Meyer | Greeson | Paullin | Benson seeks to understand the personal experiences, passions and dreams of every patron as inspiration for each residence. Drawing on years of experience, the firm has an appreciation of subtle regional influences and understands the opportunities and limitations inherent in each site, seeking to maximize views, daylight, and integration with the surroundings. The goal is to produce beautiful, timeless homes that harmoniously address these guiding influences in a simple yet imaginative way. Residences maintain a human scale, balanced proportions, memorable compositions, and an intelligent use of expertly crafted materials. We invite you to view the following sampling of the our work.
We offer a full range of comprehensive services to take a project from inspiration to realization, including site evaluation, architectural and interior design services, construction management and landscaping enhancement. Our collaborative environment ensures a successful project by keeping communication open with our clients and contractors throughout the building process. We are committed to bringing the full benefit of our experience to each project, regardless of size and scope. Our long-standing relationships with the finest builders and subcontractors in the region result in beautiful and enduring structures every time.
Our award-winning firm includes members of the American Institute of Architects, the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission, ASID (American Society of Interior Designers), and USGBC (US Green Building Council).
MGPB is working on a substantial renovation of the Lassiter House, designed by A. G. Odell Jr., a national historic landmark.
Meyer Greeson Paullin Benson Architecture and Interior Design’s Sammy Greeson, AIA is highlightedin special interest magazine, Décor – The Most Exquisite Rooms Ever, Fall/Winter 2010, in the article “Engaging Personality”.
Sammy was called upon for his expertise on designing a sophisticated yet comfortable home, rich with character but without alot of fuss. Greeson’s shingle-style house design provided a historical façade with more relaxed interior architectural elements.
In-house Designer Kevin Carpenter Comments on How to Merge Styles in a Home
Meyer Greeson Paullin Benson Expand Their Portfolio
The firm has received a commission to design a home in Atlantic Beach, North Carolina.
Meyer Greeson Paullin Benson Recently Renovated A 1925 Colonial Revival Home
We have been awarded the 2010 Myers Park Homeowners’ Preservation Award.
Luxury Home Quarterly, “Family Rituals Create Homes with Built-In History”, Winter 2012
Veranda, “A Light Grace”, March-April 2012
Charlotte Urban Home, “The New Bold South”, June-July 2012
Charlotte Home and Garden, “The Great Decorating Debate”, April 2010
Traditional Home, “All is Calm, All is Light”, Holiday 2009
Charlotte Home and Garden, “A Modern Portrait”, Summer 2009
Charlotte Home and Garden, “The Modernizers”, Spring 2008
Dream Homes Carolinas, 2007
Charlotte Magazine, “Rebirth in Dilworth”, January 2007
Domino, “A Classic Ranch Grows Up”, October 2007
Beautiful Southern Homes by Better Homes and Gardens, “Blue Ridge Hideaway”, Fall/Winter 2006
Charlotte Magazine, “A Family Affair: Three families”, October 2006
Florida Design, “Pure Forms, Fine Art”, Fall 2005
Bathroom Trends, “Modern Classic”, Volume 16, No. 1
Beautiful Homes by Better Homes and Gardens, “Amid Mountain Majesties”, Winter 2004
Realtor Reflections, “Missy Luczak”, May 2004
Beautiful Homes by Better Homes and Garden, “Breaking Away”, Summer 2004
Decorating by Better Homes and Gardens, “Small Wonder”, September/October 2004
Today’s Custom Home, “Charlotte’s Country Estate”, Spring 2003
Charlotte Home Design, “Mountain Retreat”, July 2002
Charlotte Home Design, “Make Way for Art”, March 2002
House & Garden, “Life on the Edge”, January 2000
Citi Magazine, “At Home in a Pastoral Paradise”, July 1998
Southern Accents, “Inside and Out”, May/June 1996
NC Home, “Rays of Hope”, February 1994
NC Home, “A Standout”, March 1993
NC Home February, “The Call of the Wild”, 1992
North Carolina Homes & Gardens, “Townhouse Living”, February/March 1992
North Carolina Architecture, “Residential Architecture”, May/June 1992
NC Home, “Mixing It Up”, June 1992
Southern Accents, “Quiet Charm in Roaring Gap”, July/August 1992
Southern Accents, September 1991
Citi Magazine, “The 1990s: The Decade to Plan your Dream House”, Spring 1990
North Carolina Architect, “Purser Wood Floors”, May/June 1985
Southern Accents, “The Taj-Garage”, July/August 1984
Decorating Step by Step by Southern Living, “Mountain Lodging”
Home and Architecture Trends, “Mountaintop Hideaway”, Volume 16 No. 4
James E. Meyer, AIA, Partner
Sam W. Greeson, AIA, Partner
T. Mark Paullin, AIA, Partner
Matthew S. E. Benson, AIA, LEED, AP, Partner
Eric Binder, AIA
Piper Warner, AIA
Ryan Windt, ASID
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