Young-Williams Animal Village

Knoxville, Tennessee

Young-Williams Animal Center retained Johnson Architecture to design a new facility located in an existing metal building in West Knoxville.

The new center houses animal adoption, a spay/neuter clinic and retail space. The renovation and addition utilize natural lighting through the addition of skylights and storefront windows and doors throughout the building. The existing building underwent a complete facade renovation with a style that keeps with the East Tennessee vernacular.

The exterior building materials include a natural stone veneer base, heavy timber beams and columns and a standing seam metal roof. There are new covered outdoor play spaces for the animals to enjoy that also allow visitors to see the animals before entering the facility. The exposed structure and wood beams in the lobby help tie together the look of the interior and exterior.

Young-Williams Animal Center retained Johnson Architecture to design a new facility located in an existing metal building in West Knoxville.

The new center houses animal adoption, a spay/neuter clinic and retail space. The renovation and addition utilize natural lighting through the addition of skylights and storefront windows and doors throughout the building. The existing building underwent a complete facade renovation with a style that keeps with the East Tennessee vernacular.

The exterior building materials include a natural stone veneer base, heavy timber beams and columns and a standing seam metal roof. There are new covered outdoor play spaces for the animals to enjoy that also allow visitors to see the animals before entering the facility. The exposed structure and wood beams in the lobby help tie together the look of the interior and exterior.





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Young-Williams Animal Village

Knoxville, Tennessee

Client

Young-Williams Animal Center

Size

9575

Completion

2010

Cost

9000000

Services Provided

Architectural Design

Key Personnel

Key Personnel Test

daryl-johnson-aia-ncarb

Awards

Address(es)

6400 Kingston Pike,Knoxville,Tennessee,37919
Rooms

Housing Units

Seats

Consultant(s)

Reference(s)

Janet Testerman, CEO
865-215-6599, [email protected], Young-Williams Animal Center, 3201 Division Street, , Knoxville, 37919
Young-Williams Animal Village

Knoxville, Tennessee

Young-Williams Animal Center retained Johnson Architecture to design a new facility located in an existing metal building in West Knoxville.

The new center houses animal adoption, a spay/neuter clinic and retail space. The renovation and addition utilize natural lighting through the addition of skylights and storefront windows and doors throughout the building. The existing building underwent a complete facade renovation with a style that keeps with the East Tennessee vernacular.

The exterior building materials include a natural stone veneer base, heavy timber beams and columns and a standing seam metal roof. There are new covered outdoor play spaces for the animals to enjoy that also allow visitors to see the animals before entering the facility. The exposed structure and wood beams in the lobby help tie together the look of the interior and exterior.

PROJECT DETAILS

Young-Williams Animal Center retained Johnson Architecture to design a new facility located in an existing metal building in West Knoxville.

The new center houses animal adoption, a spay/neuter clinic and retail space. The renovation and addition utilize natural lighting through the addition of skylights and storefront windows and doors throughout the building. The existing building underwent a complete facade renovation with a style that keeps with the East Tennessee vernacular.

The exterior building materials include a natural stone veneer base, heavy timber beams and columns and a standing seam metal roof. There are new covered outdoor play spaces for the animals to enjoy that also allow visitors to see the animals before entering the facility. The exposed structure and wood beams in the lobby help tie together the look of the interior and exterior.





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