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Residential

Brays Island Residence

This one acre lot on Brays Island will soon include a 1800-square-foot Lodge with a rear terrace and sweeping lake views, a 1030-square-foot covered pavilion with accompanying bunk house, and a 2200-square-foot barn-style garage building including an attached office space and a one-bedroom apartment on the second floor. The buildings are designed using Lowcountry vernacular..

Delta Pharmacy

Delta Pharmacy is a new 4000 SF building at the corner of East Bay and Calhoun Street. The design of the building is a nod to the “Three Sisters” which occupied the spot at the corner of East Bay and Calhoun Street until 1964. Built in the 1840’s, the “Three Sisters” were single-houses distinguished by..

Hatman Building

Located at the corner of Broad and Church Streets, the Hatman Building is classified as a Category I Historic Building by the City of Charleston. Built circa 1855, the building underwent an alteration in 1870 by Charles Plenge when it became Plenge Haberdashery (a store which offered hats, clothing, and cigars). It is considered the..

Village Park

Village Park is a new pocket residential neighborhood that consists of sixteen single and multi-family homes. Located in the heart of Mount Pleasant SC, the centrally planned neighborhood is nestled behind the Sea Island Shopping Center conveniently located between Coleman Blvd and Chuck Dawley Blvd. This centrally accessible location features 16 homes, designed by The..

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..

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..

Boulineau’s Mixed-Use

Currently under construction, the 23,000 sf building consists of retail on the first floor and 3 floors of apartments above. A total of 15 apartments, each with a private balcony, are accessed from an internal corridor and a central elevator lobby.

540 King Street

540 King Street is a new 7,600 sf multi-use building located on the block between Spring Street and Woolfe Street. The project presented with unique challenges due to the location and size of the lot. Our design needed to blend in to the urban fabric of the historic district, while reflecting a more modern aesthetic...