This picturesque family residence is nestled on the edge of the tidal salt marsh of Bohicket Creek on Johns Island. The homeowners were working with a tight budget, and were looking for materials that would endure in the southern coastal climate. Built to last, the structure of the home even accounts for a predicted sea level rise in the future.
The design of Bohicket House is linear in form, standing as the partition between the marsh habitat and the forest. Featuring Kebony Character cladding, sustainable building materials encourage harmony with the surrounding environment.