Hey Charleston Foodies! Did you hear about the new Westendorff Restaurant? I had the privilege of sitting down with the architect of The Westendorff, Julia F. Martin. We had an awesome discussion about the design of the restaurant and the long journey of transforming this vacant hardware store into Charleston's newest gem.Read More
Last week I posted the 12 Storefronts of King Street. That post featured Lower King , which is the area South of Calhoun Street . Once upon a time this would have been the only part of King Street worth visiting.
As Bob Dylan sang: The times, they are a changing.
Upper King is now the jam.Read More
Are you considering a career in architecture and wondering if it's the right choice for you? Or perhaps you are wondering what type of person make's a good architect? As I reflect about the reasons why I am an architect, I always come back to one main reason.Read More
Are you looking for a weekend getaway? I would recommend a trip to Fernandina Beach, Florida.Read More
Are all buildings architecture? Is there some sort of architectural competency test that buildings can take?Read More
Designers of the World? When you are in the midst of a new design problem..do you ever feel like you are in a battle?Read More
I love being an Architect, but this profession has ruined my vacations!Read More
Did I ever tell you the story of Danielle and Steve renovating their first home?...I didn't? Well today is your lucky day.Read More
I have a brand new project to show off. The building on the right is the Tides IV condominium project. This 155,000 sf building just broke ground on construction in February. The building is 7 stories of condos over 1 level of subterranean parking. There are 54 luxury condos with the typical 2 bedroom residence averaging 1,850 sf.Read More