Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Designer Showhouse
WHEN: Open for touring February 15 – March 8, 2020
LOCATION: 2716 Ridgewood Road, Atlanta, GA 30327
TICKETS: Click here to purchase tickets.
Regular tickets: $25
Ride Share:There is no parking at the home or on the street near the home. Please plan on using a ride share service.
Shuttle Lot: There will be a shuttle operating from the parking lot at 2194 Marietta Blvd NW. Atlanta, GA 30318
Standing Peachtree Park: Limited parking will be available at Standing Peachtree Park next door (2630 Ridgewood Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30327). There is no shuttle from this lot. Please be careful when opening your car doors when parking along the curb inside the park.
ABOUT THE SHOWHOUSE
Atlanta magazine and Atlanta Magazine’s HOME are excited to partner with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to present the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Designer Showhouse, opening to the public in early 2020. Harrison Design’s Modern Studio Director, Robert Tretsch III, has created an architectural masterpiece, inspired by a 1945 Atlanta Youth Symphony performance. The dramatic arc of compositions by Rossini and Schubert were his muse, as the home’s understated exterior belies its striking, light-filled design. ADCO Construction brings this contemporary design to Buckhead, with the use of modern-styled brick, stucco, concrete, and steel. Many of the finest interior designers in Atlanta will come together to create an interior vision to complement the contemporary architecture. The distinguished design team consists of top talent including Matthew Quinn of Design Galleria, Bill Peace of Peace Design, and Barbara Westbrook—to name a few.
ABOUT THE ARCHITECT
Founded in Atlanta in 1991, Harrison Design is a full-service architecture firm with residential expertise that encompasses a range of architectural styles—from traditional to modern. Harrison Design approaches every job as an artisan with great attention to detail, creative problem solving, and quality finishing. Harrison Design’s Modern Studio Director, Robert Tretsch III, joined Harrison Design in 2003. After earning a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Syracuse University, Robert began his career as an intern at TVS Design in Atlanta before working for firms in Princeton and Atlanta. His professional affiliations include the American Institute of Architects, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, and Rotary Club of Buckhead.
ABOUT THE BUILDER
ADCO Construction embraces the highest level of detail and craftsmanship that clients expect in a truly custom experience. As a boutique firm, ADCO Construction is able to guide each project with a hands-on approach from initial design to final completion, catering to clients looking to create not just a home, but a lifestyle. From property management to remodels, additions and new construction, their family-owned and operated company stays true to their foundation of providing service that is as passionate, inspiring, and unique as the clients they work with and the Atlanta community they serve.
ABOUT THE ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Atlanta is known for its Southern hospitality, its booming film industry, its dynamic sports teams and its diverse musical heritage. At the heart of that musical heritage is the Grammy Award-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. This is a transformational time for both Atlanta and the Atlanta Symphony, and the ASO’s 75th season will not only celebrate the Orchestra’s rich history, but will set the stage for the future. The ASO continues to affirm its position as one of America’s leading orchestras with world-class performances, renowned guest artists and engaging education initiatives. As a cornerstone for artistic development in the Southeast, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performs more than 150 concerts per season, including educational and community concerts, for a combined audience of more than a quarter million people.
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About The Beneficiary
Proceeds from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Showhouse will benefit the Orchestra’s education and community engagement programs. Each year, the ASO shares the beauty of orchestral music with thousands of young people through our Concerts for Young People, Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra, Talent Development Program, Student Ticket Program and the Family Concert Series. It is thanks to the generosity of the community, that we are able to engage and delight the next generation of classical music lovers.