Richard Morse Retires

Our founding partner Richard Morse, has officially retired.
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Rebekah Holcombe

Welcome Rebekah Holcombe

Back in the spring of 2019, Cornerstone Architecture and Interior design expanded their interior design department and hired Rebekah Holcombe as the Interiors Studio Manager. During the few months she’s been on the team, she’s already proven to be indispensable! Rebekah has a B.S in Interior Design from Virginia Tech, and brings with her experience...
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Amanda Monger

New Promotion Sparks New Corporate Image

In acknowledgement of her increasing role and contributions, Cornerstone Architects promoted Amanda Monger to Director of Interior Design and rebranded the company to Cornerstone Architecture and Interior Design. Amanda was first hired by Cornerstone in 2000 as the firm’s first ever Interior Designer. Since then, the interior design department has completed hundreds of interiors projects...
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Charles Selden

Charles Selden Feature on Richmond Times Dispatch

The Richmond Times Dispatch selected our partner Charles Selden for the July 8th Decision Maker feature. This feature, located in the Business section, helps the community learn more about local executives in Richmond through a Q&A. Get to know more about Charlie by clicking the link below:
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Rick and his sailing crew

Richard Peterson’s Sailing Hobby

Our founding partner Richard Peterson has many hobbies, but the one closest to his heart is sailing. In June 2018, Rick was approached by Richmond BizSense to share more about his love for sailing. Check out the full article here:
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The CHoRP: Fronted by Cornerstone Architects

When the Children’s Hospital of Richmond Pavilion first opened its doors in March of 2016, approximately 6,400 SF of the first-floor facing Broad Street had yet to be filled.  VCU Health programmed the space for retail and gave us a call. First up was the new Gift Shop and Pharmacy.  This project’s planning and design...
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Progress Report : The Hilsabeck Residence

The Hilsabeck family desired a home adaptable for both entertaining and raising a new family. They wanted an energy efficient structure without sacrificing function or aesthetics. We drew from our experience designing Earthcraft certified buildings with passive house principles in the Mid-Atlantic and modified that approach for the southern Texas climate. The house was designed...
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