Asheville Office


Design Workshop's Asheville office initially opened to support our continuing work at the Biltmore Estate and other regional resort planning and design initiatives.

With a staff comprised of landscape architects, planners and a professional support staff the office is primarily focused on resort development from the Caribbean to the northern Appalachian Ridge, cultural and conservation-based planning, strategic services, urban design, public place-making and community planning opportunities throughout the southeastern United States.


60 Biltmore Avenue
Asheville, NC 28801

Directions from Asheville Regional Airport

Area Overview

Nestled in the scenic Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina, Asheville has been well-known as a health resort and vacation destination for dignitaries and celebrities since the early 1850's. When the railroad came to Asheville in 1880, it brought a young aristocrat named George Vanderbilt who fell in love with the rich beauty of the area. A few years later, he purchased 125,000 acres and built one of the largest private residences in America, a place known as the Biltmore Estate.

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