Set in a National Landmark and possibly the purest example of a Greek Revival row of townhouses extant in the country: Linden Row has been the stomping ground of layers of Richmond history makers from school age Edgar Allen Poe, whose Enchanted Garden is rumored to have laid there, to legendary Richmond preservationist Mary Wingfield Scott who gave the property to the Historic Richmond Foundation in 1980. These houses are now part of Linden Row Inn with extant stair prologs and rear facade porches connecting the structures into one hotel. ADO redesigned the lobby entrance and reception desk with a contemporary desk of Carrera panels evocative of the grand mantels on site. The project also included a restaurant build out for Urban Farmhouse’s tenure there.
client Savara/Properties/Urban Farmhouse