Lofts on Fifth Situated in the historic district of downtown Fernandina Beach, this project adaptively reuses a non-contributing, vacant three-story masonry structure to deliver nine new urban housing units.  The existing, historically inappropriate classical front porch will be removed and all window systems will be replaced.  Additions to the building exterior include a new entry…

Young Life WildRidge Camp, Dining Hall Inspired by the authenticity of people and place, and responsive to the dramatic river and ledge features of the landscape, the architectural concept proposed by Silling Architects for these projects takes on a rustic minimalist character meant to sit lightly on the WildRidge Camp property.  Simple and regionally contextual…

Young Life WildRidge Camp, Camper Dorms Inspired by the authenticity of people and place, and responsive to the dramatic river and ledge features of the landscape, the architectural concept proposed by Silling Architects for these projects takes on a rustic minimalist character meant to sit lightly on the WildRidge Camp property.  Simple and regionally contextual…

West Virginia Young Life Camp Located on 1,100 acres adjacent to the Gauley River and Carnifex Ferry State Park in Nicholas County, WV, the new West Virginia Young Life Camp will become home to a world-class camp where middle and high school-aged kids can experience the best week of their lives at a place built…

Charleston Civic Center Coliseum In the mid 1970s city officials realized if Charleston was to take its place as a regional entertainment and convention center, expanded public assembly facilities were necessary.  A plan was put in place to construct a new coliseum and a two-story lobby connecting it to the existing Civic Center, which would…

West Virginia Science and Culture Center One week after the United States celebrated its bicentennial, Governor Arch Moore dedicated the West Virginia Science and Culture Center on July 11, 1976. Located just west of the state capitol and behind the Governor’s Mansion, the $14‐million structure, designed by C. E. Silling of Charleston, was constructed to…

West Virginia University Coliseum Designed by C.E. Silling & Associates (now Silling Architects), the $10.5 million West Virginia University Coliseum was the first of its kind upon its completion in 1970. With all concrete ribs connected to concrete pillars on the outside of the arena to form a compression ring to hold up the poured-in-place…

Charleston Civic Center Expansion Design Concept Although the design-build proposal was not selected, Silling played a key role on its’ team’s submission for the recent Charleston Civic Center Expansion and Renovation Project. Working with DLR Group in Overland Park, KS, our firm leaders stood shoulder to shoulder with some of the nation’s most talented convention…

2006 AIAWV Merit Award for Achievement in Architecture

2016 AIAWV MERIT AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN ARCHITECTURE

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