the observations and musings of a group of architects
Thursday, May 20, 2010
The proliferation of ""flyer boxes" on Richmond's city streets has always been a curious phenomenon, especially since they are considered a form of protected free speech and thus are not regulated like other streetscape elements. Apparently, anyone can place a box in any out-of-the way spot on a public sidewalk.
The Urban Architecture Studio of Glave & Holmes is an expression of Jim Glave's passion and a continuation of his legacy. We seek to nurture the life of our towns and cities with thoughtful and contextual designs that breathe new life into existing structures through adaptations, renovations and additions. We also value opportunities to craft innovative designs for new structures that converse with the surrounding urban fabric. We believe that we have a responsibility towards the communities in which we work, to fulfill our civic duty in shaping public and private places that enhance the public discourse of our towns and cities.