Jane Frederick, FAIA

Jane, a ninth-generation Southerner, is heavily influenced by her fascination with how her forbearers lived in harmony with the harsh southern climate: her great-great grandmother operated a ferry boat across the Escatawpa River in Mississippi and her great-great grandparents lived in a dogtrot-style house in Alabama.

Jane is dedicated to a close client collaborative to ensure that every clients' house meets their aspirations. She designs the interior finishes to reflect the lifestyle of the homeowner and seamlessly connect the house to the site.

She received her Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University. Jane is a Fellow in the Aspen Global Leadership Network and currently serves on the American Institute of Architects Board as one of three At-Large Directors. In 2012, Jane was awarded Fellowship by the American Institute of Architects for her service to the profession.

When she is not working or traveling, she enjoys cooking, entertaining, & bicycling. jane also serves on the City of Beaufort, Design Review Board.


Michael Frederick, AIA

Michael’s knowledge of historical and vernacular architecture, coupled with his keen ability to combine timeless architectural truths with current advancements, enable him to create award-winning custom residences that celebrate the region’s architectural and natural heritage while exceeding client expectations and providing high, lasting value. Michael received his Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University.

Over the years, Michael’s dedication to excellence has continued to shine through as he has involved himself with various local and regional organizations. When he is not busy in the studio drawing or water coloring, you can find him around town rowing, running, bicycling, fishing, and kayaking.

Although he values his involvement in these activities, Michael’s true passion centers on creating sustainable architecture that connects people to their environment. Building and restoring existing architecture that provides spaces that enhance our day to daily lives and restore and preserve the natural systems that sustain life is his goal.