SEED Architecture has moved into new offices that the firm designed at 2144 Sumter St. The firm has also launched a redesigned website at www.SEEDarchitect.com. SEED was the project architect for the redevelopment of the former Dave’s Transmission property on Sumter Street that was repurposed by Cason Development Group…Read More
Architects, developers, contractors, historians, and friends of Historic Columbia gathered today to celebrate another year of remarkable achievement in preserving, restoring and enriching our community through design.Read More
Seed Architecture is pleased to announce that Laura burns has passed her NCIDQ exam and is a Certified Designer...Read More
We are pleased to announce that ground has been broken on the new Camden Classically Carolina Tennis Complex..Read More
SEED Architecture is pleased to be a part of the team working on a new Lexington showroom and warehouse for plumbing and HVAC supply wholesaler Gateway Supply Co. Other team members on the project include Boyer Commercial Construction of Columbia and Cason Development Group.
Site preparation began in July and the 12,000-square-foot building is expected to be complete before the year is out. The new location at Whiteford Way and N. Lake Drive in Lexington County, will more than double Gateway’s space from it’s current location at 5315 Sunset Boulevard.
Read more about this latest venture with Cason Devlopement Group here.
Blessed with an abundance of work over the last several months, it has become evident that in order to serve clients well, it was necessary to bring another person onto the team...Read More