Charbon Residence

Hilton Head Island, SC, 2011

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Project Description

Elmaleh East Wing, University of Virginia School of Architecture
©2017 Charlie Lovely 

Client: Charbon, LLC Bluffton, SC

Architect and general contractor: Charbon, LLC

Design Methodology

Client design-build firm asked MSLD to perform a wide range of services for this 12,000 sf, $45m residence.

The Owner requested that this Project be lit using at least 90% solid state lighting products.

As part of our services, we provided lighting design, applications and control design.

MSLD provided master systems integration services, specified and provided project management for an enterprise -level intranet backbone. A test stand was set up to judge the suitability of specific SSL products with the control system elements.

MSLD reviewed and redesigned custom luminaires; developed a custom exterior LED fiber optic lighting system for the pools, fountain and exteriors, as required to meet Code compliance issues.

At the request of the Builder, MSLD successfully presented the exterior lighting plans and concepts to the Sea Pines Architectural Review Board, which had previously denied all Project requests that differed from the PUD codes.

MSLD oversaw the Field Listings that were required for the project, including Luminaires, Spa tubs, and electrical distribution.

MSLD provided Project Management for this entire Scope, and the Project met its deadline.

Lighting products and controls budget was approximately $600/sf.

Lighting concepts: Matt Taylor
Electrical Contractor: Allison Smith, Atlanta, GA
Lighting control: HEAVi; James Geiger, Blaine Lanier, Mark Schuyler
Lighting application engineering and design: Mark Schuyler
Lighting project management: Mark Schuyler, Bobby Braddock
Listing NTRL: CSA, TUV

Elmaleh East Wing, University of Virginia School of Architecture
©2017 Charlie Lovely 
Elmaleh East Wing, University of Virginia School of Architecture
© Charlie Lovely, 2017 
Elmaleh East Wing, University of Virginia School of Architecture
©2017 Charlie Lovely