Interior Design magazine’s annual ranking of the top 75 “Hospitality Giants” among American design firms includes 3north for 2013. Under the leadership of 3north Principal David Rau, the firm debuted at no. 59.
In an internal note to the 3north team, David writes:
I hope everyone here knows well that this isn’t just about interior design. The secret weapon that we have at 3north is that almost nothing we do around here is “just interiors,” (or “just architecture,” or “just graphics” or “landscape,” or “research”). We work creatively together on projects everyday that are truly collaborate. This is a firm-wide success. So congratulations to you all, great job, and thank you!
Find the list here.
Vineyard Homes: A Case for Virginia -
AOL co-founder Steve Case and his wife, Jean, spend weekends in a one-bedroom cottage amid the vineyards of Virginia’s Madison County.
The September 19, 2013 edition of the Wall Street Journal featured Early Mountain Vineyards and the Case’s commitment to Virginia wine. The article also called attention to 3north Principal Jay Hugo and Director Jill Nolt’s architectural design on this project with interiors by Janie Molster Designs.
More on the 3north-designed parklets coming to Richmond.
WRIC_TV8 story here.
City of Richmond Planning Commission has approved 3north’s design for the new amphitheater for Venture Richmond and the Richmond Folk Festival.
New work: 3north is pleased to announce design assignments in the UK at The Belfry Resort including a new spa, fitness and aquatics center.
A Tiny Urban Oasis: Parklets May Be Coming to Richmond -
Plans for tiny new public parks are bubbling up across Richmond. Parklets, as they’re called, replace parking spaces or in this case, bus stops with strips of pedestrian space that offer benches and scraps of grass where there once was asphalt.
3north is excited to be part of this new concept for Richmond.
@3north office now open for business in #Irvington. #northernneck #chesapeakebay (at Irvington)
3north Director Jill Nolt hangs the sign outside of our new Irvington office serving Virginia’s Northern Neck, Middle Peninsula and Chesapeake Bay region.
This is, by far, hands down, the best I’ve ever been around off-site. It’s ridiculous how nice it is, man.
The fields look nice. Being in a hotel is nice as opposed to being in dorms, and this facility here is ridiculous, man. It’s nicer than some (NFL) facilities I’ve been in. I won’t say any other organization’s names (laughs).
I don’t know how they pulled this off, but it’s great. — Donte Stallworth. Washington Redskins Wide Receiver’s comments on the new Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center designed by 3north Principal Jay Hugo.
Happy Day in #RVA