sports /

Renderings: Mercedes-Benz Stadium’s 100 Yard Club

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

While the first kickoff (and soccer match) at Mercedes-Benz Stadium is still months away, new renderings show what one of the coliseum’s most unique public spaces will look like.

The 100 Yard Club, as the gathering place is called, will be a football field-length food hall, complete with concessions and bars open to all fans.

Higher Education /

Auburn University Mell Classroom construction on track for fall completion

Auburn University Mell Classroom Building

Auburn University officials and members of the media were given a guided tour Tuesday of the Mell Classroom building that is set to be open for the fall semester.

The building, which is more than 60 percent complete, will be a 69,000-square-foot addition to the existing Ralph Brown Draughon Library. An additional 38,000 feet is being repurposed and renovated inside the library, according to Auburn University’s website.

Office /

Design helps LPL make the I-77 commute worth the hassle


Atlanta architect David Brown may be a little-known name in Charlotte real estate, but few have had a bigger impact on the city’s look.

The principal at TVS Design played a key role in designing the TIAA-CREF campus near UNC Charlotte, the Duke Energy Center office tower downtown and most recently, the Sealed Air headquarters[Read: The Sealed Air buildings’ many makers] in southwest Charlotte and, now, LPL Financial Center in the Kingsley Park development in Fort Mill.

Design /

Design That Inspires:


When an opportunity came up to shoot their engagement photos at the Herman Miller Showroom in LA, Justine and Brendon Breen jumped at it. The result? Unique engagement photos that celebrate their love for each other and beautiful design. (more…)

Hospitality /

3 Hospitality Wellness Trends To Watch In 2017


With a wide adoption of sustainable practices in hotels, the traditional luxuries of a hotel stay – fresh towels, daily-made beds, hot showers and blasting cold air – have become an option to consciously choose at a cost to the environment. These days, guests are asked to reuse towels, to decline room services and are reminded of their water and energy usage through pamphlets and signs in their rooms. No hotel is forcing guests to accept the ‘green’ option; however, when guests choose not to follow this trend, the luxury may come with a sense of guilt. While these passive, and perhaps “guilt-based,” measures have been effective in reducing waste and energy, they don’t fully tackle the issue at the heart of sustainability: making the world a healthier place in which humans can thrive. For that, a more holistic approach that includes both conservation and health as components of a greater wellness initiative is a necessary trend that is gaining in popularity. From serving fresh, organic fares to embracing local communities, here are three ways the hospitality industry can adopt this expanded definition of what it means to be sustainable to create prosperous, healthy spaces for people: (more…)

Retail /

Making Brookwood Village Feel Like Home

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tvsdesign was given the redevelopment goal and design challenge of re-imaging this high-end shopping center into a boutique shopping and entertainment destination that connects with the lifestyle of its Mountain Brook and Homewood shoppers.


Higher Education /

University of Georgia’s New Science Learning Center


The new learning center allows UGA’s science students more opportunities for interactive learning.

ATLANTA (September 15, 2016) – Atlanta-based architecture and interior design firm tvsdesign is joining with the University of Georgia (UGA) to celebrate the complete construction of the Science Learning Center. UGA tapped tvsdesign and HDR, Inc. to design the 122,500 sf facility that is the epicenter of scientific learning on campus. (more…)

Workplace /

Designing Workplaces: NeoCon 2016 Recap


It’s the most wonderful workplace time of the year, when thousands of workplace experts head to Chicago for NeoCon and take a look at all things work—the furniture we work in and around, the environments that help us be more productive and the trends workplace interiors vendors are instituting. (more…)

Design, Interiors, Workplace /

tvsdesign receives ASID Design Excellence Award

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The Georgia chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) hosted their 36th annual Design Excellence Awards gala honoring outstanding design in commercial and residential design. (more…)

Community Outreach, Uncategorized /

United Way Week 2016 Roundup


Our company raised the bar this year at our annual United Way Week with a total of $13,144.35 in donations, a solid step above our $10k goal. (more…)