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We are honored to announce that a photograph from one of Beau Clowney Architect’s design projects that is published on Houzz has won a Best of Design award for 2018.   You can see Beau Clowney’s award-winning work in this “Best of” Ideabook.  This is the photo that won the award.  Feel free to read the Best of Houzz 2018 Press Release and make sure to follow us on Houzz too.  Thanks everyone!

 

Located in the heart of the Old Village Historic District in Mt. Pleasant, SC, Beau Clowney Architects worked with Daly & Sawyer Construction to turn an old chapel into a beautiful and comfortable four bedroom home. Read more about it here.

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Beth Woodson and Kristy Woodson Harvey posted a nice article about Beau Clowney Architects on their blog, Design Chic.  Click Here to read it.

Putting the words “historical” and “modernism” together in the title of this post seems like a contradiction but modernism in architecture does indeed have its own history.  The Historic Columbia Foundation recognized a home that is one of Beau Clowney’s designs as a historical landmark because it pays homage to the modernism of the 1930’s and 40’s.  Read more about it here.

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The Coral House was mentioned in an earlier blog post.  It is a renovation project we’ve been working on in the Bahamas and it turned out beautiful.   Take a photo tour on Chassity Evan’s “Look, Linger, Love” post or maybe even go on vacation to the Bahamas and stay there yourself – it can be rented on VRBO.

Thank you Mimi Read for writing about this home designed by Beau Clowney Architects. It has a certain tropical island elegance to it that pays homage to Charleston’s roots. “Tour This Breezy South Carolina Beach House” yourself.  The photos are beautiful.IMG_9848

Thank you Ellen McGauley for interviewing Beau Clowney for Coastal Living Magazine. Read the article “3 Things You Should Know Before Renovating a Beach House, According to Charleston Architect Beau Clowney” to find out what Beau says.

Thank you to our friends over at Polycor, who in their blog post entitled “The Ultimate Kitchen and Bath Upgrade, Custom Fabricated Natural Stone Sinks,” featured a custom white cherokee marble sink that was created from the design and drawings of our architects, Beau Clowney and Kate Campbell.  Read more about how we were inspired by a photo of an antique marble sink to envision this beautiful solid piece.

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What an honor! Beau Clowney Architects was named as a 2017 Trendsetter in Design by Coastal Living Magazine.  All I can say is we are grateful. Click on the magazine cover to see the article.

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Beau Clowney Architects is currently working on the renovation design plans for this Charleston home.  Meet the homeowners and see the before pictures here on Julia Engel’s blog.

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