Month: October 2011

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Bedford Springs in November Issue of Martha Stewart Living

3north's extensive work at Bedford Springs Resort and Spa in Pennsylvania is featured in an 8-page article in the November 2011 issue of Martha Stewart Living. Although the monthly-magazine does not typically feature resorts or travel, after a memorable visit, editors convinced Martha Stewart to cover the resort and its incredible architecture, grounds and furnishings. 3north…

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ARCenter Receives Citation from Virginia Society AIA

3north Principal Sandy Bond's design for the ARCenter of The Greater Richmond ARC will be honored this week by the Virginia Society of the AIA at the Society's annual awards ceremony. 3north associates will be presenting the project on November 2 at The Camel as part of Architecture Exchange East.

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Underway: Sabot at Stony Point, Phase 1

Work is now underway at Sabot at Stony Point School in Richmond. 3north worked with the school on an overall master plan guided by the firm's proprietary IQ (Intangible Qualities) process. The building under construction now is Founders' Hall, a multi-purpose building, which will be adjacent to the original 1925 house, home to the school.

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Jay Hugo Presents at AIA Emerging Leaders Session

Principal Jay Hugo will lead a discussion on Friday, October 14 at the Virginia Society AIA’s next session for Emerging Leaders in Architecture.  The group will be meeting at the Virginia Center for Architecture and the overall discussion will be on "The Benefit of Good Design." Hugo's session will the architect's role in "project advocacy," i.e. the involvement…

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Children’s Shade System Installed at Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens

In time to beat the harsh summer sun and heat, 3north Principal Jay Hugo oversaw the installation of the shade system 3north designed for the Children's Garden at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden.