Free Resources and Guides from a Sullivan’s Island Architect
The Truth About Why it Costs More To Build And Renovate On Sullivan’s Island
It’s true, the “island effect” exists. Building on an island in a coastal environment does cost more. Learn why the building costs are higher on the island. Learn how to ensure you get the best value for your money. Discover the answers to these questions, and more in this guide from Swallowtail Architecture.
6 Essential Tips for a Successful DRB Submission on Sullivan’s Island
How do you navigate the zoning ordinances and the design review process and get your perfect Sullivan’s home and live the island dream? Your Sullivan’s Island project will more than likely require review and approval by the Design Review Board (DRB). This guide will help you with the 6 essential tips for a successful DRB submission and the lengthy submission process.
Sullivan’s Island Homes from Our Portfolio
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News and Information about Architecture on Sullivan’s Island
International Property Awards has selected the Gallery House on Sullivan's Island as the winner of the prestigious Americas Property Award. Home Designs that are selected [...]
Swallowtail Architecture beat out the competition and was voted best architectural firm in Charleston by the readers of The Post and Courier. The Charleston Choice [...]
Architects Creating Homes’ has awarded Swallowtail Architecture, working in Charleston, another five residential design awards for 2018. The ArCH Design Excellence in Residential Design is an international competition and the winners were announced in May 2018.
Demolition is underway at the Fort Moultrie 1890’s Ordinance House project. Removal of the interior walls and finishes always reveals hidden gems. In this Sullivan's Island project to convert the former Ordinance Shop into a residential property, we see remnants of a past era and previous renovations.
Architects Creating Homes’ awards Swallowtail Architecture four residential design awards for ArCH’s 2017 Design Excellence in Residential Design. The winners of this international competition were announced June 1. Burton’s winning designs include a coastal island renovation, two marshfront homes and a fourth award, in Dunes West, for “The Blue Kitchen.”
Swallowtail Architecture wins BZA Approval for Fort Moultire’s Ordinance Shop to Become a Special Exception Residential Building
Swallowtail Architecture of Summerville has BZA approval to classify a Fort Moultrie building dating back to the 1800s as a 'Special Exception.' The Sullivan Island project, one of Swallowtail’s three current Lowcountry historic renovations.
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