the digitally printed works: architectural digest, august 2016

September 1st 2016 Comments: 5

The following story, a tour of Bobby McAlpine’s Lake Martin, Alabama home, appeared as an article on Architectural Digest’s newly expanded online content. We are reprinting it with their kind permission. The article was written by Jacqueline Terrebonne and photographed by Erica George Dines. Leave it to an architect to create … [read more]

the printed works: southern living, march 2016

April 13th 2016 Comments: 4

The following story, an interview with A. Hayes Town award winner Bobby McAlpine, appeared in the March issue of Southern Living magazine. We are reprinting it with their kind permission. The article was written by Mimi Read and photographed by Jonny Valiant. A special video interview with Bobby also follows. Ever … [read more]

the printed works: NYC&G, april 2016

March 24th 2016 Comments: 4

The following cover story, “Northern Light”, appeared in the April issue of New York Cottage & Gardens magazine. We are reprinting it with their kind permission. The article was written by Alejandro Saralegui and photographed by Simon Upton. The buzz around Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up might have quieted down a … [read more]

the printed works: CTC&G, march 2016

March 10th 2016 Comments: 2

The following article, “New Home, Old Soul”, appeared in the March issue of CTC&G (Connecticut Cottage and Gardens) magazine. We are reprinting it with their kind permission. The article was written by Alexa Stevenson and photographed by Mick Hales. “They are the Masters: I have never known architects so creative and … [read more]

one in a hundred

December 3rd 2015 Comments: 7

According to the magazine – “Each of the tastemakers named to this year’s AD100 list has a vision: Some are daredevils, some are classicists, but all are supremely confident. From dynamic decorators recalibrating beloved traditions to enterprising architects shaking up a skyline near you, these 100 thought leaders—among them 19 … [read more]

McAlpine Journal: One in a Hundred

the printed works: veranda june/july 2015

November 5th 2015 Comments: 3

A collaboration between two strong talents is always a tricky dance. But architect Bobby McAlpine and decorator Susan Ferrier are like the Astaire and Rogers of the design world. As old pros who have worked together time and again, they make it look as blithe as can be. Consider this … [read more]

McAlpine Journal: The Printed Works

The Printed Works: Veranda March/April 2015

July 23rd 2015 Comments: 2

We are reprinting it with their kind permission. The article was written by Mimi Reed and photographed by Erica George Dines. Susan Ferrier creates rooms that are the visual equivalent of a Gregorian chant. They’re dusky and glinting, tranquil and exciting. Her slipcovers even evoke the simplicity of monk’s robes. Bright … [read more]

McAlpine Journal: Veranda

a lady’s home journal

February 19th 2015 Comments: 0

If, by some reason, you’re unfamiliar with this lovely lady, you’re bound to know her printed handiwork – Veranda magazine, the veritable Southern lexicon of taste, style and design.  Conceived at Lisa’s breakfast table almost thirty years ago, this iconic magazine blossomed under her leadership and is a now a … [read more]

McAlpine Journal: Partners

the (digitally) printed works: TRADhome fall 2012

December 11th 2014 Comments: 1

A Tale of Two Styles:  Country When most people think of design in the Music City, contemporary rarely comes to mind.  Enter a new style in the New South, where country and city looks often meld. Case in point is the latest project from designer Ray Booth and the team … [read more]

the printed works: traditional home october 2014

November 20th 2014 Comments: 4

 And not just any issue but their 25th Silver Anniversary issue! We are reprinting it with their kind permission. As a bonus for our blog readers, I’ve included some of our original design drawings of the house. The article was written by Eleanor Lynn Nesmith and photographed by Emily Jenkins Followill.  David Baker … [read more]

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