This week The GreenTree Project released the design of the next building project which will be constructed at The Retreat at Guidestone Hills.
The building and elevation was designed and donated by Bryan Moore of DBA Architects in McKinney, TX. DBA Architects is a full service architecture, master planning, and interiors firm specializing in mixed-use projects all over the United States.
The GreenTree Project is an Atlanta-based nonprofit, founded by 9-year-old, Madison Nichols. The GreenTree team is excited about the having a great long-term design partner like DBA Architects.
The new villas will be built at The Retreat at Guidestone Hills, a initiative of the nonprofit to support leadership development for the next generation of leaders. Located just 23 miles from Atlanta airport, the Retreat is one of the most accessible retreat centers in the world.
The Villas at Guidestone Hills will feature fully accessible private guest accommodations thoughtfully located lakeside and in the wooded areas of the Retreat.
Distinguished, yet casual, The Villas will offer the utmost in comfort for individuals, groups, teams, and families. Each Villa will include two guest accommodations.
The guest accommodations include four master suites each with a well-appointed private bathroom, a reading area, and loft. The dining and living areas will also accommodate 10-40 for camps, retreats, meetings, and events.
DBA also designed and donated the master plan for The Retreat at Guidestone Hills.
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