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!
Wild Love Bakehouse featured in Afar Magazine in an article which claims the bakery to be the “Best Bakery in America.” Congratulations to our friends and clients at Wild Love for the well deserved publicity!
Read the article by clicking HERE
Construction begins on The Tombras Group in the former KUB Building on Gay Street
An update on our project for The Tombras Group in downtown Knoxville was included in this week’s issue of the Knox Mercury. We’re excited to get this important project started!
Click HERE for a link to the article.
Brandon Pace served as this year’s jury chair for the 2016 AIA Charleston Triennial Design Awards Program. The awards were presented on October 28th at the South Carolina Aquarium in downtown Charleston. Congratulations to all of the winners!
More about the jury and program HERE.
Wild Love Bakehouse was the recipient of an Award of Merit at the 2016 AIA East Tennessee Design Awards Gala. Very proud of our amazing clients and the entire team including Dewhirst Properties and Christopolous & Kennedy on this project!
Learn more about the project by clicking HERE.
The Seymour-Tanner House is featured in the current issue of the Knox Mercury. The “Abode” feature highlights several of Knoxville’s mid-century landmarks.
Learn more about the project HERE.
We hope you can join us next Monday at the Kern’s Bakery Building to give input on future programming and access Fort Dickerson Quarry Lake! We’ll join our friends at PORT Urbanism as tour guides for what we hope is a fun and interactive experience.
Hope to see you there!
“University of Tennessee Gardens host to new Treehouse as part of Children’s Discovery Garden” – Knoxville News Sentinel
The Knoxville News Sentinel featured a story on the dedication of “Nest”, the winning competition treehouse competition entry designed by Sanders Pace Architecture and constructed by a team of volunteers and UT Gardens Staff in the new Children’s Discovery Garden.
Read the article HERE.
UT Gardens is hosting an opening dedicating the newest addition to the State Botanical Garden, the “Nest” Treehouse designed by Sanders Pace Architecture. The project is part of a bigger project called the Children’s Discovery Garden which will open in the Spring of 2017. The opening is scheduled for Tuesday October 4th at 4pm at the UT Gardens.
More information on the event can be found by clicking HERE or in the press release below.
For more information on the design of the treehouse click HERE.