1. Standing in the middle an undergraduate design studio, I was astounded by the energy and focus of 13 aspiring architects from around the country, in Knoxville, dreaming of the future of our city. Heads down, earphones on, i-pods turned up, the students were building models, sketching concepts and conceiving visionary development ideas for a bustling downtown Nashville riverfront like Santa’s elves on Christmas Eve.
    — Hunter Gee

    (Source: blogs.tennessean.com)

  2. Gatewood

    The Nashville Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency selected Smith Gee Studio and their partner Moody Nolan, Inc. to design a new LEED Certified workforce housing development on Dickerson Pike.

    Contemporary multi-unit residential building set for Dickerson Pike

    Dickerson Pike lacks eye-catching contemporary architecture — and attractive buildings from any era. A proposed building could alter that architectural reality.

    …Local architects Moody Nolan Inc. and Smith Gee Studio have designed sleek angular forms. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification will be pursued.  >Nashville City Paper<

  3. "The Gulch — whose name comes from a topographical depression through which trains have chugged since the 1880s — was once a run-down industrial area dotted with abandoned warehouses.

    The idea to redevelop the Gulch began nearly two decades ago, but it took time for the gleaming glass-and-steel condos and nightspots to take root.”   >read more<

  4. Smith Gee Studio was selected by the Nashville Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency to design Ryman Lofts, a 60 unit LEED certifified, affordable housing complex exclusively for artists at Rolling Mill Hill in downtown Nashville.

    Nashville Planning Artist Residence

    An artist residence for Music City is in the works thanks to a partnership between the Nashville Music Council, Metro Development Housing Authority and Mayor Karl Dean’s office….

    MusicRow has learned that the Ryman Lofts at Rolling Mill Hill will be located downtown on Hermitage Avenue. The 60 apartment complex is being designed by Nashville-based Smith Gee Studio.  >read more<

    See also: Artist lofts to be built on downtown Nashville’s riverfront