At Rainbow Row, one of the neighborhoods best known for its array of colorful historic homes in Charleston, South Carolina, Architrave's Moe Draz refurbished an apartment in complete harmony.
Formerly known as Andrew B. Murray Vocational School, the building was transformed in 2002 into a complex of 27 luxury apartments, receiving the prestigious Carolopolis Award from the Preservation Society of Charleston. This neoclassical building from 1922, designed by architect David B. Hyer, represents the best of the South Carolina architectural school.
“I have always admired the size and architecture of the building. So when the opportunity presented itself in 2020, I was thrilled to participate in the extensive renovation of one of the apartments,” begins Moe Draz, founder of Architrave Interior Design.
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Photographs by Katie Charlotte Photography