Issuu on Google+

Presented by CANCER CENTERS OF THE CAROLINAS

5 Calaverdi Ct., Simpsonville,29681

TOUR OPEN MARCH 4-20

10am-4pm Fridays & Saturdays, 1-4 pm Sundays ADMISSION: Adults – $15; Children ages 17 and under – FREE

Benefiting Institute for Translational Oncology Research (ITOR) as part of the GHS Cancer Center Tickets available at the home and online at www.designershowcasehome.com. For additional information, call 864-797-7732.


Dear Supporter in the F ight Against Cancer: On behalf of our fa milies a nd colleagues, welcome to the 2011 ITOR Designer Showcase Home! This project benefits the Institute for Tra nslational Oncolog y Research (ITOR), a part of the Ca ncer Center at Greenville Hospital Syste m University Medical Center. What a u nique opportu nity to raise much-needed fu nds for patients with ca ncer right here in our commu nity. We invite you to experience room upon room, designer after designer; we promise you will enjoy every moment!

Stoneledge Properties welcomes you to the 2011 ITOR Designer Showcase Home, presented by Cancer Centers of the Carolinas to benefit the Institute for Translational Oncology Research (ITOR) as part of the GHS Cancer Center.

ITOR Medical Director Joe Step henson, M.D. & Nancy Stephen son; ITOR Associate Medical Director Jeff Edenfield, M.D. & Andrea Edenfield

It is re marka ble a nd hu mbling to us how the commu nity has pulled together for this project. One third of men a nd one quarter of women in the U.S. have had ca ncer, mea ning that nearly every fa mily in the nation has been affected by it. ITOR represents a new model in the war against this disease. With a vision to create a n international destination center that develops a nd delivers innovative, personalized ca ncer therapies for our neighbors a nd fa mily, ITOR is tra nsforming ca ncer For more information about ITOR, care on ma ny levels. Here, patients receive some of the contact GHS Cancer Center Medical most adva nced treatments availa ble a nywhere, while Director Larry Gluck, M.D., ITOR doctors conduct pioneering research on life-saving Medical Director Joe Stephenson, M.D. ca ncer drugs. or ITOR Associate Medical Director Jeff Edenfield at 455-3600.

The efforts of ITOR include a phase 1 Clinical Research Unit, biorepository services, a nd proteomics a nd genomics capa bilities in one location. Our goal is to expedite path-breaking research so that it ca n be applied more rapidly in clinical settings. We believe we are u niquely positioned to develop a cooperative model in the evolving field of oncolog y drug development. ITOR partners include leading pharmaceutical compa nies, research u niversities, private industry a nd the govern ment. At present, we have more tha n 30 partners a nd colla borators working every day for fa milies here in the Upstate. The 2011 Showcase Home has been a colla borative effort as well, from talented builder Chris Bailey of Stoneledge Properties to tea ms from Winn the F ight/Ju nior League who will serve as room hosts during the show. We could not have done it without the m! Take your first step into the home by enjoying the following pages of exquisite design. Then mark your calendar a nd visit.. All fu nds raised support ITOR. Invite your neighbors to join you during our special “Trader Joe Days” March 4-6. Y ou will not wa nt to miss the magic! We look forward to seeing you.

We are grateful to have been chosen as the builder of this grand home, which raises funds to support local innovative cancer treatment for our families, neighbors and friends here in the Upstate through ITOR. This new innovative collaboration paves the way for new breakthroughs in rapid drug development, diagnostic discovery and advanced cancer care. Thank you for helping to make this possible through purchasing a ticket to the ITOR Designer Showcase Home preview party or tour ticket! The grand estate home is located within the gates of the prestigious Southampton community in the Five Forks area. It’s the culmination of cutting edge design, quality construction, cutting edge audio/video, perimeter security and a multitude of unique features and products to simplify the daily routine. From initial concept, this home was intended to be an oasis of relaxation inside and out, whether you’re relaxing by the natural stone waterfall that flows into the pool and koi pond, grilling at the grand outdoor kitchen, soaking in the stunning master bedroom/ bathroom suite with a custom shower grotto, indulging in the amazing home theatre, or marveling at the Stoneledge Properties signature Ceilings With Style® & convenience features. Stoneledge Properties works closely with clients to consider space, comfort, and livability needs while delivering a truly unforgettable, cost-competitive and irreplaceable home. Attention to detail and quality construction are the hallmarks this home has been built on! Please enjoy the tour, and thank you for supporting Greenville and ITOR!

