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Historic

Sullivan’s House

Formerly a schoolhouse, and then a church, this historic Sullivan’s Island landmark was transformed into a high-end residential development. Working closely with the design team, we developed a vision of transforming the existing structure into 4 residences that pay homage to the building’s history. Existing interior walls were abandoned in order to allow us to design interiors..

Hatman Building

Plenge Haberdashery – aka the Hatman Building sits at the corner of Broad and Church Streets. The building is so nicknamed due to the mural of the hatman on the Church St. facade. The building is listed on the National Historic Registry and classified as a Category 1 Historic Building by The City of Charleston...

153 Spring Street

The goal of the renovation of this Charleston single house, built in 1852, was to repair and restore as much as possible in order to keep the historic characteristics and charm of the home. The interior of the space was reconfigured to allow more of an open flow and to add additional bathrooms to each of..

The Gadsden House

Built circa 1798 by Revolutionary War hero and continental congress delegate Christopher Gadsden, the Gadsden House is a grand, Federal-style Charleston manor listed on the National Historic Register. The house was listed by both the Preservation Society of Charleston and the Historic Charleston Foundation as one of the top historic properties to save and restore...