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Designed for the local non-profit, Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee and located on 3 acres of land at a prominent street intersection in Nashville, the project consists of a new two‐story office building of approximately 18,000 square feet. The building will be located near the street, to take advantage of it’s corner location for visibility of the organization. Required parking will be located behind the building and away from the street and will incorporate storm water mitigation strategies and ample landscaping to soften the area.
The building’s straightforward design reflects the Community Foundation’s desire for a welcoming, inviting building of quality. Also designed with low maintenance materials that fit within the neighborhood and will provide a great place to work and collaborate for years to come. Building systems and exterior envelope are designed for efficiency and maximum advantage of daylighting and views.
Mass Timber, Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT), Glue-Laminated Timber (GLT or glulam)
Tuck Hinton Architecture & Design
Architecture & Interior Design
Ross Bryan Associates
Commonwealth Development Group
Minimal Impact Engineering
CLT and glulam installer