Meet the Architects – Lake + Land Studio
For the architects at Lake + Land Studio, the crux of their work is creating the perfect place for each of their clients to call “home.” Based in Southern Mississippi and drawing inspiration from life on the water, Lake + Land designs a distinct style of homes that features many of the endearing qualities of the coastal region, while also incorporating more open floor plans to fit how people live today.
Studied Architectural/Engineering Technology at the University of Southern Mississippi and Graduated in 2011 with Honors. Formed Lake and Land Studio with Bill Holloway
Bill started collecting house plan books while in elementary school and had his first home design built during his freshmen year of college. In 2006, Bill graduated Mississippi State University with a Bachelors of Architecture and was awarded the Jurist Award and a Scholarship by Marvin Integrity to study at Ghost 8, a Design/Build workshop, in Nova Scotia, Canada.
“The design process starts with you: the client”
Bill Holloway, partner
The firm utilizes cutting-edge, 3-D technology to design the renderings for all of its home sites. This technology allows both the builder and the client to make quick changes as well as provides more detail than a hand-sketch or watercolor rendering typically offers.
“While we do still utilize hand-sketch renderings, we have discovered our clients and home builders can really envision a future home best when looking at one of our 3-D renderings,” said Luke Sippel, partner
Cam Bradford Homes, one of the four home builders selected to build homes on Crane Island, is working closely with Lake + Land on a number of custom home projects.
“The 3-D rendering technology is a
Kitchen and Dining:
For Crane Island, Lake + Land drew inspiration and design cues from Downtown Fernandina Beach’s architectural vernacular to create a series of designs that honor the rich Low Country legacy in a way that feels fresh and contemporary. This includes taller ceilings and a centralized interior plan that invites people to the open space from every direction of the house.
“Traditional Low Country architecture is very segmented,” Holloway said. “Decades ago, the utilities were always placed in the back of
At Crane Island, every home will include approximately 20 to 25 percent of space dedicated to the porch experience. With Crane Island’s exceptional views and Lake + Land Studio’s expertise for luxury coastal living plus Cam Bradford Homes’ appreciation for detail and cutting-edge design, our canvas is ready for your custom creation to become a reality.
For more information on Lake + Land, please visit www.lakeandlandstudio.com.