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.
Located on the Swamp Rabbit Trail, the Lofts of Greenville offers great bicycle connectivity to the nearby Swamp Rabbit Grocery, Hampton Station, downtown Greenville, and Furman University.
Architecturally integrated restorative design features include intentional day lighting, passive ventilation, and architecturally integrated solar photovoltaic energy collection.
Restorative design features include intentional day lighting, passive ventilation, geothermal heating and cooling, and provisions for future architecturally integrated solar photovoltaic energy collection.
Located on the proposed Swamp Rabbit Trail Green Line, this creative adaptive reuse of a former t-shirt factory within the Poinsett Revitalization District will offer a mix of creative work, restaurant, and maker spaces.
The proposed 235 dwelling residential community within Greenville’s Water Tower District expands the positive energy of Hampton Station to a 24/7 Live/Work/Play experience.
110 active senior apartments combine with retail, restaurant, and fitness storefronts to create a trailside, intergenerational mixed-use residential community supporting a healthy, active lifestyle and community connectivity.
- Scott Johnston listed in the SC Biz News Architects Power List
- Johnston Design Group names Melanie Anderson as an Associate
- Byron Jefferies and Luke Perry are teaching the next generation of architects
- Johnston Design Group welcomes Diego Bazzani
- We turn 20 this year
- Lydia Lehman earns LEED® certification
- Design combining two things that typically don’t go together
- Hooray for Earth Day!