Three Architects to Know

By | October 23rd, 2017|General|

Frank Lloyd Wright “Frank Lloyd Wright called architecture "the mother art," explaining: "Without an architecture of our own, we have no soul of our own civilization." Like the Roman Pantheon and Egyptian Pyramids, buildings tell a story of a time and place for future generations. Master architects, besides possibly Frank Lloyd Wright, don’t get [...]

Why You Should Hire an Architect and an Interior Designer

By | October 20th, 2017|General|

Many people assume interior designers are only used for home renovations, but they are an integral asset to any project. From building your home to large-scale commercial jobs such as hospitals, office buildings, schools, even commuter stations, interior designers play an important role. Let’s break down the difference between an architect and an interior [...]

3 Ways Tech Will Shape Architecture In the Future

By | July 27th, 2017|Architecture, General, Technology|

Can you believe it’s already been 10 years since Apple released the first iPhone? Since then, we’ve seen an explosion in global connectivity that’s completely changed everything from how we get our groceries to how we stay in touch with friends and family throughout the country. Like many other industries, the field of architecture [...]

6 Questions to Ask Your Architect

By | June 1st, 2017|General|

Designing your own home or commercial building can be a highly rewarding experience when you partner with the right architectural firm. From the floor plan to the materials, you can influence every nook and cranny of your dream house… or create a commercial building that doesn’t simply serve the needs of its occupants, but enriches [...]

4 Historic Buildings Given a New Life Through Architecture

By | May 17th, 2017|Repurposed Buildings|

In our disposable culture, where phones last two years and computers last four, it’s encouraging to see centuries-old buildings get a new life through the work of architects. While building from the ground-up is an exciting process, it can be equally challenging and rewarding to breathe new life into historic structures. As a Huntsville-based architecture [...]

Marc Goldmon on Inspirational Cities, Demanding Clients & More

By | April 25th, 2017|Staff Profile|

We recently had the opportunity to catch up with Marc Goldmon, Huntsville-based architect and partner at Matheny Goldmon Architecture & Interiors. Marc shared with us a few thoughts about partnering with clients, the differences between working on commercial and residential projects, and more… When did you know you were going to be an architect? Very [...]

An Interview With Franklin Interior Designer Janna Collins

By | April 4th, 2017|Staff Profile|

For interior designer Janna S. Collins, design comes naturally. Some of her earliest memories are of accompanying her father (a general contractor, as his father before him) to the job site, where she would take in the fascinating sights, sounds, and smells of the building process. These days, Janna leads the interior design/architecture aspect of [...]

Architect in Profile: Paul Matheny

By | March 24th, 2017|Staff Profile|

  If architect Paul Matheny isn’t at the Huntsville or Franklin office, working out the details on Matheny Goldmon’s next project, you might find him enjoying a day off with family in Leiper’s Fork – or maybe relaxing at home with a favorite book in hand and drawing pad within reach. Paul fills us in [...]

From Huntsville to Nashville: Architect Paul Matheny

By | March 7th, 2017|General, Staff Profile|

We recently had the chance to catch up with Paul Matheny (owner/architect) to discuss everything from what it means to be successful to how he’s finding the commute between Huntsville and Franklin, TN, where Matheny Goldmon Architecture + Interiors recently opened a new office. Paul, when did you know you were going to be an architect? Even [...]