632 Atlantic Street
This is a renovation project that quite literally transformed the ugliest house on the street into the most beautiful. The house was built in 1950 and consisted of little more than a concrete-block box with metal windows. Andrew radically redesigned the structure, adding timber-frame porches, eaves with rafter tails, and huge French doors. The main room has the original attic framing exposed and a new masonry fireplace. The walls are trimmed out elegantly in tongue-and-groove wood. At Andrew’s insistence, the client restored the original metal windows, refitting them with insulated glass. Located in Mt. Pleasant, SC, and completed in 2010.