The design for a gateway re-development in the Dunean Mill Village honors local history with brick and metal panels and textile mill-inspired touches.
Greenville Federal Credit Union Headquarters
This campus expansion includes a complete redesign of a Frank Lloyd Wright inspired mid-century building along with additions and new building expansion.
oobe is a lifestyle clothing brand with a culture based on substance and meaning. Design supports individual and collaborative work in a seamless, inspiring style.
Johnston Design Group
The architect’s home office inhabits a post WWII industrial building with an eclectic design approach that juxtaposes vintage and reclaimed industrial features with modernist elements.
The Greenville News
New offices for the Greenville News are housed in the Camperdown Development at the prominent Broad and Falls intersection. The multi-floor tenant construction emphasizes transparency and day lighting design to create a dynamic office interior.
NYC Design Firm
Simple materials, surfaces and colors in all planes define common and personal work zones, expressing an appealing aesthetic consistent with the design firm’s philosophy.
Estee Lauder Companies Headquarters
This design for the new executive suite brings all 35 board members together, on location and around the globe.
Advanced Technology Services
An abandoned mid-century modern office/warehouse comes to life, tuned to optimize reflected day light deep into the building interior.
This abandoned mid-century modern office/warehouse comes to life, tuned to optimize reflected day light deep into the building interiors.
Greenville Federal Credit Union at Pelham Road
This interior renovation of the member contact area represents the Greenville Federal Credit Union’s commitment to technology-driven personal service.
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