• A Few of our Favorite Things: Matt, Interior Design
  • A Few of our Favorite Things: Matt, Interior Design
  • A Few of our Favorite Things: Matt, Interior Design
  • A Few of our Favorite Things: Matt, Interior Design
  • A Few of our Favorite Things: Matt, Interior Design

A Few of our Favorite Things: Matt, Interior Design

As a part of SMBW’s 2015¬†office renovation, we incorporated a wall of display shelves in our lobby. Each month, one staff member will use the shelves to compile and showcase some of their favorite things: materials, books, music, products, and more! Keep an eye here on the blog for highlights from each staff member’s display….

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SMBW’s Office Expansion

SMBW’s Office Expansion

by Maggie Schubert, AIA SMBW is very excited to have the opportunity to expand our office space in the Turning Basin Building in Shockoe Slip. We are taking over the old First Market space next door. On a typical project of this scale for a client, SMBW would have just a few key individuals involved….

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SMBW Travels: Dallas

SMBW Travels: Dallas

by Rick Fischl I recently had the opportunity to spend a long weekend in Dallas, a trip that was months overdue to visit my best friend; a fellow designer with whom I graduated from Virginia Tech’s architecture school just a few years ago. It certainly was the type of trip that would have been worth…

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Is sitting really the new smoking?

Is sitting really the new smoking?

by Tamara Van Meter There are a lot of interesting conversations circling our industry at the moment about the connection between physical movement and workplace productivity. Do you spend the day sitting in front of your computer screen? Or running from conference room to conference room in meetings? Does your car double as your mobile…

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Main Street Shed Restoration

The Main Street Station Shed Restoration project is underway! Richmond’s iconic Main Street Station served as one of the primary rail hubs in the Mid-Atlantic region for over eighty years. The next phase of its redevelopment will revitalize the historic train shed, seen in this photo, taken during a site visit this week. This photo…

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