Gracie Plaza will have over 290 dwellings, two restaurants, a café, and several artist-in-residence studios with pedestrian facing galleries.
The client’s modern aesthetic and desire for energy independence through renewables drove the design for this home. Architecturally integrated restorative design features include intentional day lighting, passive ventilation, and architecturally integrated solar photovoltaic energy collection.
The client’s minimalist aesthetic and interest in mid-century modern design inspired this home. Restorative design features include intentional day lighting, passive ventilation, geothermal heating and cooling, and provisions for future architecturally integrated solar photovoltaic energy collection.
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.
The proposed development within Greenville’s emerging East Downtown Innovation District expresses a modern design aesthetic and intentional passive solar design strategies resulting in a mixed-use building that combines co-work space, bed and breakfast suites, and loft residences.
The proposed development within Greenville’s West End District celebrates the contribution of Dr E.E. McClaren through a mixed-use redevelopment that combines the preservation of the historic McClaren Clinic with a modern high rise aesthetic.
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- New state and local funding help transform the McClaren Medical Shelter
- Johnston Design Group names Byron Jefferies as an Associate
- Johnston Design Group welcomes Lauren Kolb
- Gracie Plaza at the Arena District — the intersection of urban renewal and restorative design