Swallowtail Architecture opens a second office!

Swallowtail Architecture, Mount Pleasant; May 23, 2017 – Exciting things are happening at Swallowtail Architecture and we are pleased to announce that we have opened a second office! The new space is located at 1470 Ben Sawyer Blvd. in suite #29 EDISTO. Rachel will regularly be in the Ben Sawyer Office on Thursdays and by appointment. If you live in Mount Pleasant, Sullivan’s Island or the Isle of Palms, we think you will find this meeting location more convenient than …

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Who We Are

Trying to select an Architect can feel overwhelming, because it is a big decision and you don’t want to make a mistake. For most people their house is not only their largest financial investment, it is also a personal expression of their lives. When you need an architect to design your home, you want it to turn out right, and there are no second chances after it is built. That makes it even more important that you make the best decisions, starting with your choice of architect.

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Architecture for Aging

As population gets older, homeowners and architects planning for greater mobility, safety. Swallowtail’s architect, Rachel Burton AIA and her client Ann Mitchell, was recently featured with two other local architects in an article in The Post and Courier about Architecture for Aging. Reporter, Sybil Fix, investigated the issues facing older Americans and described some of the solutions architects and home owners use to solve them.

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Giving Back

Our community is important to us. We regularly donate our time and talents to community projects, and are grateful for the opportunity to make a difference. We have worked with the Dorchester County Habitat for Humanity, Trident Habitat for Humanity, and LowCountry Orphan Relief. If you have a special project that needs pro bono Architectural design services please contact our office at 843-885-9400 and we will consider your worthy project. Custom Residential Architect’s Network (CRAN) Charette  Thirty Charleston Architects from CRAN …

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