This late 18th century elevated Charleston single house restoration + renovation included removing a first floor kitchen infilling the rear of the piazza and reconnecting the interior and piazzas to its garden setting with a newly designed kitchen featuring a two-sided glass enclosure to the rear of the main body of the house. On the second floor above the kitchen as part of a master suite renovation, a solid wall of closets was removed and a two-sided glass office was created above the new kitchen commanding views of the grand live oaks and garden below. Work also included restoring numerous historic features on the interior and exterior of the dwelling.