The Walker-Richey residence just outside of Chapel Hill, NC was designed to maximize daylighting and views from every space. The plan inverts Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous ”solar hemicycle”, stretching its southern façade out to the landscape.
The Episcopal Church of the Advocate was given this beautiful, historic carpenter gothic church by the diocese and moved it to its new home. It will be carefully restored and have a small room added as the first phase of a campus plan for the advocate.
The Kennedy-Stephenson residence was a large addition and renovation of a classic Chapel Hill home. We wrapped the additions onto the rear of the house and around a cascading terrace to maintain the character of the existing house.
The Bellemont Station/Carolina Brewery shell building recalls the forms and details of 1930s commercial strip centers with its continuous canopy and vertical light boxes. The building's facade curves along the road to give each tenant maximum visibility.
This means that we bring both architectural and local procedural expertise to the table. Learn more about our methodology or check out some of our completed projects. Want to know what’s up our sleeves? Visit the studio.