This month’s Abode takes a peek inside a Lewis and Clark Building condo, a closer look at Montpelier’s Claude Moore Hall, a critical eye toward public spaces and more. Here’s what you’ll find:
- Architect Bob Anderson‘s etched inspiration.
- Montpelier’s Claude Moore Hall makes a modern statement.
- The upsides of heated flooring.
- Do public spaces affect private lives?
- A Charlottesville home that’s more than meets the eye.
- At home with designer Nina Crawford.
- Camellias, hellebores and more—ways to brights up your winter garden.
This month’s featured home:
When homeowner Bonnie Bond moved from Florida to Charlottesville and bought a condo in downtown’s Lewis and Clark Building, she had an extensive renovation project ahead of her. The condo showed signs of normal wear and tear, of course, but the previous owner—an expressive local artist—had used the entire home as her canvas. Read more here.