The Waddell Residence / California

After designing the Owners’ vacation home in Myrtle Beach, the Architect was asked to provide like services for a permanent residence in California.  The building site, as allowed by the California Coastal Commission, consisted of a mere ½ acre parcel on a 135-acre hilltop boundary overlooking the Pacific Coast Highway. Only a long, low profile structure would be allowed, and it had to be screened by an agricultural structure to preserve views from the Pacific Coast Highway.  The home and adjoining barn had to comply with the local seismic criteria, as well as blend within the coastal terrain.

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The Crumpler Residence

The Owner desired the house (6,500 sf) to be designed in a French provincial style, and to have an aged look throughout. This called for a masonry veneer with many cast stone trims beneath a pitched, simulated slate shingle roof. Materials were chosen carefully, and the landscaping design utilized large plantings to create a thoroughly manicured and ‘established’ appearance.

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The Davis Residence

The single family, 3,900 sq. ft. residence is located within a coastal flood plain, overlooking a salt marsh. It is sandwiched between a residential neighborhood to the South and a hotel district to the North. The multi-level modern, minimalist home was designed to highlight the owner’s art-filled and sophisticated lifestyle.

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The Davis Residence - 63rd Avenue

Having designed a previous residence for Mr. Davis and his wife, which won numerous awards, Mozingo + Wallace was asked to design a minimalist courtyard home for another lot nearby. While the proposal was well received by the owner, the subsequent downturn in the economy put the project on hold.

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The Durant Residence

The Durants requested an open plan, with ease of circulation to accommodate and entertain a large number of guests. Mozingo + Wallace proposed a house designed along the general outlines of the traditional Roman Villa. 

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The Graham Residence

The Owners desired a modernist home that would reflect their organized and sophisticated lifestyle and to house their collection of contemporary art. The home, located in Myrtle Beach within 200 yards of the beach is sandwiched between older traditional white clapboard homes of little design significance and low-rise oceanfront concrete/stucco hotels and condominiums.

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The Hadwin Residence - Addition

The Hadwins wanted to mildly expand their residence, and in doing so, hoped to transform a nondescript rear yard into an integral part of their living experience. A swim pool and recreational area were the primary components of the program.

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The Hetzer Residence

The Hetzers wanted to mildly expand their residence, and in doing so, hoped to transform a nondescript residence into an integral part of their living experience.

 

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The Jenrette Residence

The Owner had an ocean front home in need of a facelift which would retain and reinforce its beach house appearance. A primary personal request was for a private working space, a tower with long-range ocean views up and down the beach. 

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The Lackey Residence

The Lackeys brought with them several Southern Living articles showing new style Carolina Low country houses.  These were all one-story homes with low slope roofs, lots of windows, and all set in natural surroundings with few landscaping improvements. To meet these and other requirements, a sprawling plan was laid out to give all rooms views of the large lot. 

 

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The Leonard Residence

The Owner had purchased a large residence in the prestigious Dunes Subdivision. It had been constructed without the architecture being resolved, and needed extensive aesthetic improvements to its exterior. Mozingo +Wallace was asked to provide the architecture for renovations to the main entrance tower, as well as to add a formal Porte Cochere.

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The Martin Residence

Mr. Martin is a hotel owner in Myrtle Beach, for whom Mozingo + Wallace had completed two acclaimed hotel renovation projects. He owned an original beach home of dated style, and requested a transformation of structure and property into a classic Mediterranean villa.

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The Mozingo Residence

Having sold their home on 38th Avenue, the Mozingo’s found a home in the Dunes subdivision. It had a similar layout to the house they had renovated earlier, but was on a much larger lot. This time, the three existing bedrooms at the right side of the house were left in place, though redone with new paint and trim.

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The Mozingo Residence - 38th Avenue

The Mozingos purchased a simple 1950’s beach cottage midway between Ocean Boulevard and King’s Highway, much more for the location than the home itself.  They then proceeded to update and expand the home, to meet modern standards and their own architectural proclivities.

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The Pettus Residence

This oceanfront house serves as a vacation home for the owner’s family, and will be a permanent residence upon the owner’s retirement.  The design is reminiscent of old style ocean front cottages, yet constructed to current hurricane / flood zone standards.  

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The Pope Residence

The owner approached Mozingo + Wallace with schematic floor plans for a residence, in need of a refinement of the sketches, as well as the development of an aesthetic. The lot had been cleared years before, due to the severe storm damage of Hurricane Hugo. The only improvements that survived were the boardwalk, gazebo, boat launch and dock.

 

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The Rothrock Retreat

Steve Rothrock, a building contractor, and his wife Jeanne, an interior designer, wanted a Low Country style home on their isolated marsh front lot, near McClellanville, SC.  With no children at home, this house is more a weekend retreat than full time residence.  The Master Bedroom opens to the Great Room, which, in turn shares space with a kitchen as well as the loft spaces above.

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The Slate Residence

The Slates purchased an existing ocean front home with separate garage/apartment on a deep lot adjacent to a public beach access. It was decided to renovate the existing home, as current flood plain regulations would require a replacement structure to be elevated out of the flood zone. The garage/apartment would be demolished and redesigned to make room for a new pool and deck area. 

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The Thomas Residence

The Thomas couple asked Mozingo + Wallace to expand an existing masonry ranch home for their young family, as well as transform its traditional style into a contemporary architecture.

After the schematic design was developed integrating the new with the old, a preferred contractor was asked to prepare the initial estimate on construction. Settling of the foundation was discovered, and was found to be so extensive that it was not practical to repair or replace. It was agreed by all parties that the existing residence should be removed, soils stabilized and the approved design be constructed with minor adjustments.

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The Waddell Residence / California

After designing the Owners’ vacation home in Myrtle Beach, the Architect was asked to provide like services for a permanent residence in California.  The building site, as allowed by the California Coastal Commission, consisted of a mere ½ acre parcel on a 135-acre hilltop boundary overlooking the Pacific Coast Highway. Only a long, low profile structure would be allowed, and it had to be screened by an agricultural structure to preserve views from the Pacific Coast Highway.  The home and adjoining barn had to comply with the local seismic criteria, as well as blend within the coastal terrain.

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The Waddell Residence / California / Barn

Having done a vacation home for the Waddell family in Myrtle Beach, the firm of Mozingo + Wallace was invited to design their permanent residence in California on a 135 acre site overlooking the Pacific Coast Highway.  The Owners wanted it to be designed as though the entire estate had been transported from the French Wine Country

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The Waddell Residence / South Carolina

Mr. Waddell and his family reside on the West Coast where he is a co-owner of a Fortune 500 company. Growing up in the Carolinas, and with the majority of the extended family still there, the Waddells wanted a coastal retreat in the low country for the families to gather year round.

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The Watts Residence

This single family residence sits on the foundation of an existing house so that the existing hilly site could be utilized without major site work. The site has a large drop off to the rear, so that the lower floor is at the same level as the outdoor pool.

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