'People are looking for smaller private spaces and larger community spaces'
Gina Emmanuel serves as a principal of Rutledge Hill-based Centric Architecture, teaming with Jim Thompson, Justin Lowe and David Plummer to guide one of the city’s more forward-thinking design firms.
Interested in the built environment since she was about 12, Emmanuel spent some of her early years in South Africa but has lived most of her life in Nashville. She joined Centric in 2002 after graduating with a degree in architecture from the University of Tennessee.
Following are some of Emmanuel’s thoughts on architecture and placemaking.
Read the article at the Nashville Post.