Clemson Design Center. Charleston

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Interested in resilient urban design? Check out our MRUD program that is located at our Clemson Design Center. Charleston. You will learn to design for the “what if’s” in the world and help prepare communities to survive! Learn more at our upcoming virtual open house on January 7. Email Amanda Tucker at [email protected] to register.
We have several Open House Events coming up this semester for our four graduate programs. RSVP is required for each event.

Master of Architecture (MARCH)
Friday, October 15, 2021 | In-Person
9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. | Lee Hall Wedge
6:00 p.m. Social Networking at Pendleton Brewing Co.
RSVP by emailing Dan Harding at [email protected].

Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)
Friday, October 15, 2021 | In-Person
9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. | Lee Hall Wedge
RSVP by emailing Paul Russell at [email protected].
Clemson University Landscape Architecture

Master of Science in Historic Preservation (MSHP)
(In-Person and Virtual options for each)
Clemson Design Center. Charleston
Friday, October 22
Friday, November 12
Friday, January 14
Friday, April 1 - Accepted Students Day
The in-person event will include lunch and a site visit to a Preservation Project.
Register online at https://forms.gle/hnLMbwg8qajwTW3R8.
Contact Amanda Tucker at [email protected] if you have any questions.
Graduate Program in Historic Preservation - Clemson & College of Charleston

Master of Resilient Urban Design (MRUD)
Clemson Design Center. Charleston
Friday, October 15 | Virtual
Friday, November 5 | In-Person
Friday, January 7 | Virtual
Friday, March 4 | Virtual
Friday, April 8 | Accepted Students
Register online at https://forms.gle/5syKpPw5Vb4yxXQh8
Contact Amanda Tucker at [email protected] if you have any questions.
Join us at 6 p.m. via Zoom tonight to hear from Nader Tehrani. This lecture is presented by the Clemson Design Center. Charleston and AIA Charleston.

For more information about our lecture series and for the zoom links, visit https://www.clemson.edu/caah/departments/architecture/2021-2022-lecture-series.html

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For his contributions to architecture as an art, Nader Tehrani is the recipient of the 2020 Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize from The American Academy of Arts and Letters, to which he was also elected as a Member in 2021, the highest form of recognition of artistic merit in The United States.

Nader Tehrani is the Founding Principal of NADAAA, a practice dedicated to the advancement of design innovation, interdisciplinary collaboration, and an intensive dialogue with the construction industry. He is also Dean of The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at The Cooper Union.

Tehrani’s work has been recognized with notable awards, including the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in Architecture, the United States Artists Fellowship in Architecture and Design, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Architecture. He has also received the Harleston Parker Award and the Hobson Award. Throughout his career, Tehrani has received eighteen Progressive Architecture Awards as well as numerous national and international design awards. He served as the Frank O. Gehry International Visiting Chair in Architectural Design at the University of Toronto and the inaugural Paul Helmle Fellow at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He has also recently served as the William A. Bernoudy Architect in Residence at the American Academy in Rome. His office, NADAAA, for the past seven years in a row, has ranked in the Top eleven design firms in Architect Magazine’s Top 50 Firms in the United States, ranking as First three years in a row.

Tehrani received a B.Arch from The Rhode Island School of Design in 1986. He continued his studies at The Architectural Association, where he attended the Post-Graduate program in History and Theory. Upon his return to The United States, Tehrani received his M.A.U.D from The Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1991.
There are few better places for young people to study architecture than in Charleston, a gem of a city.

Check out this recent Archinect story about the Clemson Design Center. Charleston.
Thoroughly enjoying providing world class production services at the Keeping History above Water: Charleston event!💦
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South Carolina Society Hall Newport Restoration Foundation Clemson Design Center. Charleston #keepinghistoryabovewater #event #eventplanning #eventspace #eventprofs #eventproduction #eventdesign #hybrideventsolutions #eventsandmeetings #foxavchs
Don't forget to join us on FRIDAY for our Master of Resilient Urban Design Open House! You can attend virtually or in-person at the Clemson Design Center. Charleston. Register ASAP below!
Pleased to announce that SW+ has been awarded a Merit Award for the design at the Urban Farm at Enston Homes!
Thank you South Carolina Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects

And congratulations to everyone on the team!

The Green Heart Project
Clemson Design Center. Charleston
James White Construction, LLC
Yellowstone Landscape
( to the tune of "drunken sailor")
🎶 What Do You Do With an M.S.H.P... ?🎶

Here is Neale Nickles (class of 2013) to tell you how he is using his Master of Science in Historic Preservation (MSHP) degree from our program. #PreservationEducation #clemson #cofc Clemson Design Center. Charleston
The McLeod Plantation Historic Site was first placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

This year, Charleston County Parks partnered with students in Clemson’s Historic Preservation Graduate Program to update the site’s listing on the national register.

As part of the semester long project, students in the program’s first year “History and Theory” course have made several visits to the site in order to better understand the role it had in slavery.

