SVB + Reckley Architects

Projects

 

Decades of experience in residential and commercial architecture.

 

OUR LIST OF PROJECTS IS LONG AND LOVED

We’re proud of every project and relationship formed over decades of hard, passionate work. Our approach to architecture ensures all parts of the building work together to create a high-performance, durable, economical, energy-saving and environmentally-friendly home or building.

See a complete list of projects here.

 
 

terhaar residence

This single-family residence melts seamlessly into the wooded lot with horizontal planes and corner windows, allowing a two-sided view of nature from all interior rooms. 

 

lighthouse pointe

Originally a two-bedroom cottage – today this home creates comfort for a family of four, boasting five bedrooms, four baths, and a view of the Detroit River.

 
 

BUTCH’S DRY DOCK

Butch’s Dry Dock was a redevelopment of an existing downtown retail space – now a fining dining restaurant, wine/cocktail lounge and wine retail shop.

 

FAIRBANKS VILLAGE

Designed using the newest of New Urbanism Principles – Fairbanks Village departs from the average – with a variety of outdoor spaces recalling a small village community.

 
 

ONDERGROUND

Onderground was designed and developed to attract a specific clientele – the restaurant specializes in unique handmade cocktails.

 

BENJAMIN’S HOPE

Benjamin’s Hope is an innovative residential community of learning, adventure, worship and play – set on a 40-acre campus.

 
 

COMPASSIONATE HEART

Compassionate Heart has a full working kitchen, dining facilities, gymnasium, craft and project spaces, casual living rooms and offices for staff.

 
 

MIZU SUSHI

Mizu Sushi was a redevelopment of an existing downtown retail space – now a premiere sushi restaurant boasting a pristine sushi bar and simple, modern decor.

 
 

FLAGSTAR BANK

This full-service Flagstar Bank was designed to physically fit into a constrained site, blend in with the neighboring historic cider mill and large-scale private residences.

 
 

HUDSON CENTER

The Hudson Center building is Hudsonville’s first three-story structure. This $4.2 million investment has created a walkable downtown business district for the city.

 
 

GRAAFSCHAP CRC

Graafschap Christian Reformed Church needed to make big changes to accommodate a growing congregation – and maintain the original church aesthetic.