Workstead House | Charleston is the physical exploration of southern modernism—a design philosophy informed by the distinctive heritage of the American South. Originally built in 1853 on Charleston’s historic “Bee’s Row,” the grand, three-story home and accompanying carriage house have been meticulously restored under the careful direction of Workstead, with every element curated in deference to, and reverence of, past and future, evoking a style—and lifestyle—both new and deeply remembered in South Carolina’s low country.
Collaboration is at the heart of the Workstead ethos. It is through connections with other people and firms that every project comes to life. Here are some of the visionary, creative folks that helped make Workstead House | Charleston a reality.