Friday, August 20, 2010

Back to School

Back in April I gave you a sneak preview of a new freshman housing building I was working on for Armstrong Atlantic State University (see here...). Well finally it is finished and it is lovely! We were thrilled to partner again with HADP Architecture and University Housing Services for this project and I hope the students love it (and don't beat it up too badly!) I was thrilled to work with Corporate Environments and my girl Tracy and luckily I was able to use some great product. It's much nicer then what I lived in that is for sure!




























Photos by Lauren Rubenstein

8 comments:

Terry said...

I love those tall windows and how y'all sprinkled red around.

Tina Steele Lindsey said...

It is fabulouse great, and your choices for the type of furnishings and the placement of them I feel insures great durability. Love the colors, a great blend for being energizing and yet subtle enough for serious minds. Four thumbs up!

Blue said...

Congratulations to you and your daytime husband! It is beautiful and the good thing is, beyond initially finding it cool, students will completely ignore it and get on with using it - well. They'll mess it up, but your design will stand up.

I love the spare elegance of it all.

Milk and Honey Home said...

So glad to have found you! I love local blogs. I saw your title and thought you were a foodie :) I found you via T. S. Lindsey's site.

Yummy Scrumptious said...

thank you all so much! i have discovered j really like educational work, i hope the students like it too!

annette joseph said...

Love this looks really modern and comfortable, which is a task in itself! Great job you guys!

Anonymous said...

Sorry to throw a little water on the conversation, but...These spaces look cold and inappropriate for a college dorm. Seating is uncomfortable looking as well.
I feel sad looking at these areas.

Yummy Scrumptious said...

Dear Anonymous, I am sorry to hear you feel that way, luckily you were not my client (or were you?) I am all in favor of everyone expressing their opinion and when it comes to design--to each his own. However, it is one thing to be constructively critical and another to be on the verge of rude. While I can respect your comment, I find it interesting that to leave such a comment you are hiding behind anonymity.