Sincerely,

Tickets online at www.designershowcasehome.com | ITOR information at www.ITOR-ghs.org

2

T H E

2 0 1 1

I T O R

D E S I G N E R

S H O W C A S E

H O M E

For more information about Stoneledge Properties, contact Chris Bailey at 864-286-6141 or info@stoneledgeproperties.com, or visit www.stoneledgeproperties.com.


Family dinners have never sounded so good. This fresh take on an old standard boasts a Stoneledge Properties’ signature ceiling, while designers Rosanne Hamilton and Lauren Middlekauff (Carolina Furniture & Interiors) used the cozy round table, soft metallic window treatments and distinctive sideboard to bring warmth and understated glamour together in one amazing dining room.

BUILDING

THE

FU TU R E

OF

C A NC ER

R ESEA R C H

NOW

3


You’ve never seen comfort look so luxurious until you step into this great room. The Stoneledge Properties signature Ceilings With Style ® sets the tone for the rest of the home’s breathtaking design, while the circle sawn rustic wide-plank floors invite you to slip off your shoes and stay awhile. The espresso built-in bookshelves flank the custom-designed fireplace, which boasts regionally harvested stone hand-chiseled on-site. Take in the understated glitz and old world feel, thanks to the design work of Suzi Smith (Design Partners Incorporated).

DON’T MISS: The Open Space® patio doors, which fold out to a 12-foot opening that begs you to bring the great outdoors inside.

4

T H E

2 0 1 1

I T O R

D E S I G N E R

S H O W C A S E

H O M E


The heart of the home (Suzi Smith, Design Partners Incorporated) has an unbelievable list of creative and convenient features guaranteed to inspire. A faux-bronze oven hood takes cooking to a whole new level, while the island’s built-in paper towel holder conveniently keeps the kitchen clean and fuss-free. Under sink In-cabinet lighting guarantees never having to fumble in the dark again. Think those cabinets are just gorgeous storage? Think again: inside them you’ll find a separate refrigerator and freezer that stretches storage capacity to fit any family. DON’T MISS: The wallmounted coffee machine cuts out the daily grind of preparation with its own water supply, so you never have to fill the coffee pot!

BU ILDING

THE

FU TU R E

OF

C A NC ER

R ESEA R C H

NOW

5


Slip into the home theatre (Suzi Smith, Design Partners Incorporated) and enjoy everything from home movies to award-winning features showcased on the state of the art 3D silver screen. You’ve got room to stretch out in the stadium seating, or you can invite the whole family and plenty of friends to join you. Gothic arches grace the walls and frame the soft custom-designed lighting, while the snack bar doubles as a technology center when you need to mix work and play.

6

T H E

2 0 1 1

I T O R

D E S I G N E R

S H O W C A S E

H O M E


DON’T MISS: The doggie delight center, with custom-designed dog bone cabinets, food storage & roll-out feeding tray to keep the goodies hidden away.

When you see the Stoneledge Properties signature convenience features included in this area designed by Suzi Smith of Design Partners Incorporated, you won’t want to leave. Purse management and storage system means an easy, consistent place to stash a handbag. A junk mail sorting area ensures that

unwanted mail never makes its way into the home. The wall charging station offers a one stop shop for keeping all electronic devices ready to go. A full-service laundry room includes a laundry chute, 3-basket sorting station, high counter tops for folding, and a basket deployment area that ensures everything returns to its proper place.

BUILDING

THE

FU TU R E

OF

C A NC ER

R ESEA R C H

NOW

7


DON’T MISS: The motionactivated lighting in the his-and-hers closets, which is repeated throughout every closet in the home.

Where do peace and pampering meet? Right here in the master suite. Designer Suzi Smith (Design Partners Incorporated) brings European flair to life in the fine French tapestries and rich fabrics. Relax by the fire under another Ceiling with Style® or let the outdoor gas lantern 8

T H E

2 0 1 1

I T O R

D E S I G N E R

S H O W C A S E

H O M E

light your way through the spacious master bedroom before moving into the unforgettable master bath. Space gets specialized here, with his-and-hers matching wardrobes guiding the way to the room’s jaw-droppingly gorgeous crown jewel: the Kohler Sok® overflowing


infinity tub. Follow the Italian tile past the hisand-hers vanities and walk-in closets to the custom shower grotto, which boasts Eternal Water Heaters and a Kohler DTV computercontrolled shower system. BUILDING

THE

FU TU R E

OF

C A NC ER

R ESEA R C H

NOW

9


Just like the rest of this home, attention has been paid to every detail in the upstairs suites. Each of the three bedrooms boasts a built-in desk and chest of drawers, along with spacious walk-in closets. Designers Sarah Lynch (Jeff Lynch Design services), Rosanne Hamilton and Lauren Middlekauff (both of Carolina Furniture & Interiors) infused each suite with its own unique identity, while still maintaining a stylish cohesion.