“When the form was written initially, it was mostly about Civil War history, but because there's all this added significance since Charleston County Parks has taken over and done more research, we're going to update that form,” Clemson Program Director John Marcoux said. “Soon when people search for it online, they'll be able to find that information. People who are who are working within historic preservation, they typically don't find their information on a park website. They find it by searching for the form online so it will be updated at the state and the federal level.”

Students are also drawing on research done by many scholars including Charleston County Parks Cultural Interpretation Coordinator Shawn Halifax in order to update the listing.

Another part of the project includes listing the Caw Caw Interpretive Center as part of an expanded designation for the Stono Rebellion National Historic Landmark.

Maria Short, a student in the program, has been focused on the military history at McLeod as part of the project to update the National Register listing. Union soldiers of the New York 54th and Massachusetts 55th occupied the house in the spring of 1865.

“We’re trying to see where they were, and sort of how they came through James Island,” Short said.

The end result will be a new file in the National Register of Historic Places database which will paint a more accurate and inclusive picture of the site’s history.

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Will Clemson arch students who are placed in Charleston for fluid campus next semester be remote? My son is looking for a sublet for next semester in Clemson but maybe he won't need too - a bummer.
Had a great time with John Murden Jr at the end of semester reception at the Clemson Design Center. Charleston. He designed and built an awesome wooden box in one of his classes.
Awesome work by two of our Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston interns this semester - Nicole Coker and John Murden! They helped design and build this shelter at Corrine Jones Park.
Nicole also won the Award for Improvement for the semester! Great job!!!
Clemson Design Center. Charleston Clemson University School of Architecture

A fluid campus of Clemson's School of Architecture. Housing programs in Undergrad and Grad Architecture, Historic Preservation, Urban Design and more.

The Clemson Design Center in Charleston (CDC.C) brings together several allied programs in a single facility- Master of Science in Historic Preservation, Clemson Architecture Center, Master of Resilient Urban Design, Architecture+Health studio, Architecture+CommunityBUILD, and Landscape Architecture, to work in a interconnected and collegial engagement.

Operating as usual

01/04/2022

Interested in resilient urban design? Check out our MRUD program that is located at our Clemson Design Center. Charleston. You will learn to design for the “what if’s” in the world and help prepare communities to survive! Learn more at our upcoming virtual open house on January 7. Email Amanda Tucker at [email protected] to register.

Interested in resilient urban design? Check out our MRUD program that is located at our Clemson Design Center. Charleston. You will learn to design for the “what if’s” in the world and help prepare communities to survive! Learn more at our upcoming virtual open house on January 7. Email Amanda Tucker at [email protected] to register.

12/20/2021

Are you interested in resilient urban design? Check out our MRUD program that is located at our Clemson Design Center. Charleston. You will learn to design for the “what ifs” in the world and help prepare communities to survive! Learn more at our upcoming virtual open house on January 7. Email Amanda Tucker at [email protected] to register.

Learn more about our MRUD program at www.clemson.edu/architecture

Are you interested in resilient urban design? Check out our MRUD program that is located at our Clemson Design Center. Charleston. You will learn to design for the “what ifs” in the world and help prepare communities to survive! Learn more at our upcoming virtual open house on January 7. Email Amanda Tucker at [email protected] to register.

Learn more about our MRUD program at www.clemson.edu/architecture

Photos from Clemson Design Center. Charleston's post 12/16/2021

CAC.C Fall 2021 // Another great semester completed with a another talented group of future architects. Thank you to the students for their hard work and dedication, and thank you to the faculty and staff as well. Swipe to see our award winners for the Fall 2021 semester!

John David Jacques Award for Improvement: Molly Park, M.Arch ‘22 @mollympark

Robert Miller Award for Rigor: Lauren Praeuner, M.Arch ‘22 @laurenpraeuner

Ray Huff Award for Excellence: Mia Walker, B.A.Arch ‘22 @mia_walker621

Photos from Clemson Design Center. Charleston's post 12/12/2021

Genius Loci // A couple more shots of Architecture + Community Build’s project this Fall semester, taken by student Geoffrey Powell. A true place of gathering and memories.

#clemsonarchitecture #localdesign #community #craft #placeness

12/12/2021

Placeness // A beautiful shot this semester by student Maddilyn Reister of the Community Build studio’s built project in West Ashley. How wonderful is it to see our students, led by Prof. David Pastre, create a work that truly captures a sense of place?

The project was made possible with the financial support of @charlestonparks and with the consultation of Structural Engineer @john.moore55.

You can see more about the project by following the link in our bio to the Architecture + Community Build blog, following @clemson_cb, or stopping by the work on Mulberry Rd in West Ashley.

Great work, crew!

