Ivy Hall

Designed by noted architect G.L. Norrman and built in 1883, this 4,400 square-foot, two-and-one-half story residence is a listed on the National Register of Historic Places. SBCH worked with the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) to restore the house that had been so damaged due to fire and neglect, it was listed as one of the most endangered buildings in the city in 2001 and again in 2003. Rehabilitation included removal of a 1970’s restaurant addition and restoration of character-defining features including the slate roof, decorative sheet-metal, wood millwork, plaster finishes and masonry,

Ivy Hall

Atlanta, GA

4,400 sf

Adaptive reuse of a historic building for use by SCAD as their Literary Arts & Writing Center

2009 Shutze Award for Craftsmanship, Institute of Classical Art and Architecture Southeast
2009 Georgia Trust Preservation Award for Excellence in Restoration
2009 Atlanta Urban Design Commission Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation
2012 Atlanta Regional Commission Developments of Excellence Award

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