On October 3rd, Mill Village Ministries broke ground on their new home on Pendleton in the Village of West Greenville.
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.
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.
- Scott Johnston featured in Greenville Business Magazine 50 Most Influential
- Touring the McClaren
- Mill Village Ministries breaks ground for its new home
- At Home looks at restorative design
- Johnston Design Group welcomes Janine Bray
- It’s official. Luke Perry is now an Architect
- Job shadowing at Johnston Design Group
- New state and local funding help transform the McClaren Medical Shelter