A new residence compliments the historic Virginia-Highland streetscape.
Designed the re-creation of the original rear screened porch using historic photographs & sensitively inserted code-compliant guardrails at the rear terrace. Architect of record: Barbara Kovacs Black, AIA.
New front & rear porches create outdoor living spaces for a handsome historic home.
Originally constructed in 1788, the home's new owners now live in comfort with the integration of hvac, updated bathrooms and a new front porch.
New construction of a stone house. Recipient of the 2015 Shutze Award from the Institute of Classical Architecture and the 2013 Award of Excellence from the Atlanta Urban Design Commission.
An existing brick bungalow receives a new second story with craftsman detailing. Photo by Katie Bricker Photography.
A private school utilizes a grand historic house as its Admissions Offices. Architect of record: Barbara Kovacs Black, AIA.
A rear addition to an existing two-story suburban home.
A new craftsman style home in an historic neighborhood. Recipient of the 2009 Award of Excellence from the Atlanta Urban Design Commission.
Classic craftsman details come to life in this new construction.
Re-creation of the missing wood structure, stairs, windows and doors using historic photographs and meticulous field measurements. Architect of record: Barbara Kovacs Black, AIA.
A small Tudor style bungalow receive a new second story.
An American Small House gets a facelift with the addition of stone, heavy timber brackets, shutters & a bay window.
New additions to a classic 1960's ranch style home.
A new roofline encloses three bedrooms and two bathrooms for a growing family.
Brent Drone opened Antiquity Architecture & Design in 2005, specializing in designs that reflect the rich architectural traditions of American history. His first-hand knowledge and experience with historic structures, during his 23-year career, enable him in producing designs that are sensitive to time and place, while realizing his clients' visions.
When designing each project, Brent acknowledges the traditions of classical proportion and scale, the balance of shadow and light and the importance of the sustainable relationship between materials. His driving passion is to create spaces that welcome, delight and inspire while blending the character and comfortable elegance of the past with the technological requirements of modern life.
Brent's projects have been recognized for outstanding design by the Atlanta Urban Design
Commission, the City of Decatur and the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art with a 2015 Philip Shutze Award. Additionally, his work has been published in This Old House Magazine.
Brent offers the following services for projects involving new construction, renovations, additions and historic preservation:
Existing condition documentation and assessments
Brent Drone 404.680.9452