Allard Ward Architects
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Allard Ward Architects was established in 1995 with a focus on providing comprehensive programming, design, and planning services. We believe architecture is a complex and demanding discipline requiring analytical insight, technical skill, open-mindedness and creativity. We apply innovative thinking and a comprehensive working approach to achieve unique solutions to meet specific client needs. High quality design is essential, of course, but we feel it is fundamentally important to address the whole array of issues that clients bring to projects. We are always anxious to meet clients who wish to collaborate in a process of building work of enduring quality.
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Building Design, Floor Plans, Historic Building Conservation, Home Additions, Home Remodeling, House Plans, New Home Construction, Sustainable Design
19 Projects for Allard Ward Architects
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East Nashville, Nashville, TN
Russell Street Residence
Belle Meade Links, Nashville, TN
Windsor Drive Residence
Woodland in Waverly, Nashville, TN
Benton Avenue Residence
Belmont/Hillsboro, Nashville, TN
Blair Boulevard Residence
2616 Belmont Boulevard
19th Avenue South
18th Avenue South
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3 Reviews for Allard Ward Architects
more than $100,000
I have used Michael Ward with Allard Ward Architects several times! Michael and his team do an amazing job and are experts at blending form and function. I highly recommend this firm to anyone (especially those in historic neighborhoods) looking for designers who are mindful of the community at large and their clients' needs and wants!
November 1, 2014
more than $100,000
My wife and I are ecstatic with our renovation and the architectural design from Allard Ward. When we receive compliments on our home we consistently start by complimenting Michael Ward and the other individuals who worked on our project. Our project encompassed a complete remodel and significant expansion of our 1920’s bungalow near Belmont University. In addition to the architectural component, Michael quickly came to our aid and helped us several times whenever a mid-project design problem occurred. We have zero complaints and could not be happier with our new home.
June 6, 2014
Allard Ward Architects was hired by Steve Ezell, developer for the 3 house infill project.
more than $100,000
Michael Ward and Kaitlyn Smous of Allard Ward Architects designed our new home and we love it. The process of working with them was absolutely delightful, we continue to be grateful for the experience. They were good listeners, thoughtful problem solvers, creative, respectful of our budget, and very reassuring and responsive during the building process. We built in a neighborhood with historic zoning and Michael Ward was particularly knowledgable about the process of working with the historic commission. While working with them was very professional, designing a home is also very personal. Michael and Kaitlyn made it easy for us because of their great personalities and their unique abilities. We miss them and would love to work with them again.
June 2, 2014
Commented: Please share the type of stone flooring, if possible.The flooring is Pennsylvania Blue Stone. It is full bed depth thickness (usually 1-1/2” to 2” thick) laid in a mud bed of mortar.
April 14, 2018
Commented: StairsThanks for the question! The stair treads are white oak with a semi-transparent black stain; and, of course the risers are painted.
February 19, 2017
Commented: What colour are the walls? ThanksThanks for the question! I believe that interior is painted the same as the exterior, but a different sheen (flat instead of satin).
October 1, 2016
Commented: what is the exterior color and trim color please?That stucco color is "Cream-Buff". The trim color is Sherwin Williams SW7047 Porpoise.
April 20, 2016
Commented: Cabinet hardwareThanks for the question! The homeowner actually picked the cabinet hardware - luckily, they have very good taste! They do look similar to Rocky Mountain Hardware's "Rail" pulls.
April 13, 2016