Perry Poole Architects hosts a conversation at their acclaimed NoDa House on “Modern Architecture and Design”. NoDa House was awarded Charlotte Agenda’s 2018 “Home of the Year”. A tour of the house will be accompanied by an interactive discussion with creators Perry Poole, Drew Button, and Scott Newkirk of Perry Poole Architects.
The NoDa House was conceived as the first in a series of residential studies. The project served as an opportunity for Perry Poole Architects to experiment with a modified design-build method that could deliver a specific vision of design without compromise— to employ classic materials with a Modern point of view, making the most with simple gestures.
Integrated with the architecture, the studio brings that same philosophy to interior design. Complimenting their custom designed pieces- built by PPA and local craftsmen- they work with clients to curate and collect vintage pieces by American and European Modern masters.
PERRY POOLE ARCHITECTS
Perry Poole Architects is an architecture, interiors, and building collective. Practicing residential and commercial design from their studio in Charlotte, North Carolina, the firm has also worked in New York City, New Orleans, Chicago, and Los Angeles.
The studio includes architect and founder Perry Poole, architect and managing principal Drew Button, interior designer Scott Newkirk, builder Aaron Price, designer Margaret Tugwell, and design assistant Martha Henry. When not drinking coffee or eating pie, the firm pursues design as an emotional, philosophical, and pragmatic study of man-made and natural environments.