The owner of a period ranch house in Morningside realized her house no longer fit her needs or lifestyle – awkward circulation, kitchen too small, not enough parking, etc. – but she loved the neighborhood and location, so she contacted Jones Pierce to explore her options. See the results here.
MF Sushi Restaurant, Inman Park, Atlanta The famous Kinjo brothers are back! Atlanta’s original sushi masters have returned from a successful expansion into Houston, setting up their next award-winning restaurant in the trendy Highland Avenue corridor of Inman Park, featuring interior stylings by Alex Kinjo and architecture by Jones Pierce. MF Sushi Restaurant 299 North…
Living in harmony with your home. As I toured a potential clients’ home for the first time I recognized the classic 1990’s suburban entry pattern. I could either chose the “friends” entry”, the direct route from the driveway, or choose the hike to the front door on the other side of the yard. I was directed to…
Back in 2014 Jones Pierce was asked to transform a former Atlanta Public Schools building (est. 1928) into the new headquarters for Families First, a prominent and highly regarded Atlanta-based family services foundation. For the last 125 years, Families First has been providing empowering solutions for Atlanta’s most vulnerable population by connecting, strengthening and sustaining…
The transformation of a former Atlanta Public Schools building into the new headquarters for a prominent and highly regarded Atlanta-based family services foundation. This large scale adaptive reuse project protected an existing structure by completely renovating/customizing the interior while leaving the historically significant structure and façade intact.
Learn more about this sustainable home built to “passive house” standards and see completed images.
Our first completed passive house was featured in Lake Martin’s Lake Magazine. Click to read the article.
Renovation design for a vacant ranch on a 2 acre lot on West Wesley in Buckhead.
A mid century ranch gets gutted and transformed into a mid century modern gem in the Sherwood Forest neighborhood of Atlanta.
Learn about our first passive house and the science behind it.