The cover of this month’s Nashville Lifestyles magazine features top interior designer, Jonathan Pierce, in one of Terrazzo’s two-story penthouses. Pierce is the star of HGTV’s hot new show, Interiors Inc., which airs Saturdays at 9 p.m.
Pierce and his team at Pierce and Company staged #901 of the Terrazzo Penthouse Collection for the Nashville Lifestyles photo shoot. The elegant, modern furnishings and unique interior accents selected by Pierce and Company highlight the beauty of this corner condominium home overlooking The Gulch.
View the photos at NashvilleLifestyles.com. View the price and floorplan of this penthouse home.
Go green this weekend! Learn more about the benefits of sustainable living on the 2011 Middle Tennessee Green Homes Tour, sponsored by the U.S. Green Building Council and Cumberland River Compact. One dozen beautiful, eco-friendly homes are on the tour, and each is certified by a green building program.
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased online or at each home. Complimentary parking in the Terrazzo garage.
Terrazzo is Nashville’s only LEED-certified green condominium high-rise. Three of our two-story penthouse homes and one condominium flat are featured on the tour. Here are some of the green features you’ll see at Terrazzo:
- Extensive natural lighting and sweeping views from floor-to-ceiling Low-e windows
- Spacious, open floorplans with renewable bamboo flooring in the main living areas and eco-friendly carpet in bedrooms
- Large, gourmet kitchens with Energy Star rated appliances, including a gas cooktop, microwave and convection ovens, dishwasher and refrigerator
- Solid surface countertops made from recycled content
- Spacious master baths with a separate soaking tub, large tiled shower and elegant, low-flow fixtures and commodes
- Below-grade parking, preferred spaces for low emission vehicles and secure bicycle storage
During the construction of Terrazzo, more than 75% of construction waste was recycled and diverted from landfills. Today, Terrazzo homeowners continue a strong commitment to environmental sustainability with 35-40% less energy use, 40% less water consumption, regular recycling and green cleaning practices in all the common areas.
From NashvilleArts Magazine. By Demetria Kalodimos
Whoever named the Terrazzo tower in the Gulch made a good call. Terrazzo is a lovely Italian word for an art form that creates a beautiful finished product from equally beautiful yet disparate bits. And the word will take on apropos symbolism over a weekend in September (16-17). They’re calling it Art After Hours. The Nashville Association of Art Dealers will show off more than one hundred works from a dozen galleries at the top of the fourteen-story Terrazzo in its penthouse residences.
This top-floor exhibit was the brainchild of one of Nashville’s top-shelf gallery owners, Janice Zeitlin. “When Terrazzo first opened, Zeitgeist [Gallery] went into the open units and used them as gallery spaces, and you got the idea, oh, this is what this piece could be like in my home.”
Zeitlin says, “Anyone who loves art and collects art will have a great opportunity to see a large selection in a beautiful setting.”And let’s boast just a bit about that setting. Terrazzo will forever have bragging rights as the first LEED-certified highrise building in Nashville. Up top, there are seven two-story residences with ceilings up to twenty-eight feet high, fireplaces, multiple terraces, and the ultimate skyline view through top-to-bottom glass walls. Architecturally speaking, it’s an elegant anchor piece to the rejuvenated Gulch. An artistic statement to be sure.
Galleries skimming the cream of their collections for the event include Bennett Galleries, Cumberland Gallery, LeQuire, Local Color, Midtown, the Arts Company, Two Moon, Gallery Simin, Richland Fine Art, Richter Gallery of Photography, and Gallery One Contemporary Fine Art.
The event is free and open to the public, and all art will be for sale. > Read more…