LUCY CAROL DAVIS, AIA (1950-)
Davis grew up in Charlotte. She attended the NC School of the Arts the first three years it was open and graduated in Music in 1968, followed by a BA in Music and Philosophy from Swarthmore College and a Masters in Architecture from the University of Oregon.
During 1973 she attended the University of Auckland and received the government's Queen Elizabeth II Prize in Architecture, a historical preservation award.
Early in her career, she worked for Carrboro's Designworks (with Dail Dixon, Giles Blunden, Knox Tate, Bob Giddings, and Walker Hagans) in Carrboro and was one of the founders of Space Builders, also in Carrboro.
She has been Principal of LCDA Architecture since 1983 and President of Davis, Davis, and Davis Construction, owned with her dad and her brother.
1979 - The Margie and Ron Rindfuss House, 709 East Rosemary Street, Chapel Hill. Features a large solarium and Trombe wall, with brick floors for thermal mass. For sale in 2013.
1980 - The David Auerbach House, 405 Canal Street, Raleigh. Has concrete floors. Sold in 1986 to David and Janna Barnes. Sold in 1989 to Leslie and Mary Thornbury who still owned it as of 2012.
1985 - The Aziz and Gwendolyn Sancar Residence, 506 Waterside Drive, Carrboro NC. Part of the Spring Valley neighborhood that Davis developed with Roman Kolodji. 1820 sf. Sold in 1993 to Frank J. Floyd and Bruce Thorn. Sold in 200 to Neil Alexis and Catherine Belitsky. Sold in 2006 to Alvaro and Anu Gomez. Kitchen renovated in 2007.
1988 - The H. C. and Sharon Pace Vacation Cabin, Smith Mountain Lake, VA. Sold when the Paces moved to Colorado. Uses pressure treated posts filled with concrete. 800 square feet.
1991 - The Richard and Barbara Stewart Residence, 7601 Talbryn Way, Chapel Hill. 5800 square feet. Davis also built it. Sold in 2007 to John and Kathleen Linger.
The Alvin Priess Residence,
500 North Boundary Street, Chapel Hill.
1999 - The Mark Ewing/Lisa Lee Residence, 221 High Hickory Road, Chapel Hill. 3000 square feet. Also built by Davis. Sold to Alex Tolstykh in 2002. 2013 expansion designed by Frank Harmon and built by Scott McLean.
The Gregson and Daphne Davis House,
204 Martha Lane, Chapel Hill.
Sources include: Lucy Carol Davis, Leilani Carter.
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