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KEVIN PFIRMAN (1971-)

Born in Somers Point NJ, Pfirman graduated from Mainland Regional HS in Linwood NJ in 1990. He finished a Bachelor of Arts degree from UNC-Charlotte in 1994, interning at Gary Mednick Architect in Linwood NJ. This was followed by a three-year internship at Charlotte's C. L. Helt Architects and 1998 completion of a Bachelors in Architecture, again at UNC-Charlotte. After working until 2001 for Wilmington's Michael Ross Kersting Architecture, he founded his own firm in 2002 in Wilmington.


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2004 - The Kevin Pfirman Office, aka The Experiment, 5703 Wrightsville Avenue, Wilmington.


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2004 - The Mort Neblett Residence, aka Great Oak Gallery, 6023 Joshua's Landing Lane, Wilmington NC.


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2005 - The Stacey E. Ferris Residence, aka Dog Leg Right, 1823 Baywater Court SE, Bolivia NC.


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2009 - aka The Courtyard House On A Hill. Unbuilt.


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2010 - The Ralph Konrady House, aka One For The Road, 5707 Wrightsville Avenue, Wilmington NC. Also built by Konrady.


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2010 - aka The Two For The Road House. Unbuilt.


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2010 - aka The Three For The Road House. Unbuilt.


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2010 - aka The MaMa Dojo House. Unbuilt.


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2010 - aka The Four Dog Trots House. Unbuilt.


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2013 - The Todd and Tina Piper Residence, aka Sandpiper, 413 Clarendon Boulevard, Carolina Beach NC.


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2013 - aka the Pages Creek House, Wilmington NC. Designed to look like five metal and cedar clad bait shacks with subtle Japanese styling. Built by Sterling Construction.


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2014 - The Lucien and Jane Ellison House, 6402 Quail Run Road, Wilmington NC. Built by Ellison Building Company. Wilmington's first Passivehouse. Pictured: Kevin Pfirman and Lucien Ellison.


Around 2014 - aka Futch Creek House, aka Noodleman House, Wilmington NC.


2017 - The James C. Shaw House, aka 702 Waynick LLC House, aka the Green Light District, aka Concrete House, 702 Waynick Boulevard, Wrightsville Beach NC. Built by Jeremy Bishop, Sterling Construction. Photos by Dail Dixon.


2022 - House in Emerald Isle NC.


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2022 - The Kevin Pfirman House, 4315 Cranesbill Court, Wilmington NC.


2022 - The Connor Barth House, 625 Dundee Drive, Wilmington NC.


Sources include: Kevin Pfirman; Wrightsville Beach Magazine.

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