Well folks, we think it is a mighty good time to give you all an update on some of the work that has been keeping us happily busy. This post will be heavy on imagery and light on verbiage. We are trying to give a peak into a lot of the details that mostly get washed over or left out when presenting work. You know, the gritty and not-so-polished yet intriguing parts.
This could be seen as self aggrandizement (we have to market ourselves, people!), but we promise it is more light-hearted and therapeutic than that. Also, we are just so damn excited about what we do. So sit back or lean forward... really which ever posture you find comfortable... and enjoy.
1st Project: Neyland Residence
Details: A house that will hopefully start construction in Long Beach, MS in early 2017.
2nd Project: Kastler Residence
Details: A renovation to a Katrina Cottage in Ocean Springs, MS that should be finalized by the end of the year.
3rd Project: Truxillo Residence
Details: A steel and concrete addition to an existing house in Ocean Springs, MS.
4th Project: Walter Anderson Museum of Art, exterior signage.
Details: An aluminum sign that will signify the entry to the museum. While we would like to claim credit for the beautiful trees, we have to give all credit to Walter for his artistic genius.
The bent post of the WAMA sign will be the color above. Once again, we have to give credit to Walter for the selection-- it was the color of his boat that is hanging in the museum.
5th Project: Paddles Up
Details: An interior overhaul of a cool paddle board shop in Ocean Springs. We essentially created the coolest peg board walls imaginable. Big shout out to Bryan Milling with Engraving Hub in Ocean Springs, MS for cutting the panels and Charlie Batten for installing them at an unbelievably fast pace. The project is about 2/3's the way through construction.
Bryan Milling assembling the crazy cool signage that he and Charlie Batten built that will be behind the cash wrap.
If you have made it this far, THANKS! It was a fun ride, but now we have to get back to work. Stay tuned for future updates on all the weird and fun stuff TALL will be creating.