Modern Asheville

Friday seems to have some cool art and design events going on. Here's the skinny for those interested in participating.

Charles Counts was a member and avid supporter of the Southern Highland Craft Guild and the epitome of a Renaissance man, practicing such various disciplines as pottery, quilting, weaving, rug hooking, drawing, painting and more.

I'm kicking off a new series of posts inspired by the new construction in Asheville. Being both a designer and realtor I'm hyper-conscious of the changes occurring with our built environment...

The Modern Asheville team was invited to get a sneak peek of Twisted Laurel last night during their soft opening.

A couple of modern-day pioneers with the help of an Asheville architecture firm spread their philosophy and vision to a new home in Riceville.

This Saturday the 16th, their doors open at noon, but the festivities are between 5 and 8pm. Kelly, Chett and myself {the other Mod Squad} will no doubt be crashing it.

Take a tour of some mid-century homes in Asheville by architect Lawrence J Traber that "...speaks of modern architecture while retaining that nostalgic sense of home."

Though well built, cool and efficient, the challenge still remains the cost for modular and kit homes here in Asheville.