Richmond’s first boutique lifestyle hotel has gained a notable standing as both an upscale getaway for visitors and a popular destination for locals. The building dates to 1916 and originally housed J.B. Mosby & Co., a luxury dry goods and department store. Architectural history is preserved throughout the building, including its ironwork staircase, grand arches, and exquisite pine floors. At nine stories, the project offers one of the most accessible views of downtown Richmond in the entire city, especially when enjoyed from the rooftop bar.
Lighting was carefully integrated with both architecture and interior design elements throughout the project. Decorative lighting pieces set the stage for major public and guest spaces, while thoughtful and strategic application of recessed or concealed functional lighting enriches the visual surround. A focus on lighting millwork and furniture helps provide scale and detail. Close collaboration with both architect and interior designer nurtures these creative solutions.
Thoughtful lighting design has helped make Quirk one of the city’s favorite destinations for visitors and locals alike.