This is a new 4000SF home being built in the City of Atlanta with a view overlooking a golf course. It has an open plan with a 2 car garage and in-law suite above.
This the second, second story addition and Renovation we did on the same street as the project below.
This project took an existing single story dilapidated home with a solid structure to a large 2 story residence with a large Living/Dining /Kitchen are over a new 2 car garage.
Being built in the City of Atlanta, this 2 story, 2000sf, 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home features an open first floor plan and spacious decks on both floors.
Proposed 5000 square foot Pizza Restaurant and seating for 150 outside located in Athens, Georgia.
The City Cafe Diner is a wonderful restaurant in Huntsville, Alabama. The surrounding area is going through various renovations and the owners wanted to update their curb appeal to better reflect their dining experience.
Conversion of existing 2 bedroom, 1100 square foot to a 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1350 square foot residence. The existing carport is enclosed to add additional space.
This project involved converting a liquor store into a new special events room for Napoleons Grill in Decatur. The project began with meetings with national musicians to discuss layout, sound and lighting. The final design included extra space for the existing kitchen, a first class green room and state of the art lighting.
This is destined to become a “go to” place for both local and national performers.
The City of Atlanta has many special Historic Districts, each having it’s own set of rules. This partiular district required the house to fit in with the neighbor hood with out “altering” the look from the street.
The first issue we found was the aluminum awnings and brick were not original, so we submitted the design below.
This was quickly rejected as we proposed to redesign the roof to match other simple craftsman homes on the street. We were also informed that the brick had to stay even though it wan not part of the original design.
Leaving the existing roofs that were visible from the street and the brick, we submitted this second version. This was again rejected because we wanted to paint the existing brick that absolutely did not fit in anywhere in the neighborhood.
The above final design was approved. Of the three that were submitted, this design absolutely does not fit in with the neighbor hood. This was and aggravating process for both us and the owners as the ordinances required a design that was the exact opposite of the intention. We have run into similar issues in different historic districts and it always seems to be more of a challenge tan it should be.