StudioAmmons is an award winning firm of architects, exhibit and museum designers, graphic designers, and industrial designers located in Petersburg, Virginia.
We specialize in:
- Historic Preservation
- Museum and Exhibit Design
- Graphics and Web Design
- Signage and Wayfinding
By offering a broad range of design disciplines in-house, StudioAmmons provides our clients with fully-integrated design solutions, where wayfinding, architecture, graphics, marketing and interpretive planning are developed together in a collaborative environment creating unified products that respond directly to our client's mission and core values.
Visioning is our greatest strength. A hallmark of the firm’s philosophy is our ability to listen to our clients, consultants and stakeholders, distilling from the conversation, both the grand and subtle implications of their needs, desires, and intentions. We then create the collaborative environment necessary to shaping a project direction that is unified in its support and clearly focused on our clients’ goals and objectives.
Terry Ammons, the Principal of StudioAmmons, is a 1987 architectural graduate of Virginia Tech and has worked for over 28 years in the architecture and museum fields working on museums throughout the U.S. and Europe. His recent interpretive designs at Sailor’s Creek Battlefield and several Virginia state parks have won plaudits across the state. He also provided award winning restoration and exhibit design for the recently completed Robert Russa Moton Museum, the national center for the study of Civil Rights in Education and has recently provided planning and design services to such nationally recognized museums as Wyoming’s National Museum of Wildlife Art and the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk, Virginia.
Where to Find Us
ON THE WEB: www.studioammons.com | email@example.com
ON FACEBOOK: studioammons
IN THE OFFICE: 235 N. Market Street, Petersburg, VA 23803 ph: 804.722.1667
Go to Exit 52, Washington and Wythe Streets.
Take the Washington Street Exit (one way street).
Go 6 blocks on Washington, until you get to Market Street (at Library)
Turn Right on Market Street
Go two blocks. The building will be on your right.