Do you ever wonder how Design Magic happens?Read More
Are you an architect or a real estate developer and you have a project in which the development potential is being limited by a parking deficit on your site? "If we could just fit 10 more cars this development would be much more valuable." You may be saying.
This parking dilemma is a regular occurrence with my job. And hey I get it. Parking? A blog about parking? Really?
It is not one of my favorite parts about being an architect but it is very valuable resource. If you can solve your client's parking demands you will bring a tremendous value.
In this blog I will share how architecture school didn't prepare me for parking design, the challenges of meeting your client's parking demands, and 5 tools for increasing your parking count.Read More
It has been a while since I provided an update on the construction progress on our house. In this post I share photos and videos of the progress and discuss the stress of being the architect of your own home.Read More
I recently sat down with architect Aaron Bowman to record the first episode of his new podcast: Product and Process. Aaron's goal with product and process is to investigate the role of design as a tool to build community and how community can be catalyst for design. It was a real treat and an honor to be his first ever guest. We had a great conversation and discussed topics such as: Designing in Charleston, Frank Gehry, Nimbys, Fast Food Architecture and much more. Enjoy!Read More
Are you considering a career in architecture and looking for the perfect book to help break the ice? Maybe you're a practicing architect looking to brush up on those great lessons learned way back in architecture school. Or lets face it....You're just looking for a hip coffee table book to impress your friends. Well look no further. This blog is a review of the perfect book for you.Read More
LS3P was fortunate enough to celebrate another building opening this past week. When an owner celebrates a grand opening it is definitely a special moment for an architect. It is the culmination of several years of hard work and the best part is, your client is very happy.
They have a new home.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston Pastoral Center opened its doors recently. That's a real mouthful so I will refer to it as The Pastoral Center for the rest of the blog. The project is actually a campus of 3 separate buildings that are placed along the edge of the Ashley River. So I guess you could say we had 3 openings!
This post will focus on the Assembly Building.Read More
We had the privilege of staying at The Spectator Hotel the evening of the Grand Opening Party. It was an awesome night. Here's a glimpse into our spectacular stay.Read More
I have some incredible news folks! I just received some groundbreaking news about our home addition.Read More
Have you been hearing the term 'Boutique Hotel' being thrown around a lot lately? It seems that everything is being called boutique these days. This article explains what a Boutique Hotel means with brief descriptions and photo examples.Read More
Are you looking for a weekend getaway? I would recommend a trip to Fernandina Beach, Florida.Read More