Thompson Place was published in  Southern Living's  September 2017 issue and  Atlanta Magazine HOME'S  Summer 2016 issue.  This residence is nestled in the heart of the South's highly acclaimed Canton Street District in Historic, Roswell.  Known to many as  The Porch Project , this new construction home centered around bringing locals only to the table to dream, design and build.  Designed by the renowned  Lew Oliver , notable for his work seen at Serenbe and Alys Beach, and built by  LeHigh Homes , the process and selections were dedicated towards sustainability.  Passionate about design and creating community, building a home became a beautiful marriage of those things.  Photography courtesy of   Emily J. Followill
       
     
150421_147.jpg
       
     
       
     
150421_022.jpg
       
     
150421_123.jpg
       
     
150421_163.jpg
       
     
150421_070.jpg
       
     
150421_112.jpg
       
     
150421_136.jpg
       
     
 Thompson Place was published in  Southern Living's  September 2017 issue and  Atlanta Magazine HOME'S  Summer 2016 issue.  This residence is nestled in the heart of the South's highly acclaimed Canton Street District in Historic, Roswell.  Known to many as  The Porch Project , this new construction home centered around bringing locals only to the table to dream, design and build.  Designed by the renowned  Lew Oliver , notable for his work seen at Serenbe and Alys Beach, and built by  LeHigh Homes , the process and selections were dedicated towards sustainability.  Passionate about design and creating community, building a home became a beautiful marriage of those things.  Photography courtesy of   Emily J. Followill
       
     

Thompson Place was published in Southern Living's September 2017 issue and Atlanta Magazine HOME'S Summer 2016 issue.

This residence is nestled in the heart of the South's highly acclaimed Canton Street District in Historic, Roswell.  Known to many as The Porch Project, this new construction home centered around bringing locals only to the table to dream, design and build.  Designed by the renowned Lew Oliver, notable for his work seen at Serenbe and Alys Beach, and built by LeHigh Homes, the process and selections were dedicated towards sustainability.  Passionate about design and creating community, building a home became a beautiful marriage of those things.

Photography courtesy of Emily J. Followill

150421_147.jpg
       
     
       
     
150421_022.jpg
       
     
150421_123.jpg
       
     
150421_163.jpg
       
     
150421_070.jpg
       
     
150421_112.jpg
       
     
150421_136.jpg