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Our next historic rehabilitation project. . .Loveless Porter Architects’ new office space!

Loveless Porter Architects will be breathing life back into two Center Street buildings that are on the City of Manassas Historic Landmarks list: Austin House and Methodist-Episcopal Church, South, both built in the early 1900s. This project is particularly exciting, as the former church (and also one-time bellydance studio), will come to life as our new office space, showcasing our design sensibilities...

8 Tips for a Successful Remodel

Most of our work is commercial: Loveless Porter Architects has helped nationally franchised gyms, restaurants and daycare centers, as well as locally-owned distillers and other entrepreneurs, design spaces that blend function and form. Now, we are sharing a few “pro tips” that homeowners can apply on smaller scale. Because your dream kitchen remodel deserves good planning, too. Happy renovating! Choose classic over...

Community Builder: Habitat for Humanity ReStore opens in Woodbridge

Not only did we get to see our work come to life with the opening of the new Habitat for Humanity ReStore location in Woodbridge, we got to hear about how this organization impacts vulnerable members of our community in ways beyond the home building service we are more familiar with. In the clip below, Traci Degroat, president of the Prince William...

Opening a distillery or brewery? A little planning goes a long way…

Build It (Properly) and They Will Come By Sean Porter, RA | Loveless Porter Architects When it comes to distilleries and breweries, the equation is not as simple as build it and they will come. These spaces must simultaneously function as a production facility, warehouse, retail shop and gathering place. To successfully pull off this balancing act requires thoughtful planning and design...