DON’T MISS: The suite bathrooms, which are all custom-designed and feature overhead rain systems. 10

T H E

2 0 1 1

I T O R

D E S I G N E R

S H O W C A S E

H O M E


Upstairs, you’ll find old Hollywood glamour mixing with the millennial generation in the spacious teen media loft. The Jeff Lynch design team had an urban chic oasis in mind when they laid out this fun competition space in greens and grays under portraits of movie stars. There’s plenty of room for playing video games on the 50-inch television, challenging a friend to a game of ping pong or entertaining friends.

DON’T MISS: The Velux skylights, just a few of the dozen skylights and sun tunnels warming up this and other spaces throughout the home. BUILDING

THE

FU TU R E

OF

C A NC ER

R ESEA R C H

NOW

11


Get ready to rumble! This Jeff Lynch-designed home gym has everything you need to stay fit and motivated, including plenty of privacy and space. Whether you’re perfecting your tae kwon do skills on the mat or pumping some iron on the equipment provided by Pro Fitness of Greenville, you can keep an eye on your workout with the wall-to-wall mirrors.

DON’T MISS: The glamorous black chandelier, which maintains the art studio’s own special identity while echoing the home’s consistent design feature of chandeliers.

Get inspired in the home’s art studio, affectionately dubbed The Diva Depot (Jeff Lynch). A handpainted mural lends the space a creative vibe, while the Gladiator GarageWorks ® system provides practical project storage. Clean up after an artistic session at the wall-length washing station, which features a dramatic cracked mirror accent.

12

T H E

2 0 1 1

I T O R

D E S I G N E R

S H O W C A S E

H O M E


George Vanderbilt himself would be pleased with this stately study and bath. You’ll find plenty of grandeur here, with the Stoneledge Properties signature ceiling, stately Jeff Lynch design and the Turkish bath tile. Don’t miss the spacesaving features, too: built-in storage in both the study and the bath keep things organized without sacrificing opulence.

BU ILDING

THE

FU TU R E

OF

C A NC ER

R ESEA R C H

NOW

13


The phrase “the great outdoors” takes on a whole new meaning here. Sneak out for a secluded getaway in the spa or by the peaceful Koi pond, which features a serene waterfall that feeds the pool provided by Hot Springs Pools & Spas. The fullyequipped outdoor cooking station offers a chance for any aspiring chef to show off grilling skills and bartending tricks. Landscape designer Joel Kirby took inspiration from South Carolina’s own mountains and streams to give the house a sense of place while creating the ultimate resort for the homeowners.

DON’T MISS: The fully mature Japanese Cryptomeria, supplied by Tree Spaders of Greenville, giving this paradise the privacy it needs. 14

T H E

2 0 1 1

I T O R

D E S I G N E R

S H O W C A S E

H O M E


CAROLINA FURNITURE & INTERIORS www.cfiupstate.com Carolina Furniture & Interiors designers include Greenville natives Rosanne Hamilton and Lauren Middlekauff, who both specialize in residential design. Rosanne has 36 years of experience as an interior designer and is a member of the American Society of Interior Designers. Lauren is a Clemson University graduate and has been employed with Carolina Furniture and Interiors since 2005.

CURLY WILLOW DESIGNS, LLC www.curlywillowdesigns.com After graduating from Clemson University with a Bachelors degree in Landscape Architecture, Joel Kirby worked for Arbor Engineering for just over 8 years. He started Curly Willow Designs, LLC in 2001 at the advice of friends and family to pursue another one of his passions, event planning and production. While events occupy some of his work week, Joel maintains his love for landscape design. He is a registered landscape architect and enjoys giving clients warm, inviting, and stylish outdoor spaces.

relocated to the Upstate from Atlanta in 2004. Having first established design talents in the Georgia and Florida markets, Design Partners has worked diligently to achieve a reputation of excellence here in the

design portfolio includes work at the University of Saudi Arabia, Duke Energy and the 2010 Southern Living Home, is joined by design associates Cherith Pratt, Jennifer P. Edgerton, Jennifer Williams and Meara Spillum.

