Georgia Greek Revival

This home was inspired by traditional Greek Revival architecture reinterpreted for The Ford Plantation's Lowcountry setting with a wood and masonry version of the Greek temple form. Historical Concepts approached the design from a “generational” standpoint, considering how it may have evolved through time.

While the main mass represents a more formal, period home, two flanking wings add indigenous Lowcountry flavor and “unbundle” the home into a more comfortable scale. Each wing is connected to the main mass via a glassed-in breezeway, as if they may have been former outbuildings later incorporated into the home. Natural materials and a soft palette create an air of elegance both on the exterior and interior, suggestive of old world craftsmanship and construction.
Others who worked on this project: Old Carolina Brick Co.
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