Culture Architecture and Design Chosen as Associate Architect for New Tennessee Titans Stadium

Culture Architect and Design is playing a pivotal role in Nashville’s monumental project as the Associate Architect, providing architecture and interior design services under the leadership of MANICA (Lead Design Architect) and TVS (Architect of Record). Their involvement is central to the stadium’s multi-purpose functionality and sustainability, aiming for LEED Gold certification.

 

 

The enclosed stadium along the East Bank of the Cumberland River will be 1.8 million square feet, have a capacity of about 60,000, and include a 12,000 square foot community space for educational and job training events. The resulting structure will host Titans games, TSU football, community events, and major global events like the Super Bowl and Final Four. Click here to read the full press release & watch the announcement video!

Culture Architecture and Design, PLLC is a full-service architecture and interior design firm that specializes in creating compelling spaces and brands. Founded by Joseph Cole in 2019, Culture’s projects range from single family homes to complex commercial buildings, with each design team curated to meet clients’ values, goals, and priorities. With a diverse background in prominent projects, they take a hands-on approach to exceed clients’ needs and ensure a pleasurable experience.

 

 

The firm stands out for its collaborative approach, engaging closely with clients and stakeholders to reflect the community’s practices and values in their designs. They believe in collaboration as a partner in innovation, combining classical training with a willingness to push boundaries and infuse projects with a unique style.

 

 

Joseph Cole, founder & CEO of Culture Architecture and Design put down his roots at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center when he opened Culture Architecture and Design’s headquarters in our space and by going through our Twendé Program (accelerator for Tennessee’s founders of color) multiple times.

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