Tag: Adaptive Reuse

The Rotunda

The Rotunda lofts on St. Paul’s Boulevard is an extreme adaptive re-use and renovation of a 1970’s commercial office building. Prior to beginning design, VIA

1911 to 2021 at The Essex

VIA design wanted to throw it back to 1911 and recreate the original photo of our home, The Essex. Check it out!

Living With Water @ Fort Monroe

VIA design is activating the industrial waterfront at Fort Monroe. Keith Oliver, VIA’s Principal Landscape Architect, will address the overarching goal and guidelines for work

Supporting Our Local Cultural Landscape

The City of Norfolk has become a magnet and unprecedented model for the importance and influence of the ARTS SCENE as a definition of our

Living with Water – The HULL Story

VIA’s history and expertise in flood plain resiliency comes from our 30-year focus and efforts on shifting our design practice to advancing how we think

Branding By Design – The Essex

The Essex is VIA design’s beautiful home located in the heart of Downtown Norfolk. It is an example of Branding by Design, an integrated service

Governor Northam Announces Fort Monroe Redevelopment Plans

Governor Northam officially announced redevelopment plans for Fort Monroe Authority yesterday. The redevelopment plans include adaptive reuse of multiple historic buildings along with construction of new buildings and