Category Archives: Other Projects

Green Dot Charlottesville Presented to Charlottesville City Council

Representatives from the 2012 Emerging Leaders in Architecture (ELA) class, a program a part of the Virginia Society of the American Institute of Architects, presented a compelling overview of their class project  – Green Dot Charlottesville – for Charlottesville City … Continue reading

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VMDO Hosts Olympic-Themed Architecture “Camp”

This week, VMDO architects Lauren Thompson and Philip Donovan hosted a mini “architecture camp” for 16 7th graders at Piedmont Virginia Community College. Following a presentation about what it means to be an architect, Lauren and Philip helped the 7th … Continue reading

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Charlottesville Officials Debut New, Green Transit Center

Officials held a ribbon cutting Thursday morning for the new VMDO designed area transit center, an operations and maintenance facility on Avon Street in Downtown Charlottesville. The building will allow the bus fleet to grow when the community is ready … Continue reading

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Massie Road Central Plant featured in inform Magazine

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Charlottesville breaks ground for new transit facility

Charlottesville broke ground Monday afternoon on a new maintenance and operations center for the city’s transit system. The center will be located on Avon Street Extended in Albemarle County. The LEED certified center will consist of four buildings, on roughly … Continue reading

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Burning Daylight Barn in inform

The summer 2005 edition of inform: Architecture + Design in the Mid-Atlantic features VMDO’s design of Burning Daylight Barn, located in Albemarle County, Virginia. Entitled “Horse Sense,” the article discusses how the “stringent demands of the client and an intelligent … Continue reading

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