Case Studies

Cold Spring - Work In Progress

Originally built in 1867 by Joshua Fry Speed and his wife, the Italianate home sits on over six acres of the original Farmington plantation. This home has 6,300 square feet above ground and currently has an unfinished basement, carriage house with garage, and separate apartment.

Glenview Home

A home built in the 1820s finds a twenty-first century re-birth.

Ridgewood Home

The owners of a home in the St. Matthews area of Louisville desired a more open, flowing space that allowed for better entertaining as well as a larger basement and new garage.

Fire Restoration

A home in Louisville's historic Cherokee Triangle District burned down to the foundation. Its close proximity to other historic homes required careful and controlled demolition, and an exact duplicate with 21st century modifications be rebuilt in its place.

Yew Dell Gardens Visitor Center

The need was for the rehabilitation of an existing tobacco barn to a space that could be used for many functions while preserving the iconic exterior of the barn.

Cherokee Triangle Home

In Louisvilleā€™s Historic Cherokee District, a Victorian Structure some 150 years old had been renovated in the past, but the changes were partial.

Dutch Colonial

The homeowners wanted a system that would cost them less in monthly heating and cooling bills, as well as regulate the temperature of their home more effectively.

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