Expert Advice from ACM Design Featured on North Carolina Design

[caption id="attachment_6850" align="alignright" width="1800"] Family Room of the Ramble Romantic of Biltmore Forest[/caption]   “Tips Of The Trade” From North Carolina Design Experts Posted on | August 6, 2015 | Once again, several of our design professionals weigh in, sharing some great tips with readers for all areas of the home. With years of experience creating living spaces that speak to who their cleints are...

Asheville Citizen-Times, July 2015

ACM Design Featured in Asheville Citizen-Times

[caption id="attachment_7070" align="alignright" width="1800"] Open, two-story Great Room in Modern Rustic Mountain Estate Home[/caption] Home of the Week: Sumptuous Mountainside Estate TEXT BY JAKE FLANNICK CITIZEN-TIMES CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY ANGELI WRIGHT AWRIGHT@CITIZEN-TIMES.COM Tucked on a mountainside in South Asheville is a serene property awash in hundreds of flowers and shrubs, all of them neatly arranged, adorning meandering cascades and mulched paths. But its botanical charm was...

Press Release: ACM Design Awarded Prestigious Griffin Award

ACM Design Awarded the Griffin Award for Rehabilitation - 2015 Asheville, NC - Each year the Presevation Society of Asheville and Buncombe County presents the Griffin Awards for projects achieving the goals of historic preservation within our area. Various categories include: Restoration, Rehabilitation, Adaptive Re-Use, In-Fill Construction Within a Historic Distric or Traditional Neighborhood, Research, Publication & Education, Stewardship, and Preservation....

ACM Design Featured on NC Design

A Blue Ridge Mountain Dream Called “Home” When Marcus Katz and his wife, Pearl Baker Katz, decided to create their dream home in Western North Carolina, they initially set their sights on a small renovation. As they worked with Asheville Architect, Amy Conner-Murphy, owner of ACM Design, the vision they had for their dream home began to take shape – and transformed...

North Carolina Design Online, January 2013

ACM Design Green Built House Highlighted on NC Design

[caption id="attachment_6861" align="aligncenter" width="1800"] Front Elevation at Night of the Sustainable Living Craftsman[/caption] In a recent blog post by NC Design Online, one of ACM Design's past projects is discussed as one of the favorites currently online. [edgtf_blockquote text="“I could find myself immediately at home in this Mountain Craftsman styled home designed by Asheville architect, Amy Conner-Murphy, AIA, of ACM Design and...

North Carolina Design Online, September 2012

Asheville Architect, Amy Conner-Murphy, Featured on NC Design Online

A “Show & Tell” With A Great Mountain View Posted on | August 26, 2012 | It’s been a while since we have had one of our Show & Tell features. Today we hear from Amy Conner-Murphy, AIA, of the Asheville architecture and interior design firm, ACM Design. In her own words Amy shares with us a little from both her professional...

Vote for ACM Design

ACM Design has entered the North Carolina Design Living In Style Interior Design Contest and we're asking for your votes! All you have to do is visit NC Design Online and leave a comment on any North Carolina Design blog post, naming the entry/room you are voting for. Our entry name is: "I'll Light the Fire" Here's a link to our submission online:...

Asheville Architect, Amy Conner-Murphy of ACM Design on HomePortfolio.com

ACM Design's Principal architect and founder Amy Conner-Murphy has been selected for inclusion in the online database of expert designers and architects at HomePortfolio.com.  As a "virtual showroom of home designs, pictures and products," HomePortfolio chooses top notch designers to showcase their work online as a resource for over 100,000 subscribers. Be sure to check out Amy Conner-Murphy's design biography and...

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