Mid-Atlantic Hawaiian ModernInspired by the postwar phenomenon known as tropical modernism and the designs of mid-century Hawaiian modernist Architect Vladimir Ossipoff, this contemporary home by Michael Ross Kersting, A.I.A. & Christopher Parker, P.E. embraces the landscape & seashore with engaging spaces for seamless indoor-outdoor living. It's broad frontage as the Easternmost dwelling on Harbor Island, North Carolina located in the Township of Wrightsville Beach affords privacy and dramatic views of the Atlantic Ocean. Complete furniture package design by preeminent interior design firm Suzanne C. Moss, A.S.I.D. With a structural steel moment frame, deep cantilevered overhangs, cast-in-place architectural concrete, and horizontally juxtaposed ipe rain screen siding - it leads the way for appropriate modernism in the Mid-Atlantic United States.
Copyright 2020 NCRMLS. All rights reserved. North Carolina Regional Multiple Listing Service, (NCRMLS), provides content displayed here (“provided content”) on an “as is” basis and makes no representations or warranties regarding the provided content, including, but not limited to those of non-infringement, timeliness, accuracy, or completeness. Individuals and companies using information presented are responsible for verification and validation of information they utilize and present to their customers and clients. NCRMLS will not be liable for any damage or loss resulting from use of the provided content or the products available through Portals, IDX, VOW, and/or Syndication. Recipients of this information shall not resell, redistribute, reproduce, modify, or otherwise copy any portion thereof without the expressed written consent of NCRMLS.
GreatSchools Ratings for Virginia are based on the Standards of Learning (SOL) End-of-Grade reading, writing, math, science and history/social science results and the End-of-Course reading, writing, algebra I, algebra II, geometry, biology, chemistry, earth science, world geography, Virginia and United States history, world history I and world history II results. Grade 8 history/social science results were not included due to incomplete reporting by the state. GreatSchools compared the test results for each grade and subject across all Virginia schools and divided them into 1 through 10 ratings (10 is the best). Please note, private schools are not required to release test results, so ratings are available only for public schools. GreatSchools Ratings cannot be compared across states, because of differences in the states' standardized testing programs. Keep in mind that when comparing schools using GreatSchools Ratings it's important to factor in other information, including the quality of each school's teachers, the school culture, special programs, etc.