Sullivan Carriage House

Client: San Antonio Botanical Society
Completion Date: 1992
Project Size: 5,800 SF
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The building was originally designed by renowned architect Alfred Giles in the 1890s as the stables for the Sullivan house on Broadway. Intending to adaptively reuse it as a meeting room, gift shop, and restaurant, The San Antonio Botanical Society had it disassembled and partially reconstructed on their grounds. The interior was reassembled to accommodate new uses, salvaged materials were repurposed, and new work was integrated to be compatible with but distinct from the original structure.