A is for After Hours

Posted on July 12, 2012 · Posted in Alloy In The Community, News

As it turns out, our carpenters are not only exceedingly talented, ahem “C-Ville Best Carpenter 2009 & 2010”, but they are also sensitive – real sweethearts (don’t tell them I told you). Apparently, creativity begets creativity and instead of going home after work to soak their weary bones, they toil..
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Champions in the Better Business Challenge!

Posted on June 27, 2012 · Posted in Awards, News

We are so excited to be named 2012 Better Business Champions! Over the last year, we’ve been working hard to improve sustainability and green practices as part of the Better Business Challenge – a friendly, year-long competition among local business to encourage “greening” of office spaces and business practices. A..
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B is for Belmont Bridge

Posted on January 25, 2012 · Posted in News

Project Gait-Way emerged as an answer to the rally cry of citizens, unsatisfied with current re-design efforts of the Belmont Bridge. Open to the public and encouraging collaboration between inspired professionals and the community at large, the Belmont Bridge Design Competition is seeking innovative and extraordinary solutions. The response has..
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M is for Moving

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In looking for a a new home for Alloy, we were absolutely committed to staying downtown. We live and play in Charlottesville; and as a company we want to invest in the city we love. Bringing new life to an old building is one of our passions. By renovating an..
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L is for Lana Del Rey

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When we first heard of Ms. Del Rey, we were skeptical. A trailer park persona with a millionaire daddy? Seemed to us like a manufactured story meant to sell albums. Apparently others have also considered these facts, as she attracts as many rabid haters as she does fanatical fans. Even..
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Posted on November 17, 2011 · Posted in News

Alloy Workshop designed (with Rowen Barton Studio) and built this beautiful space with custom furniture, fixtures, graphics and metal work. Our clients wanted thoughtful, smart design that evoked nostalgia, elegance and timelessness. Dan thought up the name Commonwealth during the initial design phase as we explored images and ideas of..
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Alloy Workshop wins an AIA Award for Restaurant Design!

Posted on October 12, 2010 · Posted in Awards, News

The Central Virginia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA CV) recently hosted the Biennial Awards Gala in which Alloy Workshop received...

Best Carpenter in Charlottesville!

Posted on September 22, 2010 · Posted in Awards, News

The C-Ville has announced the winners of their annual Best of C-Ville contest and Alloy Workshop has won Best Carpenter...

Rose Hill

Our Office

Posted on September 21, 2010 · Posted in News

In January of 2012, we moved into our renovated office on Rose Hill Drive in downtown Charlottesville. Formerly a discreet private detective’s office...

Alloy Workshop Renovation Project Featured on Front Cover of July Cville Abode Magazine

Posted on July 14, 2010 · Posted in News, Press

The feature article in the July Abode issue focuses on poolhouses in Charlottesville. Alloy Workshop built and designed a renovation...