Our reimagining of Greenville’s City Hall asks the question and offers an alternative — a global statement combining art, municipal government and entrepreneurship.
Large turnout at Newtown charette signals first steps to a strong revival of the Southernside neighborhood.
Last week, Mountain View and Parish House CDC hosted a charrette to gather input and ideas for a master plan.
As architects committed to social justice and economic equity, we work with local stakeholders to bring new vitality and social enterprise to marginalized neighborhoods. Tuesday, April 26, we start the public charrette for our work in Greenville’s Newtown Community.
The pandemic delayed its launch, but the Green Laundry Lounge is on track to open at the end of January. And the operations will be green from the front to the back of the house.
Our challenge was to take these two things — a laundromat and a lounge — and combine them in a comfortable and welcoming space. We had to balance the functional, utilitarian concept of the laundromat with an attractive, stylish lounge.
Johnston Design Group donates restorative design for historic McClaren project in downtown Greenville
Restorative design lends itself to other values we support — urban renewal, affordable housing and social justice. We’re proud to help restore the former McClaren Medical Shelter as a community center honoring Dr. Edward E. McClaren.
- Johnston Design Group welcomes Kyvan Luu
- Does downtown Greenville need another development with $2 million condos?
- Anu Rao Earns LEED® Certification
- Johnston Design Group welcomes Vienna Defalco
- Johnston Design Group welcomes Anne Baker
- A client problem becomes a solution for local watershed restoration
- Large turnout at Newtown charette signals first steps to a strong revival of the Southernside neighborhood.
- Johnston Design Group welcomes everyone to public charrette for Newtown community