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CELEBRATING FIVE MOMENTOUS ANNIVERSARIES
Pictured from left to right: Ed Zeigler, Kim Poole, David Dixon, Scott Simmons, and John Hansen
It is remarkable when a firm can celebrate multiple decades of team member dedication. This month, five CGD faithfuls including the President and CEO, Ed Zeigler celebrate anniversaries in the double and triple decades. We are honored to recognize their contributions to the firm, the community and design industry throughout their tenure.
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NEW DORMITORY AT CONVERSE COLLEGE
With classes underway, incoming juniors at Converse College are now settling into the new suite-style dormitory just off the back quad along the campus’s east corridor. CGD provided full architectural and interior design services for the three-story brick dormitory. The building has contemporary elements like bright accent colors of purple and lime green, but maintains the aesthetic and scale of the historic campus and adjacent residential neighborhood.
With a versatile classroom on the ground floor that will flex for use, the faculty and staff will benefit from added academic and meeting space, while the students enjoy the new 2nd floor terrace overlooking the lawn and campus rose garden. Suites are composed of 6 private sleeping rooms for residents opening onto spacious living areas, restrooms and kitchenette. 
LEVEL 10: RICK ERWIN DINING GROUP'S NEWEST CONCEPT
Slated for a November opening, Level 10 is Rick Erwin Dining Group’s latest endeavor. Continuing an over decade-long partnership with REDG, CGD was honored to take on the 10th floor restaurant as part of the new AC Hotel by Marriott in downtown Spartanburg, SC. 
Level 10 will offer a seasonal small plates menu, exceptional cocktails, and stellar skyline views. In keeping with the sophistication one anticipates at a REDG restaurant, the design team ran with tailored, chic materials such as wood herringbone flooring, marble mosaic tiles and accents of blue velvet on over-sized wing back chairs.
Upon entry, handcrafted blue wall covering and large white moldings draw you into the space toward a centrally located bar which functions indoors from three sides, the fourth opening to a large outdoor terrace. Above community style tables and cozy lounge groupings that surround the bar, two custom chandeliers, fashioned by a nearby Spartanburg artisan, flank each end. Glowing blue resin panels lead you from the bar into the main dining room where multiple seating options are available including floating tables, a long banquette and wingback booths for a more intimate dining experience.
Dark, plush carpeting and soaring coffered ceilings lend the dining room a dramatic quality. Two smaller terraces off of the main dining room will attract the al fresco crowd, and a third terrace opens from the private dining room. Level 10 promises to be a significant and distinguished point of interest in the ongoing narrative of downtown Spartanburg’s renewal.
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