Midtown Contemporary Design in Historical Neighborhood

NEIL STEVENSON ARCHITECTS

Located in the middle of historic downtown Charleston, South Carolina, Neil Stevenson Architects has been enriching the architectural landscape of Charleston and it’s surrounding areas for the past 30 years, with extensive experience in commercial and residential architecture.  We work closely with our clients to design dynamic, thoughtful and functional spaces. 


Our work includes residential developments, single-family residences, bars, restaurants, breweries and distilleries, hotels/hospitality, event spaces, retail and offices, and includes new buildings, renovations, additions and feasibility studies.




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Pickney Inn
Wentworth

CONTEMPORARY DESIGN IN HISTORICALLY SENSITIVE ENVIRONMENTS

We are known for both our contemporary design work as well as our extensive work with historic buildings in downtown Charleston.  Our contemporary work focuses on dynamic and timeless designs. We have completed a large body of work within the historic district of Charleston, SC, and when approaching the public with our designs, we stress the importance of designing buildings that can be folded into Charleston's vivid past while enriching its modern day context. 


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3D VISUALIZATION

Our clients are our focus, and by providing 3D virtual modeling of a project, we create a dynamic design process that allows our clients to see their dreams unfold and more closely collaborate on the design.  We have over 20 years of experience producing 3D virtual modeling and high-quality renderings.  

THE TECHNICAL STUFF

We are highly skilled in addressing and presenting both complex and modest-sized projects to design review boards, zoning and planning boards and neighborhood associations. When working on historic buildings, we work closely with historic groups to develop a well-rounded, sensitive and successful design. We are also highly skilled in research and analysis of commercial and residential building codes including the highly specialized existing building code, and conducting feasibility studies to navigate complex jurisdictional requirements to determine the best direction for a project from the start. 


FEATURED WORK