Johnston Architecture is helping to shape our city

Johnston Architecture AIA, is a full-service, award-winning residential and commercial design firm. Based in Wilmington, North Carolina, Johnston Architecture AIA is recognized for its coastal and mountain architecture, historic preservation and restoration achievements, and water intrusion mitigation and remediation practices.

Many of Johnston Architecture’s designs can be seen across the Wilmington and NC coastal communities.

 

St. James Parish Episcopal Church

Wilmington’s iconic St. James church at the corner of Market and 3rd Streets was recently renovated under Johnston’s designs and supervision. All historic restoration was done to be as true as possible to the original building design and materials.

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Eagle Point Golf Club

Regarded as one of the Atlantic Coasts most exclusive golf clubs, site of the 2017 Wells Fargo PGA Tour & designed by noted golf course architect Tom Fazio, Eagle Point resides on an upland point adjacent Mill Creek in the Porter’s Neck Community. The collaborative architectural and landscape design have created an elegant synthesis of buildings with the site.

Johnston Architecture has designed 15 buildings, an entry gateway, bridge and primary roadways on the 275 acre facility.

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Red Bank Wine in Mayfaire

This boutique wine shop in the Mayfaire Town Center boasts an interior inspired by wine. A cork floor, Bordeaux red ceiling, earthy wall tones, custom wood racking and bottle displays accentuate this unique interior volume. Designed for maximum wine display and efficient customer flow this design celebrates the culture and business of wine.

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Figure 8 Island homes with panache

A gathering place for family and friends, this classic barrier island beach home’s living spaces present ocean-to-sound views that summon Figure Eight Island’s quintessential sense of place.

 

Twelve Oaks in Landfall

On the grounds of Pembroke Jones’ hallowed hunt club estate, Twelve Oaks anchors Landfall’s marsh cove point, capturing stunning waterway views from a wooded bluff treed with ancient live oaks preserved to frame views of the Intracoastal Waterway. The architectural foundation is inspired by the rambling, grand Shingle Style homes of Newport, Rhode Island. This timeless coastal estate is a gathering place for one family’s three generations.

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