Local architecture firm designshop created the floor plans for the new project. Given that the building was last renovated in the 1970s, the initial phase of the construction will involve rehabilitation of the façade and structure.Read More
If the approvals process goes to plan, Intrator said demolition at the circa 1910 building should start in the coming months and that the project should be completed in "a couple years." Above is a designshop rendering of what the project could look like at completion.Read More
Staff for the CCRFC are "highly supportive" of the project, as "addressing vacancy at this location is highly consistent with the DMC's duel objectives of increasing density and improving commercial property values."Read More
The architects of designshop founded their firm to not only create aesthetically pleasing buildings but to use their design to inspire inclusion for everyone from the Grizzlies fans in the FedExForum stands to Memphis’ youngest explorers at the Children’s Museum of Memphis.Read More
“It’s a beloved artifact that a lot of people have a strong attachment to,” said Tim Michael, co-owner of designshop pllc, the architecture and design firm for the $5 million project.Read More
Designshop expected a slow start-up period when it first opened its doors in 2013, but instead, the phones started ringing immediately…Read More
“If I had the space, the teachers could write the grants to get the equipment to fill it,” Holland says. “You can’t write a grant to get the building.”Read More
“It is not only part of the fabric and history of our city, it also happens to be one of the most historic carousels in North America,” Hackett says.
“…used this creative passion to pursue an education in architecture …”
"We went through several architectural firms to try to get [what we wanted]," Ford said. "We were finally able to achieve that last year. The final design was created by designshop and Graham Reese Design Group. “
Publication/Publisher: The Commercial Appeal Publication Date: September 23, 2012 Author: Thomas Bailey, Jr.
This seems like yesterday. Congrats to the theater for the recent announcement of their planned expansion. read more ...
Publication: Memphis Business Journal Publication Date: September 23, 2015 Author: Michelle Corbet
A historic row building along South Second Street in Downtown Memphis is being renovated into 16 new residences known as The Lofts at Merchants Row.
The Lofts at Merchants Row is located in the historic Cast Iron Twin Building, circa 1886-1889, at 77-91 S. Second St. — above the commercial bays that were previously home to Poncho’s and Cockadoos. read more ...
Publication/Publisher: Memphis Business Journal Publication Date: June 26, 2015 author: Meagan Nichols
The expansion is starting at Buster’s Liquors & Wines. Earlier this month, it was announced the popular liquor store located at 191 S. Highland St. planned to grow its footprint by 6,000 square feet via the acquisition of neighboring La Hacienda restaurant. read more ...
Publication/Publisher: Memphis Business Journal Publication Date: June 25, 2015 Author: Michelle Corbet
Looks like the Memphis Grizzlies will be sitting pretty with a $350,000 building permit filed with the City of Memphis Wednesday. During the June 23 meeting of the Public Building Authority at FedExForum, the PBA board unanimously approved the first phase of a three-phase capital project to enhance the team’s facilities at the sports arena. read more ...
Publication/Publisher: The Commercial Appeal Publication Date: June 4, 2015 Author: Tom Bailey, Jr.
the design and construction team (designshop + Montgomery Martin Contractors) selected by The Children's Museum of Memphis to help define the next resting place for the fully restored Grand Carousel originally built in 1908, and once rotated at Libertyland Amusement Park and a fan favorite of the MidSouth Fair. read more ...
Publication/Publisher: artdaily Publication Date: 2002
Two benches designed and built, one by tim and the other by scott, are on display at the Brooks Museum of Art. They were awarded the commission after a public art competition by the museum. read more ...
Publication/Publisher: The Commercial Appeal Publication Date: August 2, 2009
Scott was honored by his peers with a presentation of the Donald W. Manley Award by The Memphis Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute. read more ...
Publication/Publisher: The Commercial Appeal Publication Date: February 21, 2013
What do you do with a piece of property that is an eyesore when you’re not the owner? You turn that eyesore or underused space into a contest if you happen to be the Downtown Memphis Commission.
Thirty-five teams are competing in the South Main Design Challenge to generate ideas for seven vacant or underused spaces or buildings in the area for both short- and long-term solutions. read more ...
archdaily.com - One of designshop's projects was featured on archdaily.com. This single family dwelling features a contemporary architecture suited for this family of five. Large windows create a rhythm of light during both night and day. Follow the link to see more information about this project.