Studio G ARCHITECTURE Opens New Office in Nashville

studio g ARCHITECTURE, a holistic architectural and interior design studio based in Henderson, Nevada announced the opening of its first Nashville office. Located at 111 Broadway, Suite 300, above Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery, studio g ARCHITECTURE is now operating from a 10,000 square-feet co-working space the firm designed.

“We are pleased to announce our new Nashville office and are thankful for the opportunity to expand our architectural footprint in the south,” said Michael Gardner, founder of studio g ARCHITECTURE. “I enjoy working throughout Tennessee, and appreciate the authenticity and inspiration found in its architecture. With several new projects underway here, it was a perfect time to open an office.”

studio g ARCHITECTURE has been retained for three Tennessee-based hotel design projects. Currently in its first phase and breaking ground in February of 2019 is the Tru by Hilton Royal Parkway hotel at the Nashville International Airport. The hotel will feature 115 rooms and will follow a modular steel design, the model design standard for Tru by Hilton hotels. In Lebanon, studio g is designing a dual brand Tru by Hilton and Home 2 Suites hotel that will feature 160 rooms and 11,000 square-feet of retail space. A project in Cookeville will convert a Holiday Inn Express into a dual brand Tru by Hilton and Home 2 Suites hotel that will feature 160 rooms.

“We have been very fortunate to utilize our architectural expertise for projects all over the world, and we are now looking forward to contributing to Nashville’s hotel and hospitality architecture,” said Gardner.

About Michael Gardner

Michael Gardner and his firm designed both the 2013 and 2016 New American Home®. Gardner’s projects include mixed use developments in Texas, Tennessee and Georgia as well as hospitality/resort developments throughout the country. Gardner’s Las Vegas architecture work has included ultra-luxury Las Vegas residences in ASCAYA, The Ridges, Mandarin Oriental and Mt. Charleston, among others. He has received several field-related honors and awards, including being a member of the American Institute of Architects and certification through the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. He is LEED AP certified, and a member of the U.S. Green Building Council, demonstrating his commitment to sustainable design and development within his field.