an Award of Merit and Balter Beerworks and 1003 Luttrell Street which both received Honor Citations. Congratulations to all of the winners and thank you to all of those responsible for the planning of the wonderful events associated with Architecture Week!
You can learn more about the events associated with Architecture Week by clicking HERE.
Balter Beerworks received an Orchid award at last night’s annual Keep Knoxville Beautiful Orchid Awards Dinner which highlights beautification efforts within the Knoxville community. A full list of winners can be found by clicking HERE.
Congratulations to all of the winners and thanks to Keep Knoxville Beuatiful for hosting such a wonderful event!
John Sanders appointed by the Mayor of Knoxville to serve as a member of the Public Stakeholder Advisory Committee for Recode Knoxville, an effort to revise and update the City of Knoxville zoning regulations which haven’t been updated in nearly 50 years. Learn more about the process by clicking HERE.