SEED Architecture Receives Two Historic Columbia Preservation Awards / by Seed Architecture

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. Executive Director, Robin Waites had this to say about the event, "The quality and number of awards presented this year show the progress we’ve made as a community when it comes to preservation and adaptive use of historic buildings."

SEED Architecture, along with Cason Development Group and Montgomery Construction were honored to receive an Adaptive Reuse award for 2238 Sumter Street, home to Indah Coffee's first brick-and-mortar storefront and Circa Barbershop's second location.  

SEED Architecture, teaming with Dewey Irvin and Jim Evatt of Palmetto Construction and Renovation were awarded a Residential Historic Preservation award for an interior renovation project at 301 South Saluda Avenue for homeowners Mira and John Howard.

 (Left to Right) John Metts, Matt Montgomery, John Powell, Laura Burns, Hannah Thickens

(Left to Right) John Metts, Matt Montgomery, John Powell, Laura Burns, Hannah Thickens

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