Architecture You Love
A North Carolina 501C3 Educational Nonprofit Archive Documenting, Preserving, and Promoting Residential Modernist Architecture

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STEVEN (STEVE) EDWIN ARNAUDIN (1954-)

Steve Arnaudin spent his childhood in New Jersey and Indiana prior to moving to Eden NC in 1970. He graduated from Morehead High School in Eden in 1973 and from the NC State School of Design (with a BEDA) in 1977. During his junior year summer at NC State, he interned with Harwell Hamilton Harris working with Joe Sam Queen.

Upon graduation from NC State, Arnaudin interned with Ralph J. Austin, Jr. of Eden, Al Platt of Brevard, Robert L. Daniels of Brevard, Joe Sam Queen of Waynesville, and Ligon Flynn of Wilmington.

Newly licensed in 1983, Arnaudin was hired by Wilmington architect John Sawyer as Sawyer’s first employee. Arnaudin returned to Brevard in 1991 to work with Al Platt. In 1993, Arnaudin launched his solo practice.


2004 - The Peg and Dan Bresnahan Residence, 8028 Cascade Lake Road, Cedar Mountain NC.


Sources include: Steve Arnaudin, Steve Cofer.