MHM is happy to welcome four talented individuals to the team this month:
Lauren Bush as Project Architect, Erin Metelka as an Interior Designer, and recent graduates Bud Archer and Adam Buchanan as Emerging Professional Architects.
Lavish rooms, glitzy amenities and first rate staff soon will beckon tourists and locals to The Tennessean, a former state office building slated to become a personal luxury hotel and residence in the heart of downtown Knoxville. The team of McCarty Holsaple McCarty, SRSSA from Atlanta, Rick Blackburn, and contractor Johnson& Galyon, are helping to bring Commercial & Investment Properties President, Nick Cazana’s vision to life. The building will feature 82 guest rooms, including seven suites and a Governors suite. The top two floors will be will be devoted to premium, two bedroom, 2.5 bath, condominium’s ranging from 1,800 to 2,300 square feet.
For more information please visit www.thetennesseanhotel.com.
Anne Ford and Matt Pancetti’s dream of opening a downtown Barcade has become reality. Harrogate’s Lounge is a full bar with eight beer taps, mixed drinks and wine along with a room full of the finest arcade entertainment.
Brett Honeycutt served as contractor and design consultant. Joined in the effort by McCarty Holsaple McCarty architects, the end result is a very attractive lounge.
Harrogate’s Lounge is located at 409 S. Gay Street. For more information, please click the link: http://insideofknoxville.com/2016/03/harrogates-lounge-downtowns-barcade-opens-on-gay-street/
Brighton Developers, Jon Clark and Ron Turner, turned to MHM for help in the adaptive reuse design of a row of 19th century industrial buildings into apartments in Knoxville’s historic Old City. Most famously the long-time home to the John H. Daniel men’s tailoring company, the new apartment building will be known as The Daniel. Designed to maximize the available space, the 69 units range in size from 460 to 1,600 square feet with studios, one and two bedroom units. Street level space along Jackson Avenue is already being snapped up by retail establishments. Existing building materials and features were retained throughout to convey the history of the structures. A central stair/elevator tower and two additional egress stair towers anchor the heavy timber structure. The exterior was restored using the United States Department of the Interior Standards for Historic Preservation, making The Daniel a remarkable example of Knoxville’s architectural and cultural history.
More Information about The Daniel: http://thedanielonjackson.com/
With MHM’s 50th celebration last year, the Knoxville News Sentinel sat with President and CEO, Doug McCarty, to discuss how his firm has shaped Knoxville in the last 50 years.
Garden & Gun magazine just announced the “Ten Must-See Southern Music Venues”. The historic Tennessee Theatre was second on their list.
McCarty Holsaple McCarty, in association with Westlake Reed Leskosky, completed design renovations in 2005.
It is with great sadness that we report one of McCarty Holsaple McCarty’s founders has passed away. Robert “Bob” Holsaple will be remembered for his contributions to iconic designs in Knoxville over a period of several decades. Our deepest sympathies are with Mrs. Lillian Holsaple and their family.
Knox News Sentinel Obituary: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/knoxnews/obituary.aspx?n=robert-holsaple&pid=177060613&fhid=13777
MHM teamed up with Scripps Network to build a Thanksgiving feast for the Third Annual CANstruction benefiting the Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee. The 3,800 cans, constructed over 3 hours at the Knoxville Convention Center, were carefully selected and even more carefully assembled creating a fireplace, table, and Thanksgiving feast back dropped by stars from some of Scripps most well-known shows. Our selection of canned food earned us the “Best Meal” award in our first year competing in the competition. Thank you MHM build team: John Thurman, Peter O’sickey, Shehara Hapuarachy, Megan Paris, Michael Turko, Steven Whitmore, Natalie Wright, & Haley Zimmerman.
MHM’s Jennifer Martillie Bradley was currently featured in Maryville College “Focus on Alumni” publication.
To read more about Jennifer, click the link below:
On October 30, 2015, the University of Tennessee Mossman Laboratory Building had it’s groundbreaking event. McCarty Holsaple McCarty was honored to have designed and been a part of this spectacular celebration.
Click the link to read more information. http://tntoday.utk.edu/2015/10/30/university-celebrates-start-mossman-building/
On Friday, September 11, 2015, The University of Tennessee dedicated Phase 1 of the new Student Union designed by the Joint Venture of McCarty Holsaple McCarty / Barber McMurray architects.
We are pleased to announce that Margaret L. Butler, AIA has joined MHM. She has practiced architecture in both Nashville and Knoxville for 29 years, working for both large and small firms as well as owning her own architectural practice. Her experience includes master planning; new urbanist/neighborhood planning; healthcare; single family and multifamily affordable housing; custom residential; corporate offices; civic facilities; service organizations; libraries; and PreK-12 and higher-education facility planning and design projects. With a strong background in healthcare clinic design, she has presented at the 2012 National Association of Community Health Centers conference and Knoxville Medical Group Management Association. An award winning designer and graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design, she remains engaged on the Board of Advisors and in organizations throughout the community.
“On a splendid July 11th evening, a sold-out crowd gathered at “The Concrete House” in West Hills for an light hearted evening of burgers and 1955 revelry as part of the Knox Heritage Summer Supper program. The Concrete House was designed by MHM’s founder Bruce McCarty as an experimental house built entirely of concrete. Located in one of Knoxville’s first suburbs, the house sat in a field and was opened up for the Parade of Homes. Terrazzo floors, concrete frame structure, concrete plank and ballasted roof, and concrete block walls made for a very unique and sturdy modern home. After being lived in for decades, it eventually fell into disrepair until Beth Boline purchased the house and restored it back to its original mid-century modern luster. With MHM’s sponsorship, Beth and her partner Shannon opened up the house for the Knox Heritage event and helped highlight the need to include mid-century modern as an important historical era, especially a Bruce McCarty original. MHM was proud to support the Summer Supper event as part of our year 50th anniversary celebration of the firm’s work and contribution to the community. The event was a great success and raised $5,000 for Knox Heritage.”