Joseph & Joseph's newest client - Louisville Distilling Co. LLC - recently announced the site of their new Angel's Envy Distillery and Tourist Center on in the former Vermont American Complex on Louisville's East Main Street.
Project Architect Cash Moter was recently featured in the Courier-Journal's Snapshots of People at Work.
The roof garden Joseph & Joseph designed for the Louisville Metro Housing Authority's building received a shout-out in the March issue of Louisville magazine. It was mentioned by Claude Stephens, facilitator of outreach and regenerative design at Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest as one of his favorite outdoor spaces.
Michter's Distillery, designed by Joseph & Joseph, is playing a key role in the resurgence of Whiskey Row. See the recent coverage on WHAS-11. and an article from Business First.
A green roof project by Joseph & Joseph was highlighted in a recent Courier-Journal article about how Louisville is adapting to the changing climate. See the article and photos of Louisville Metro Housing Authority's green roof here.
The Kentucky Center for the Arts is going green. Joseph & Joseph is helping the Center replace their current roof with what could become Louisville’s largest and most visible environmentally friendly roof.
As seen in The Courier-Journal and USA Today.
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