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Charleston Home + Design Fall 2009
"IDEA HOUSE REVEAL" Profiling: 2 Parrothead Lane, Charleston, SC
In 2007 Clark-Glidewell/Architect was selected as the architectural firm to complete the design for the Charleston Home + Design Magazine Idea House. From 2007 - 2009 the design process from beginning to end was featured in the magazine. The magazine followed how the design evolved over time, the city board procedures, completing the construction documents, permitting process, selecting and working with the interior & landscape designers and following the entire project through construction. The magazine told the ups and downs of the entire process. In the Fall 2009 issue of Charleston Home + Design magazine the final reveal for 2 Parrothead Lane, Charleston, SC presented a resource guide and photos of each space in the Idea House.
Charleston Regional Business Journal Luxury Living April 2006
"PLANTATION STYLE" Profiling: Baird Residence, Ravenel, SC
The Baird Residence was selected as one of the first feature articles of the new Luxury Living publication that was an insert in the Charleston Regional Business Journal April 2006 issue. Located on acreage that truly gives a plantation feel, including a working farm complete with a horse pasture. Classic materials are used in construction and include oversize brick to match historic brick, standing seam roof and high quality Marvin Windows. The interior is simple with 4 rooms on the first and second floors with a wide hallway at each level. The owners had access to their own mill, along with a cypress grove, and milled all the interior lumber found on the walls and the floors of the house. The exterior porches are large enough for extended family and entertainment.
Preservation Progress Spring 2004
"Charleston's Hidden Historic District" Profiling: Hampton Park Terrace Neighborhood, by Shelley Clark-Glidewell
Shelley was President of Hampton Park Terrace Neighborhood Association for 4 years, 2000 - 2004. During that time she and other residents volunteered their time to get the neighborhood registered on the National Register. Hampton Park Terrace is a young neighborhood in the eyes of the Charleston Preservation Society since the buildings were completed during the 1920's-1940's. So, it truly was a hidden gem of wonderful Arts & Crafts designed structures. The article talks about the history of Hampton Park Terrace and it's relationship to other neighborhoods in Charleston.