2019 Symphony ShowHouse to be held at Regas Square luxury condominiums

February 20, 2019

The Knoxville Symphony League Designer ShowHouse will be held at Regas Square luxury condominiums in June with local designers creating beautiful settings in four different residential units.

The 2019 Symphony ShowHouse, which will take place June 12-30 in downtown Knoxville, will include more than 7,000 square feet of decorated space on the sixth floor of the building, located at 333 W. Depot Ave.

Four Knoxville designers each have taken a unit to decorate in the newly constructed Regas Square, which will open for public viewing for the first time since the project was announced in 2016. Of the four units to be designed, three already are owned, and one will be available for purchase. From a two-story unit with soaring ceilings and a glass wall to a chic, urban luxury-themed bachelor pad, this ShowHouse will offer something for everyone.

The featured designers are:

  • Bennett Galleries and Interior Design
  • Ethan Allen Design Center Design Team
  • Paula Clancy of Nouveau Classics
  • Al Yanno

“The new Regas Square, on the site of the former Regas Restaurant, will showcase the work of four talented designers in four penthouse-level condominiums,” said Joyce Simms, co-chairman for the event. “We can hardly wait to see each designer’s vision of luxurious urban living come to fruition.”

The Regas Square luxury condominiums blend classic and contemporary features with thoughtful, modern design. The six-story midrise offers 101 residential units atop ground-floor retail spaces. Each unit features private parking and storage, and residents can enjoy a fitness center, as well as indoor and outdoor entertainment lounges.

“It’s such an honor to get to showcase our residences through the Knoxville Symphony League’s signature ShowHouse event,” said Conversion Properties’ Joe Petre, who is the development manager, partner and sales agent for Regas Square. “It’s a great way to support the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra and local designers while sharing our beautiful new downtown building with the community.”

The Symphony ShowHouse, now in its 32nd year, will be open for public tours every day except Monday. Hours of operation will be Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., and Sunday 1-5 p.m. Day passes are $20, and season passes are $30. Proceeds benefit the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra’s Education and Community programs.

A Symphony ShowHouse Gift Shop, which will offer a variety of gift and home décor items for purchase, will be set up in one of the decorated units.

The media sponsors for the 2019 event are WUOT 91.9, WBIR Channel 10 and the News Sentinel.

The Knoxville Symphony League is a membership-driven guild of volunteers that has benefited the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra through a variety of fundraisers since 1952. The ShowHouse is one of the league’s biggest annual events and funds KSO programs that provide cultural and educational outreach in the community.

“The Symphony ShowHouse is always a fun way to support the KSO programs that are enjoyed by so many members of our community,” Simms said. “Save the date and plan to bring a friend to tour these beautiful residences to draw design inspiration for your own spaces and to support the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra.”

For more information about the Symphony ShowHouse, visit www.knoxvillesymphony.com/showhouse For more information about Regas Square, visit http://regassquare.com.