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Interior Design

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...

Phish Labs

This building is part of the Pacific Box & Crate development in Charleston’s Upper Peninsula district. The building was designed with future flexibility in mind. The two floors share common lobby, conference and break room spaces, but contain separate restroom facilities on each floor. This allows the building to be used independently or shared by..

The Mustard Seed

Owners Andrea and Sal Parco wished to update their successful Mustard Seed Restaurant in Mount Pleasant, SC. The Middleton Group provided architectural consulting and interior design renovation for the existing 2,500 sf building. Our interior work included furniture selection and layout, seating design, fabric selection, window treatments, bar design, paint colors and artwork. To create..

Wambaw Creek Flex

The Middleton Group designed two new sister buildings, approximately 22,000 sf total, as flex office and warehouse space in the Clements Ferry Road corridor of Charleston. The designs utilize a combination of two structural systems; a metal building structure was an economical solution for the main building mass, whereas, the front section was built of..

Kaminsky’s – West Ashley

The Middleton Group worked with Homegrown Hospitality to create their third Kaminsky’s location in the Avondale District of West Ashley. Architects Laura Middleton and Will Morrison, along with interior designer Brittney Hanlon, imagined a versatile and comfortable space for both families and late night patrons to enjoy coffees, desserts, and drinks. Seating options allow for quick..