Anne Pappas Interiors Selected as Exclusive Interior Designer for Starland Village in Savannah
Friday, June 7th, 2019
Anne Pappas Interiors, one of Georgia’s leading interior design firms, has been selected to create stunning interiors at Starland Village, an exciting new mixed-use development currently under construction at Bull Street and 38th Street in the heart of Savannah’s Starland neighborhood.
A member of Coastal Living and Southern Living’s exclusive Designer Network, Anne Pappas Interiors is creating stylish residential and commercial interiors for Starland Village defined by contemporary, urban-inspired elements. From cutting-edge finishes including handcrafted jade green fireclay tile to chic metal-and-glass lighting fixtures and custom-designed wallpaper by local Savannah artists, Starland Village will feature unique finishes, textures and details.
“We’re trying to bring an urbanism that’s popular in many other cities to historic Savannah,” said Pappas. “Starland Village will gently push design boundaries and offer sleek, sophisticated interiors for 21st-century living.”
Developed by the Foram Group, Starland Village will bring together culture, dining, shopping and residential living in one vibrant, thoughtfully designed community. This multi-use property promises to be one of the city’s top destinations to live, work and play.
“The goal for the interiors is to create a design that blends the arts and cultural aspects of the present neighborhood with the storied history of the historic buildings that anchor our unique multi-use development,” said Foram Group President Travis Stringer. “Anne understood this vision immediately, and some really unique design concepts have been born from our collaboration.”
A former staff designer for the Savannah College of Art and Design’s campuses in Savannah, Atlanta and Hong Kong, Pappas offers a fresh, inspired approach to global style that will visually unite Starland Village’s residential and commercial spaces. Highlights include luxurious spaces to live and work as well as a dramatic performance space with soaring vaulted ceilings, located in the sanctuary of the former New Covenant United Methodist Church.
“Starland Village is one of the most important construction projects happening in Savannah,” said Pappas. “It’s being designed specifically for locals, which makes it particularly notable, since it will contribute to the overall quality of life in the city. I’m deeply honored to be involved in such a visionary, community-focused project.”