/ by Brendan Blowers  / photography by Firewater Photography For ten years, Dan and Diane McCaw spent winters in Florida and summers in Toronto; twice a year they would load up their BMW 550 and make the 1,500 mile drive...
by Allison Walsh photography by Luke Cleland Pat Canup was looking for a fresh start. Following the death of her beloved husband in late 2017, Canup sold the large, traditional home she had shared with him and was in the market...
/ by Brendan Blowers / photography by Inspiro 8 Studios   At First Impression Materials differ, but what architect and artist create is kindred. James Neal and Carl Blair wrestled with things wild-- or phantom-- until their ideas could be contained into careful...
/ by Brendan Blowers  / photos by Rebecca Lehde The Fountain Fox Beattie House is not a museum, but it is one of those places that feels important because of its storied past. The third oldest structure in Greenville, it...
by Allison Walsh photography by Carter Tippins Downsizing and fleeing the suburbs after kids fly the coop is not a new tale.Converting former industrial spaces into chic urban homes is also a familiar concept, particularly in cities on the rise like...
The Langes created a family home in France retaining its 400 year old pastoral roots.
Penthouse living struck just the right note for Phil Gregory.
Holly and Matt Sellers met in grad school in Charleston. After they married, Matt’s post graduate work took them to North Carolina for a few years, but they always knew his hometown was where they wanted to land, so...
Travis and Heather Fortson wanted a garage that was capable of more than simply parking cars, and with the help of CarsonSpeer Builders they got it and much more. Today, the couple can open swinging doors and triple their...
The term porte cochére has two architectural meanings. It can refer to a passageway through a building, which allows vehicles to pass through to an interior space on the property; or a roofed structure extending from the entrance of...

Distinctive Character

/ by Brendan Blowers / photography by Inspiro 8 Studios Being patrons of the arts not only afforded...

The Joy of Maximalism

/ by Allison Walsh / photography by Inspiro 8 Studios For Jean Wilson Freeman it’s not the house...

Rock Art

/ by Lynn Greenlaw  / photography by Eli Warren Soapstone is a metamorphic rock composed dominantly of talc...

A Cut Above

/ by Brendan Blowers / photography by Eli Warren The son of a woodworker, Jeremy Schrock was in...

Bridge House

/ by Jonathan Ammons / photography by Kevin Meechan Tucked away in the mountains near Cashiers, rather intentionally...