This adaptive reuse of an historic early 20th century textile mill transformed the structure for residential loft condominiums, live/work spaces, and an events venue.
Passive solar features, such as the strategic use of balconies as solar shades, combine with active technologies, such as a high efficiency centralized water source heat pump, to ensure a high level of energy efficiency.
A mixed use building with loft residences and commercial space include passive solar features such as thermal mass design and the strategic use of balconies as solar shades combine with active technologies.
Design references to Greenville’s historic single-family home neighborhoods integrate this multi-family home seamlessly into the community. Passive design strategies combine with energy efficient technologies for an Energy Star Home Rating.
Design standards within this planned development were reinterpreted through a Mediterranean design aesthetic and intentional passive solar design strategies to result in a multi-family residential village.
- We turn 20 this year
- Lydia Lehman earns LEED® certification
- Design combining two things that typically don’t go together
- Hooray for Earth Day!
- Johnston Design Group welcomes Jon Haile
- Johnston Design Group donates restorative design for historic McClaren project in downtown Greenville
- Remembering one of the great voices of our time
- Restorative design and a skilled builder make the living easy