Frederick + Frederick Architects

(843) 522-8422
www.f-farchitects.com

Services Provided
Custom residential design for both new construction and renovations

Areas Served
We specialize in hot, humid climates from the South Carolina Lowcountry to Texas. Many of our clients are moving to the south after their new house is completed.

Business Description
Award winning residential architects with Best of Houzz in Design in 2012, 2013 & 2014 In February, 2014 we celebrated 25 years of our firm designing comfortable homes.

Certification and Awards
We were recognized by Southern Living as the Best Renovation 2009. We have won 12 American Institute of Architects South Carolina Residential awards. And have been published in Southern Living, This Old House, Metropolitan Home, Renovation Style and South Carolina House and Garden.
Award Winning Architects Specialized in Southern Climates
Contact:
Jane Frederick, FAIA, LEED AP 
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Address:
38 Meridian Road
Beaufort, SC 29907 
Fax:
(843) 522-8332 
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Sun, soil, water, topography and more offer important cues to siting your house on the land Full Story
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Industrialization and the automobile are actually the biggest factors in the last 100 years.
"The American Institute of Architects and the American Planning Association recommend against [suburban] sprawl and instead endorses smart, mixed-use development, including buildings in close proximity to one another that cut down on automobile use, save energy, and promote walkable, healthy, well-designed neighborhoods." (Wikipedia) In other words, the clustered housing scenario I mentioned above. Urban living while maintaining protected natural areas is a good thing as well; population density (relative to land use) in these scenarios is good not bad. That sort of development has to be driven by demand, and by developers sensitive to the issues. Demand will only come from education.
None of this is about criticizing, it is about ecological education, smart urban and suburban planning, local food, retention of farms, retention and restoration of habitat etc. and it is a dialog which is vital to have for all of us. I now live on a standard 1/4 acre lot--what I can do about that is remove the lawn and replace it with habitat. Nice site: http://content.yardmap.org/
"Over 40 million acres of non-native lawns cover the US. That's almost the size of Wisconsin." So the point is shifting the way we defined all this in the 1950s suburbs; it doesn't have to be that way; conditions have changed; we can come up with better plans at every level and every environment (rural, suburban, urban); good for us, good for the planet, good for our descendants.
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It is a hallway.
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It is reverse board and batten cypress.
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Do you have information about the fire bowl?
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It is from Carolina Kettles
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The owner had it.
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It has 6 bedrooms and is about 7,000 square feet.
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Review by Molly Fienning:

We loved working with Jane and Michael Frederick and would definitely love to hire them again for a future home. I particularly appreciate how they balance stay...
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Review by mr1763:

When it came time to leave our family home and move out of state, we knew that we wanted Frederick + Frederick Architects to do the designs for the renovation o...
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Review by gombatz:

Jane and Michael were a delight to work with. They designed our house here at Palmetto Bluff 7 years ago, and have now designed a second carriage house with apa...
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Review by emilywmahoney:

Jane and Michael are both architects, and make a great husband-wife team. Michael won us over when he said he was anxious to "dream" about our property and the...
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Review by 108natureboy:

Frederick&Frederick was highly recommended to us by several friends and we selected them over two other candidates. Our project was a total re-build of an exist...
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We have worked with Thomas and Verdant Enterprises for over 20 years and continue to be delighted with his work. He truly understands the local fauna.
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Pat's kitchens are beautiful. She is a consummate professional and easy to work with. Our clients, the Guidas are extremely happy with the finished project.
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