The September issue of Abode is on stands now (and find a digital copy below). Here’s what’s inside…
- A Q&A with Alloy Workshop architect and co-owner Dan Zimmerman.
- New dorms on Alderman Road.
- The low-down on what you should be looking for in a built-in.
- A peek inside designer/retailer Moyanne Harding‘s Lynchburg home.
- A woody house in Madison is ripe for a second chance.
This month’s featured house:
Though it was built 15 years ago, Peter and Angela D.’s house off the Blue Ridge Parkway looks new. That’s thanks in large part to STOA, the local design-build firm they hired to make the home structurally sound and a bit more modern, as well as to take in the sprawling westward view over the Shenandoah Valley.
This month’s featured landscape:
Dagget & Grigg’s design for Jim and Cynthia Stultz’s Palladian-style home in Albemarle included an ambitious hardscape with a semicircular wall at the rear terrace. To build it, they approached Shelton Sprouse, a veteran stonemason whose credentials include Poplar Forest, Ash Lawn-Highland and Monticello itself.