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MHM User| 25 May 2017| 0 comments

 

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MHM is thrilled to announce we have three new team members at the firm. Kathryn Greer and Jake Thomas are both joining us as project architects and recent graduate Hannah Starnes will join us as an interior designer. Join us in learning more about these talented individuals below.

Kathryn Greer has lived in Knoxville, TN for the past four years following receiving her Master’s degree in Architecture from The University of Tennessee.  Kathryn is a licensed architect with a professional degree in landscape architecture.  She lives with her husband John, son William, and two dogs Pumpkin and Bowie.

Jake Thomas is a licensed architect who has worked in Knoxville since graduating with his Master of Architecture from the University of Tennessee in 2008.  He and his wife Jessie enjoy talking about football and fixing up their old home.

Hannah Starnes recently graduated from the University of Tennessee with her Bachelors in Interior Design.  She interned here at MHM during her senior year and will finally be joining us full time as an Interior Designer. She has lived in Knoxville for the past 4 years and enjoys spending time outdoors with friends and her puppy, Pepper.

MHM User| 20 Mar 2017| 0 comments

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MHM’s office renovation is officially underway!  Walls started coming down on Friday at the groundbreaking ceremony. Every member of the firm got to take a swing (or three) at the existing walls that will be removed to open up the floor plan. The firm is all packed up and has relocated to the eighth floor of our building for the duration of construction.

Stay tuned for updates on our new and improved space. Team members have been hard at work designing the renovation over the last year  - we can’t wait to show you around!

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MHM User| 13 Dec 2016| 0 comments

The first completed condo in the Tennessean.  McCarty Holsaple McCarty was very proud to be the lead designer of this project.

MHM User| 09 Nov 2016| 0 comments

McCarty Holsaple McCarty was honored to win the Knox Heritage Fantastic Fifteen Award for Excellence in Preservation Rehabilitation on The Daniel, located 118 W. Jackson Avenue.

 

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MHM User| 29 Jul 2016| 0 comments

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.

 

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MHM User| 26 Apr 2016| 0 comments

McCarty Holsaple McCarty has completed design of a new downtown hotel, The Tennessean.  MHM’s Young Professionals took a tour of this property which is currently under construction.

MHM User| 29 Mar 2016| 0 comments

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/

MHM User| 02 Feb 2016| 0 comments

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.

Read more:  http://insideofknoxville.com/2016/01/first-residents-poised-to-move-into-the-daniel/

More Information about The Daniel:  http://thedanielonjackson.com/

 

MHM User| 11 Jan 2016| 0 comments

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.

Read more:  http://www.knoxnews.com/business/mccarty-architects-shaped-knoxvilles-skyline-over-50-years-ep-1391133211-361276751.html

MHM User| 08 Jan 2016| 0 comments

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.

Read more:

http://gardenandgun.com/blog/ten-must-see-southern-music-venues