JASON WEIL (1963-)
Weil grew up in Los Angelea and went to high school at Birmingham HS in Van Nuys. He earned a BA in Architecture from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 1986. He then designed buildings for Universal Studios, working on facilities in Florida. He designed for LA Law among other TV shows. He spent the next 18 years designing sets for films such as Minority Report, Planet of the Apes, and the Fisher King. He was nominated for an Emmy and won an Art Director's Guild award. In 2005, he left LA and moved to Asheville, establishing Retro+Fit Design.
2014 - The Brandon and Amanda Bryant House, aka Katie's Ridge, 1 Katies Ridge Drive, Asheville NC. Built by Brandon Bryant, Red Tree Builders. Sold in 2017 to Lucinda and T.W. Macdonald.
2015 - aka the Ciel House, aka The Prive, 565 Elk Mountain Scenic Highway, North Asheville NC. Built by Bellweather Design Build. Interiors by Allard+Roberts Interior Design. Spec house developed by AIBL Invest LLC. Sold in 2018 to Elk Mountain Real Estate LLC (James Seiler).
2016 - The Marc and Livia Honig House, 111 Carter Cove Road, North Asheville NC. Built by Brandon Bryant, Red Tree Builders. Photos by Deborah Scannell.
2016 - The Cynthia Reagan House, 9 Ellington Drive, Asheville NC. Pool added in 2017. Photos by Ryan Theede.
2018 - The Timothy Owings House, 50 Wandering Oaks Way, Asheville NC. Built by Osada Construction.
2018 - The Bendel House, Woodfin area, Asheville NC.
2018 - The Boulders Spec House, Hendersonville NC. Unbuilt.
2018 - The Francis and Alicia Erckmann House, Asheville NC. Built by Milestone.
2018 - The Barry and Margaret Krusch House, Asheville NC.
2018 - The Park House, Asheville NC.
2018 - The Vernick House, Asheville NC.
2018 - The Kevin and Johanna Spellman House, 40 Franklin Trace Drive, Asheville NC.
Sources include: Jason Weil; Brandon Bryant