We have had some pretty awesome projects come up out of the ground this year. While it is super fun to design a home or business, there is nothing better than seeing the design take physical form and the parts become a whole. Check out some construction progress highlights this year in the below projects.
This house on Afton Mountain is the first in a series of homes in the same neighborhood. It features amazing views and traditional details. Click here to see photos. Blue Ridge Mountain Home
An amazing home with amazing views, this modern cottage is incredible. Click here to see photos. Muddy Creek Modern House.
We don’t just do houses, we have a lot of commercial projects on our resume including this addition to the Petro truckstop in Raphine. If you have not stopped to shop, you should. Click here to see photos. Petro 2 Addition and Renovation.
We love supporting Habitat for Humanity in their mission to mentor and empower home ownership. Click here to see photos of the New River Valley Habitat for Humanity project.
Our Ruckersville multifamily project started taking shape this year and the clubhouse is incredible. Click here to see photos of The Knoll.
There is something special about loving a historic home. This one had lost its porch and we were able to design a new “old” one to bring this lady back to life. Click here to see photos of the Historic Minor-Nelson House here.
We do love to save old buildings and Deering Hall is an important one in the history of Broadway Virginia. Click here to see photos of this renovation project.
Our design for a cabin in the mountains of West Virginia is design for gathering of family and friends. Click here to see photos of this cabin project.
On top of Afton we have a modern home design finishing up and it is looking very cool. Click here to see photos of this modern beauty.
This Winchester community continues to take shape and save trees. Click here to see photos of this project.
A home designed for family and connection to outdoor entertainment space is taking shape on a hilltop in Rockingham County. Click here to see photos.
A cabin retreat that needed a little more space and an updated kitchen over in Luray is just finishing. Click here to see photos.
Needing a little more space we were asked to design a detached barn and workshop in Shenandoah County. Click here for photos.