The Charlotte Business Journal featured an article regarding our latest restaurant design project. Our design team worked with the folks at True Crafted Pizza for their Stonecrest restaurant in 2013.
The London International Creative Competition recognizes and rewards the world’s most fresh and progressive talents. The LICC Award identifies innovative and expressive art and design across a diverse range of formats, from printmaking and photography, to fashion, architecture and more. As they state on their website, "We’re not looking for anything done by-the-book. We’re looking for work that is as visual as it is vital."
Wagner Murray is seeking an Architect or Architectural Designer to add to our team of creatives. The chosen candidate must possess a professional attitude, excellent communication, interpersonal skills, and be a reliable, passionate employee. Full time position available to start June 2019.
The Charlotte Business Journal featured an article yesterday highlighting the Carolina Panthers new indoor practice facility, dubbed “The Bubble”, designed by Wagner Murray. Our team is working closely with The Panthers and city officials to get this project completed for 2019 pre-season practices. As the article points out, Wagner Murray had the opportunity to design […]
After completing the award winning lobby and façade renovation at 101 North Tryon (formerly Independence Center), building owners turned their attention to the underutilized space next door, the Atrium. With high ceilings, lots of glass, and exposed structure, this vast area serves as an indoor connection between the 20-story office building and adjacent Marriott Hotel.
On the heels of our Center City bridge improvements, Wagner Murray is once again in the final stages of a new bridge design. This time, the project is Bridge and Platform Improvements for the Kannapolis Train Station. The Kannapolis Gateway project, undertaken by the North Carolina Rail Division, advances the efforts to modify and upgrade […]
The city of Gastonia is in the process of renovating, or has recently opened, several development projects breathing new life in abandoned mill and office buildings. The Loray Mill and Trenton Mill projects, just to name a few, are making an impact and a sustaining a continued interest. At 212 W. Main Ave., our clients Jim […]
Wagner Murray's restaurant work was featured in the Greater Charlotte Hospitality Magazine, July/August issue that hit mailboxes recently. This magazine is produced by the local Hospitality and Tourism Alliance (HTA).
Over the years, Wagner Murray has remained dedicated to strategically incorporating art, light, and color into our design projects, as a way of connecting people to the environment around them. This approach has since earned the moniker “placemaking.” Art integration not only supports overall neighborhood beautification, but also helps to improve social well-being and economic development.