Blue Jay Bistro

This is a restaurant located in Littleton, NC. Through consultation and collaboration with its owners, West Depot designed a clean and elegant dining area and bar that features high ceilings and natural light that creates greater space...

Devotion Hillside House

The Mitchell River House sits on 30+ acres with expansive river frontage and overlooks a beautiful pasture in Mountain Park, NC. This is one of our favorite projects, ever. The design started out as ...

Golden Road Winery

As part of a Master Plan, West Depot designed the vineyards and winery literally from the ground up by positioning the grapevines for optimal sunlight and growth with consideration for aesthetic value...

Reeves Theatre

The Reeves Theater was originally opened as a 700-seat art-deco movie theater in 1941. It was fully operational until 1973, and later reopened as the Elk Twin until 1994. By then, the Reeves interior ...

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At West Depot Architecture, or approach is simple. We design around the vision and dreams of our clients. From our very first meeting, we strive to understand your inspiration and the things you desire most in a project. Those core wishes become the heart around which the rest of the project evolves.

This person-centered approach is the foundation for a meaningful and collaborative working relationship. As that vision grows and comes to life, engineers, interior designers, and builders become a part of the process and team. Through innovation and cutting-edge building technologies, West Depot Architecture provides our clients with options to build in the way that means the most to them. Aesthetics, efficiency, sustainability, and durability are all considerations that we bring to the table.

We understand that the end product for your project is not just a set of architectural drawings, but an extension of yourself or your organization.

joe seipel-parks

After receiving his Masters of Architecture from the Savannah  College of Art and Design, Joe spent nine years practicing architecture in the heart of historic Beaufort, South Carolina. In 2009, Joe and his family moved back to their home town of Elkin, NC. At this time, Joe established West Depot Architecture to offer a wide range of architectural consulting services to the Yadkin Valley region of North Carolina and beyond.

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