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Category: Civic and Cultural

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Fogelman Gallery of Contemporary Art

This new Fine Art Gallery was created out of offices and a library in the former U of M Law School. Divided by an essential corridor, two galleries were created which allow for two separate art exhibits to be held at the same time or the glass entry doors can be opened to allow for one large exhibit. The continuous wood floor unites the spaces and gives this gallery a feeling of warmth and welcoming. Ceiling-Mounted, Ductless VAV HVAC systems are used to condition the spaces. Read More
Posted by Eli Cloud at Thursday, April 6, 2017

Camp Kia Kima Dining Hall

CHICKASAW COUNCIL OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA Located in the center of camp, this new 12,000 SF dining hall seats 540 boys at one sitting. The building also serves as a conference center, an education center, an indoor climbing wall facility, and a theater. Two massive fireplaces with carved mantles, located at either end of the dining area, reinforce the connection between nature and the man made environment. Using local stone, timber trusses, metal roof and wood... Read More
Posted by Eli Cloud at Thursday, April 6, 2017

Bert Ferguson Aquatic Facility

THE CITY OF MEMPHIS The walls of this prototype for community aquatic centers in Memphis open to the outside during warm months to provide natural ventilation. The plans feature a 7,800 SF zero-depth entry pool with built-in pool toys, a curvilinear water slide, and six 25-yard competition lanes. Designed for year-round swimming, the indoor pool opens onto a sun deck overlooking a community park and incorporates local art into the building's surfaces. Read More
Posted by Eli Cloud at Thursday, April 6, 2017

ANF Architects Offices

Rejuvenating an historic residence, ANF created central art galleries to serve as a focal point for the architectural studios, offices, and conference rooms. Located in the culturally rich and diverse Midtown area of Memphis, within minutes of the interstate and Memphis International Airport, the offices host ongoing regional art shows and special events for a variety of community groups. Read More
Posted by Eli Cloud at Thursday, April 6, 2017

WOLF RIVER HARBOR BOARDWALK AND OUTDOOR CLASSROOM

MARIA MONTESSORI SCHOOL ANF Architects worked with the Maria Montessori School and in cooperation with the Harbor Town Community Association to create a 4' by 175' wood boardwalk along the existing nature trail and over a drainage way, behind the Maria Montessori School overlooking Wolf River Harbor. The boardwalk includes an expanded "lookout spot" that also serves as an ecology classroom and outdoor art display. The boardwalk is open to the public and is truly... Read More
Posted by Eli Cloud at Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Memphis International Airport (MSCAA) Design Work

    On Call/Open-End Design Services   ANF has provided extensive architectural & engineering services for the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority. Since 2014, we have been the airport's designated consulting architect leading a multidisciplinary team of architects, engineers, and interior designers in the completion of multiple projects that will allow the airport to move forward with the construction of the $214 million dollar Concourse B modernization... Read More
Posted by Eli Cloud at Wednesday, March 1, 2017 | 0 comments

HEALTH DEPARTMENT MADISON BUILDING RENOVATION

      SHELBY COUNTY ANF Architects is providing complete architectural & engineering services to renovate & restore this historic building located at 1060 Madison Avenue.  Built in 1926 by Dr Louis Levy, 1060 Madison originally housed The Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Hospital. From 1988 to 2012 the building served as the Regional Forensics Center, and now, stands vacant.  The 26,000 square foot renovation of this 3-story building... Read More
Posted by Eli Cloud at Monday, January 2, 2017

Wonders Cultural Series - Czars Exhibition

One of a series of exhibitions put on by Wonders: Memphis International Cultural Series, this exhibition highlighted the rise and fall of the Romanov Empire. Displaying over 200 artifacts from the Kremlin Museum in 80 cases, this exhibit chronicles the life of the Russian Czars from the eighteenth century through 1913. ANF designed replicas of the Kremlin wall, the interiors of Eastern Orthodox churches, and parade grounds in the Kremlin. Read More
Posted by Eli Cloud at Saturday, April 6, 2013

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