Glavé & Holmes Architecture (G&HA) is excited to be working with the Virginia Historical Society (VHS) to upgrade existing facilities for “The Story of Virginia” exhibit.

G&HA and the VHS have shared a long-standing relationship over the past 25 years. G&HA previously designed three major additions for the museum, which contain the library, galleries, and archival storage. These three additions envelop the original Battle Abbey – initially built as a Memorial in 1912.

For details about ongoing activities at the Virginia Historical Society, see recent articles in the Richmond Times-Dispatch or in Richmond BizSense.

About Glavé & Holmes Architecture’s Cultural Studio
The Cultural Studio was generated out of a core focus area in the history of Glavé & Holmes Architecture. Jim Glavé’s original passion and interest was in revitalization and preservation, which often manifested itself through museum projects and work with cultural sites. The studio’s ongoing focus is on these cultural facilities – places that draw the community for congregation, learning and reflection. These are the properties that reflect the culture, personality and uniqueness of communities from the micro to the macro scale. To learn more about G&HA’s Cultural Studio or see select projects, visit www.glaveandholmes.com.