We are quite pleased that our LEED Platinum home designed for Indigo Park is featured in a recent article published by the Post and Courier newspaper. Nice to see they are raising awareness with smart design how we can offset the affects of global warming.
Six years ago we designed the 2013 HGTV Dream Home. A winner was chosen and then the developer could put the house on tour for a month and the monies earned would be given to a local charity. Our developer, Candace Dyal of Dyal Compass, LLC chose Community in Schools. This organization helps fund school supplies for local teachers. These tours were very successful and raised over $180,000.ºº. This is more than any other HGTV Dream Home up to that time. We were so happy that so much money was raised for such a good cause. This home was designed using sustainable and green materials and was awarded the highest green rating Platinum LEED.
One of our clients ordered this Restoration Hardware vanity and decided it was too large for its location. It comes complete except for the faucets. If anyone is interested, please reach out to me with an offer. See details below.
- Vanity With Top: 72″W x 23″D x 34”H
- Hardwood with birch veneers
- Open back fits any kind of plumbing
- Top drawers are decorative; 4 soft-close drawers below
- Viatera quartz countertop
- White porcelain sinks
Happy birthday to Sharon Ritchey. We were privileged to design a custom home in Walnut Cove near Asheville for Sharon and her spouse Julia. It was a sloping site down to a stream in the rear with a wonderful mountain … Continue reading
A shingle style home we designed at 14 Ocean Course and recently featured in Traditional Home magazine will be on tour today for the Preservation Society of Charleston. Our generous owners have allowed us this very wonderful organization the use of their home. The home is a “reverse” plan home with the principal living, kitchen and dining areas on the second floor. This affords a better view over the Ocean Course to the Atlantic Ocean. The challenge of this design was to integrate 9,000 sq. foot home and its guest house collection of trees totaling 110″ in caliper.