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.
Susan Highfield celebrates 19 years with Christopher Rose Architects, P. A. today. She has kept our company running smoothly through her business management talent. We have all grown as a firm together. Her sound advice has guided us through the rough times of the downturns in the economy. Congratulations Sue, on behalf of Christopher Rose Architects, we look to many more successful years together.
The shingle style home we have designed for a Chicago couple is coming along nicely. Drywall is being installed. VIEW FROM HIGH DUNES LANE VIEW TO MARSH FROM UPPER BALCONY VIEW TO MARSH FROM UPPER BALCONY VIEW OF REAR DECK … Continue reading →
VIEW FROM GRAND LAWN VIEW FROM UPPER DECK OF LAWN AND ATLANTIC OCEANSTEPPED GREEN RETAINING WALLRETAINING WALL DURING PLANTING Our clients the Kendall’s could have built a three story home on the ocean at Kiawah. However, they chose to do … Continue reading →
Born in Finland, he grew up in Michigan Michigan where his father was dean at Cranbrook Academy of Art. His sculptural forms recalled the work of Le Corbusier and took it to new levels. His work certainly still inspires current … Continue reading →
Today Richard Neutra would have been 125. He was born in Vienna Austria. He studied under Adolf Loos at the Vienna University of Technology. After serving in World War I and working for a short while in Germany he moved to … Continue reading →
A contemporary home we designed is coming out of the ground in Florence, SC. It is for two doctors and we have designed an updated “rain porch” home. This is a unique architectural style from the Pee Dee Region where the home is being built. For the porches on these homes the columns go from the ground to the roof and the porch is pulled back from these so the edges of the porch don’t get wet during a storm. Therefore the name “Rain Porch” home. The home is being built by Jody Lane and ReMark Studio is the landscape architects on the job.
Rear of home showing large rear porches and retention pond.
View of front from the street. Close up of the front “rain porch”
He was born Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni in 1475. A painter, sculptor and architect was the true personification of the Renaissance man. He worked on a number of architectural projects. His design for the Capitoline Hill with with trapezoidal … Continue reading →