Western Carolinas.

STONELEDGE PROPERTIES JEFF LYNCH

www.stoneledgeproperties.com

www.jefflynch.com

Chris and Meranda Bailey founded Stoneledge Properties to fulfill a lifelong dream of building fine custom

Jeff Lynch’s internationally renowned lead designer Sarah Lynch, whose

homes! They pride themselves in providing clear, concise advice and direction on a wide range of products and construction methods available, which allows them to build the most detailed and intricate of projects while making the selection process simple and enjoyable.

• Take Interstate 85 to Woodruff Road • Drive southbound on Woodruff Road/Hwy 146 for approximately 6 miles. • Turn left onto South Bennett's Bridge Road/Hwy 296. • Drive approximately 3/4 of a mile and turn left into the Southampton community. • The home is located at 5 Calaverdi Court, which will be located on your right.

CREW 13 ARCHITECTURE Matt Parker, a licensed architect in both South Carolina and North Carolina, is a member of NCARB and AIA. He has continued his passion for high end residential work in the local area, including The Custom House in downtown Greenville, Thorneblade, Chanticleer, Southhampton, Montebello, Chartwell Estates and the Cliffs Communities, to name a few.

DESIGN PARTNERS INCORPORATED www.designpartnersincsc.net Founded and owned by Suzi Smith, Design Partners Incorporated is an upscale interior design firm that

BU ILDING

THE

FU TU R E

OF

C A NC ER

R ESEA R C H

NOW

15


PRESENTED BY Cancer Centers of the Carolinas (CCC) is a community-based, physicianowned practice with 25 board-cer tified oncologists practicing in multiple locations across the Upstate. CCC is the Upstate’s largest cancer care group, treating over 6,000 new patients annually.

SHOWCASE PARTNERS

VENDOR PARTICIPANTS AND TRADE PARTNERS AAA Fence Crafters

Fireside Hearth and Home (fireplaces)

Overhead Door of Greenville

ABC Supply

Floored!

Par-Con

Accommodating Concrete

Galler y of Lighting

Priceless Construction & Trim

Advanced Central Vacuums

Gateway Supply

PT Tile installation

Alternative Septic Solutions

GBS Lumber

Rigsby ’s Hardwood Floors

Arguedas Masonr y

General Shale Brick

Rod’s Painting

Artistic Iron Works

Glen’s Plumbing

Samson Stone

Bob Burnett ’s Carlyle Exteriors (roofing)

Harmony Landscaping (water features & Koi pond)

Sherwin-Williams Paint Spartan Security

Carolina Custom Stair Works

HBS Foam Insulation

Carolina Flooring Specialties (garage epoxy)

HGI Cabinetr y (cabinets and master closets)

Carolina Specialties of Williamston

Hot Springs Pools and Spas

Chisim Ceiling and Sheetrock

Jeff Lynch

Stereo Video

Circle Trim Inc.

Kessick Wine Cellars

Tidewater Lumber

Classic Carpets and Interiors

Kitchen & Perr y Crawl Space Doors

Tree Spaders of Greenville (transplanted trees)

Donald Starling Energy Rating

Martin Nurser y and Garden Center

Edwards Mechanical

Old Castle Surfaces

Upstate Custom Wood Shop (cedar beams)

Essentials Faux Painting

Organize it (secondar y closets)

Staarmann Framing Staggs Landscaping (pavers, landscaping, irrigation, lighting)

Upstate Sheet Metal & Copper Ward Electrical

SPECIAL THANK YOUS Southampton Development

Greenville Journal

Trader Joe’s Staff

Chris and Meranda Bailey

The Junior League of Greenville

ITOR Staff

The 2011 ITOR Designer Showcase Home committee

Kristy Way

Jani-King Commercial Cleaning

Kennett Wines

Boco Loca Rum

GHS Office of Philanthropy & Par tnership

Audrey Wiederstein

The Green Room

GHS Marketing/Public Relations and Physician Relations staff

Jenn Parker

The Gluck Family

Lab 21

The Stephenson Family

CB events

Bank of Travelers Rest

The Edenfield Family


2011 ITOR Designer Showcase Home