If every building had a soundtrack, the 60,000-square-foot addition to Luck Stone’s headquarters in Goochland would be blasting the ’70s band Earth, Wind and Fire.
That’s because the expanded digs, designed by SMBW Architects, has levels that are – no joke – named Sky, Earth and Core.
“Throughout the design of the building, each area has outdoor meeting space and work area where folks can enjoy the outdoors,” Luck said.
Indeed, the low-lying building blends in with nature, opening up on the back to expansive views on the south.
Charles Luck IV, who was profiled Monday in the Times-Dispatch, takes BizSense on a tour of the new and improved headquarters.
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Probably could have done without the soundtrack with the persistant drum beat.
And they let go people six months ago but still had money to build all this? We love to build palaces. That’s what bothers me about churches, too. They forget about preaching a message and get absorbed with fundraising for the building fund.