Charlotte, NC (Oct. 19, 2017) – The Charlotte Business Journal’s annual Heavy Hitters Commercial Real Estate Awards honored top Charlotte commercial real estate projects that were completed between July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017.
On August 3rd, our Nashville team hosted the design community for an evening with live music and NeoCon product introductions.
Charlotte, NC (Feb. 8, 2017) — SmartCEO Corporate Culture Awards celebrated Alfred Williams & Company as one of 50 companies in Charlotte who have successfully championed positive, productive and performance-driven corporate culture, and have worked with their employees to develop impactful practices
Alfred Williams & Company Charlotte's 12th annual Herman Miller and Geiger We*Care Event at the Boys & Girls Club - Marsh Road was a great success thanks to the extraordinary showing from our Architecture and Design community.
Alfred Williams & Company clients, partners and employees celebrate the opening of our new showroom located at 1835 Gervais Street in Columbia, South Carolina.
Everyone had a great time celebrating and learning about Alexander Girard’s enormous contribution to design at the Raleigh showroom’s CEU event dedicated to the icon.
We are so thrilled to have inspired such an amazing reinterpretation of an Eames classic.
Up your game. Introducing the classic Eames shell you know and love in two new heights: bar and counter. View the spectrum of Eames Stools in molded wood, fiberglass, and plastic in a selection of archival colors.
Our Interior Construction Designers are spending the week at DIRTT in Calgary taking a deep dive into the amazing benefits of DIRTT over conventional construction. With DIRTT, you can truly #buildbetter
The Raleigh office participated in Alfred Williams & Company’s first annual Operation Habitat for Humanity, and we had a great time, working together to help someone in our community build their dream home!
At Alfred Williams & Company, our hearts are with our communities and all who have been impacted by extreme weather, flooding and significant damage over the past few days.
The Raleigh showroom enjoyed a visit from Herman Miller’s Creative Director, Steve Frykholm, this morning. He toured the showroom and took time to sign one of his iconic Herman Miller Picnic Posters we have hanging in the office.
The Nashville showroom hosted a Great Gatsby themed art gala benefiting Faith Family Medical Center. The event featured works by Richard Heinsohm, Alex Lockwood and Karen Seapker, with special guest curator KJ Shumacher.
Herman Miller and Alfred Williams & Company hosted James B. Hunt Library’s third event with speaker, John Berry, author of Herman Miller: The Purpose of Design.
“Isamu Noguchi’s ability to synthesise both Japanese and western art made his work like no other.”
We are proud that The Triangle Business Journal focused on Alfred Williams & Company as one of their examples for their cover story, "Triangle companies with 100-year staying power".
When we feel better, we work better. That’s one of many reasons it’s critical to consider human factors in workplace design.
Our longest and most beloved employee, Mr. Edward Curtis was featured in Triangle Business Journal’s image of the day today.