Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Crosswell Residence on The Gardens of Madison County

Project:  Crosswell Residence
Architect:  Scott Morgan
Landscape Architect:  Andy McCrory

Photos by Scott Morgan


Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Mississippi Vein Institute

Madison, Mississippi
Landscape Architect:  McCrory & Associates
Architect:  Scott Morgan

Monday, March 14, 2011

Tuesday, March 9, 2010


Client:  Tabor Development
Land Planning Consultants:  McCrory & Associates, LLC
Architect:  Scott Morgan
Starkville, Mississippi

Friday, March 5, 2010

The Pitot House at Bellegrove

Renovation Project
Client:  Tabor Development
Starkville, Mississippi

We worked on the graphic renovations for an old apartment complex in Starkville a few years ago.  Our client purchased these old buildings and renovated them into condos. 

On a trip to Starkville this week, we stopped by to see how it turned out.  The restoration is definitely an improvement over the orginal.  Amazing what a little paint and elbow grease can do.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Seattle Drip Trade Show Banners

We recently worked on the graphic banners for a trade show for our friends at Seattle Drip.  Love that coffee!!!

Seattle Drip Advertising Graphic

This is one of the advertising graphics we worked on for Seattle Drip.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009


Residential Development
Madison, Mississippi

The following are a few pics of the water feature we designed for the community.

The following are a few pics during construction.

This is the chopped stone selected to go on the walls and fountain.

Pool contractors shooting the gunite into place.

Saint Ives

Residential Development Entrance Feature
Madison, Mississippi
Client:  Matt B. Jensen Companies

I recently came across a few pics I took some time ago of the entrance to Saint Ives.  This project was one of my first designs I worked on after starting the company.

This was one of my first sketches of the entrance.

The client agreed on this sketch to move forward with the construction documents.  Below are a few details from several sheets of documents for construction. 

This rendering was the final graphic used for presenting to the City of Madison and marketing.

Below are a few pics during construction.

Setting the iron arbor that spans over the entry lane.

Some might consider this a bad batch of brick.  Not exactly.  It is a "clinker" brick.  More expensive than the basic regular brick.

We had these "Z" anchors fabricated to secure the limestone corbels onto the walls.

Masons installing the limestone corbels.

Installing the copper finial.