This website of houses, new and restored, and other work by Andrew Gould and George Holt, mostly in Charleston, including some remarkably tiny ones, cannot be resisted. See if you can examine the shots of each house in turn and then claim that they can be resisted. I deny it. They are irresistible. Architect and social-media guru Steve Mouzon says George’s House, the one with the huge arcaded swimming pool in the sizable entry vestibule before one progresses to the salon, is the “greatest recent built expression of the vernacular mind that I’ve seen in the past several years.” I will second and even third that emotion.
A tip of the hat to Gary Brewer, who sent a New York Times story on these to the TradArch list, which elicited a link to the website. Might some of us on the list have a tour in Charleston this April during the TradArch confab?
Enjoy this fine architecture at the website of Andrew Gould and George Holt. Amazing.