White Avenue Studio

Business & Nonprofit
About This Project

DAAD Architecture designed White Avenue Studio to promote creativity and productivity and Dowdle Construction built it.


The facility includes a studio for photo and video shoots, indoor and outdoor spaces for private events and a two-bedroom upstairs suite with a private entrance.


Unique to this building is a panel system Dowdle Construction designed to allow large photographic displays on the outside of the building. During a Rolling Stones concert in Nashville, a photograph of the late Bobby Keys, a former saxophone player for the Stones, was displayed in his honor on the front of the building.