Facing due west, the development has front row seats of uninterrupted skyline views and engages Atlanta’s Beltline trail with a beer garden and expansive rooftop views.
When designing Googie Burger, ai3 carefully balanced needs to add value to the park without creating competition for its existing attractions.
Unlike typical seafood style, which tends toward a vacation-like experience, Lure’s design goes deeper, taking guests away from the sand and sunsets to the massive ships and harbors that are the landscape of industrial fishing.
For Marietta Street, ai3 has designed an office tower concept, the form of which was inspired by the negative space created above the neighboring industrial buildings.
The library design seamlessly combines modern architectural forms with columns from the precursory church, standing as a symbol for an evolving Steward-Lakewood community with deep-seated roots.
Details inspired by the relics discovered among Georgia’s piedmont region accentuate a brick skin with expansive steel-lined textile-factory windows.
Together with his wife, Sarah Marie Johnston, Chef Tom Gray envisioned a place where design, food and ambiance work together holistically to create a special and welcoming experience.
Considered one of the largest urban infill sites in Atlanta, the development is organized in a “town square setting,” and will pay homage to the industrial roots of the area.
Inspired by livestock behind slatted train car siding, the architectural design of Stockyards is a layering of organic expressions behind rigid and organized structures.