For over thirty years, the simple two-story building in the heart of W. Lewis Street has been the home to Dixie Lock and Key. Prior to that, the space had been everything from a small hosiery factory to a boarding house. To maximize the potential of the building's key location, I proposed the 1st floor become "Lock + Key", a neighborhood cafe, while the top floor be split into two fairly equal residential units. The interior creative direction was a both a play on contrasts and a careful blend of southern and European influence. The drafting, rendering, and branding work was created using Revit, Photoshop and Illustrator.