Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Saffron is back open



Saffron at 333 Eastbay St in Charleston, re-opened last week after a full renovation. The interior work was executed in only three weeks by Mike Taylor Construction. Waiting on a few lights and mirrors but very happy with the outcome. There are some beautiful photos from Pamela Cohen as well.


Charleston City Paper

The Arts Issue, out today, has a nice piece on me by Denise K. James - copy and paste link below

http://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/charleston/david-thompson-builds-his-own-path/Content?oid=2253308

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Hubee D's

Hubee D's, along with Saffron, were the last two restaurants I designed with Gibson Thompson Guess Architects. Reggie handled all of the CA and final details as I was gone by then. The restaurant opened in West Ashley last week and it looks great, (tastes great as well).

We designed custom booths and tables, built by Franz Baichl, and coordinated interior graphics and colors with Gil Shuler Graphic Design. Michael Kuffel and David Boatwright did the custom finishes and mural.

www.hubeeds.com

Friday, August 13, 2010

Riverland Terrace renovation

a modest renovation I helped with - before (top) and after (bottom)




Wednesday, August 11, 2010

A Frame Baby!

I am really excited to begin design work
for a total overhaul of this
vintage A Frame in Boone NC

Windermere Residence

design work has begun for a fun renovation
of this home in Windermere

PIT Stop Deli - color palette

opening soon at 84 Society St -
hoping for Labor Day