HG Design Studio is honored to be a part of the A/E team that was recently awarded the design of a new building planned by the university to house the Muscarelle Museum. HG will be integrating civil engineering and landscape architecture for the project, and feels it is important to take into account the quality of hosted exhibitions, including the 16 paintings presently on display, when considering the site design.
Each year, the region’s greatest environmental minds in industry, public policy and conservation converge at a member’s only retreat to take on some of the pressing issues driving green infrastructure.
HG Design Studio has the unique experience of influencing “first impressions” at the University of Richmond with the new Queally Admissions Center Building. What was previously a dumpsite is now a “front door” for prospective students.
Diana Balmori, a landscape architect whose ecologically sensitive designs integrated buildings and the natural environment in projects ranging in scope from urban rooftop gardens to South Korea’s new administrative capital, Sejong City, died on Monday in Manhattan. She was 84.
Ribbon cutting ceremonies took place yesterday at Charleston Ridge Apartments, and HG was there! Dave Gerstenmaier congratulated Larry Shaia, the developer, who announced that new residents will be moving in this weekend.
Who says design and construction has to be a slow process? In preparation for tonight’s debate at Longwood, HG has been busy designing and managing construction of projects that beautify and functionalize it’s outdoor spaces around Willett Hall and the Gateway.
Ever wonder how the River City is perceived by the rest of the world? Well, the October 2nd Sunday New York Times can give a glimpse, as our beloved Richmond is this week’s featured city in the popular “36 Hours in [Richmond, Nashville, Austin, etc]” Travel Section.