The Treeline Home

Located at the southern end of the Coffee Ridge Resort, the Treeline Home is considered the Owner’s Residence for the property. An emphasis on both a strong connection to the resort and its views and owner privacy and a chance for them to escape was extremely important in the design. CW architects, knowing the importance […]

West Iris Townhomes

Project Goal: To create modern, flexible, townhomes that provide occupants with great views and the ability to convert their space to meet the varying needs of single-family homes and short-term rentals. Concept: The hovering box: There are two contrasting elements to each unit. The first is the home itself, the white box, pure and floating […]

Coffee Ridge Resort

A place of natural beauty, with sounds of falling water, and views of the Appalachian Mountains set to offer an experience of escape and well-being. Located in East Tennessee near Erwin sits a 300 acres plot designed for a luxurious mountain retreat. Coffee Ridge Resort is a wellness-focused resort using modern, contextual architecture to create […]

Observatory Pavilion

Allowing guests of Coffee Ridge to reach out to the landscape beyond, The Observatory acts as a small event space overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains of East Tennessee. The “Point” acts as a stage for weddings and other focus-based ceremonies offering a platform with a 360-degree backdrop. The structure also features a 50-foot tall tower that acts as a dining experience while seconding as a beacon for the guests in the helicopter arriving at the resort.

The Rogers Residence

  Situated just outside of Nashville Tennessee in the Mount Juliet area is a new home for the Rogers Family. The client of this unique home was looking to build this new home on a 40-acre plot with a focus on longevity and sustainability. This home features 5 bedrooms, a media room, a gym, and […]

The Brentwood Yard House

THE BRENTWOOD YARD HOUSE Many homes around the US today are designed without contextual considerations. In the heart of one of Brentwood’s oldest neighborhoods, you will find cul-de-sacs and ranch homes built in the 1950s. Traditionally the ranch home created well-defined front and rear yards by placing simple, broad-brick volumes between the street and yard. […]