#clemsonarchitecture #community #charlestonparks #designbuild #placeness #senseofplace #craft

Placeness // A beautiful shot this semester by student Maddilyn Reister of the Community Build studio’s built project in West Ashley. How wonderful is it to see our students, led by Prof. David Pastre, create a work that truly captures a sense of place?

The project was made possible with the financial support of @charlestonparks and with the consultation of Structural Engineer @john.moore55.

You can see more about the project by following the link in our bio to the Architecture + Community Build blog, following @clemson_cb, or stopping by the work on Mulberry Rd in West Ashley.

Great work, crew!

#clemsonarchitecture #community #charlestonparks #designbuild #placeness #senseofplace #craft

Photos from Clemson Design Center. Charleston's post 12/08/2021

The Art of Drawing // On Monday, students displayed their semesters work in Prof. Ashley Jennings’s Architectural Graphics course. Each student displayed their work before a group of critics composed of local professionals from AJ Architects, Moseley Architects (@moseleyarchitects), and Reggie Gibson Architects(@justfinearchitects), as well as professors Ray Huffs and David Pastre.

It was a review full of thoughtful conversation about the roles hand drawing and digital representation play in the practice of Architecture. Notable remarks included the generational difference in response to drawing by hand versus using the computer and the importance of being aware of how a building might look in 50-100 years instead of what it looks like in year one.

Thank you to our critics and great work, students!

#clemsonarchitecture #architecturalgraphics #visualization #handdrawn #collage #sketch

Photos from Clemson Design Center. Charleston's post 12/06/2021

Semester Ending & Holidays Beginning // Architecture students took a much deserved break from their studies this weekend to go see the local Holiday Festival of Lights.

Photos from Clemson Design Center. Charleston's post 12/04/2021

Tis’ The Season // Our MRUD students are geared up for the holiday season with their custom-made ornaments. Great work!

Photos from Clemson Design Center. Charleston's post 12/03/2021

Narrative // All architecture tells a story, whether small or big. Analyzing the story that architecture can tell was the task given to students in Architectural Graphics taught by Prof. Ashley Jennings.

On a trip to Magnolia Cemetery, each student found a mausoleum and documented their experience with the structure on its site. This documentation led to to the production of a hand-drawn display of the architecture from its site plan to its special details. Once this initial drawing was completed, students then brought the sketch into photoshop to create a collage that displayed the story within the mausoleum. Some students related to the sculpted motifs as the theme of their story and others used the life of those entombed within for their collage’s theme.

Comment below on which series of drawings speak to you!

#clemsonarchitecture #architecturalcollage #magnoliacemetery #historiccharleston

Photos from Clemson Design Center. Charleston's post 11/29/2021

A Welder’s Life for Me // Check out our talented Architecture + Community Build (@clemson_cb) students hard at work welding the final pieces for their build this semester. The studio has designed and is in the progress of building a pavilion for a new park located in West Ashley. All work on the pavilion is slated to be complete by Dec. 9th.

See the link below to follow the progress on the Clemson Community Build blog!

linktr.ee/cdccharleston

#clemsonarchitecture #communitybuild #communityfirst #charleston #westashley

Photos from Clemson Design Center. Charleston's post 11/24/2021

All is quiet here at the Clemson Design Center as students have left for Thanksgiving Break. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

Photos from Clemson Design Center. Charleston's post 11/22/2021

Pour Away // Exciting progress is being made on the Architecture + Community Build (@clemson_cb) project this semester for the Ardmore-Sherwood Forest community in West Ashley. Students led by Prof. David Pastre have, over the past week, completed prep work and the pouring of three concrete pours for their build’s footprint.

See the link below to follow the progress on the Community Build blog!

linktr.ee/cdccharleston

#teamworkmakesthedreamwork #communityfirst #clemsonarchitecture

11/18/2021

It’s with great sadness we share the loss of one of our Historic Preservation students, Kelly B. Bulak.

Kelly B. Bulak, 30, passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 9. She was originally from Columbia, South Carolina and was enrolled in Clemson University’s Historic Preservation graduate program in Charleston.

“With Kelly’s passing, a brilliant light has gone out and our field has indeed lost a most passionate and promising advocate for the historic built environment,” said Jon Marcoux, director of the Historic Preservation program. “More than this, Kelly was genuinely one of the most positive people I have ever met. She was a true inspiration to her fellow students and to faculty in our program.”

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is providing grief counseling to students. Any student who wants to speak to a counselor should contact CAPS at 864-656-2451. Counseling services are also available to faculty and staff through Deer Oaks, the University’s Employee Assistance Program provider, at 866-327-2400.

A memorial service will be held at Heathwood Hall Episcopal School Chapel in Columbia on Friday, Nov. 26 at 1 p.m. View the full obituary here >>> https://www.charlestoncremationcenter.com/m/obituaries/Kelly-Bulak/Memories

It’s with great sadness we share the loss of one of our Historic Preservation students, Kelly B. Bulak.

Kelly B. Bulak, 30, passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 9. She was originally from Columbia, South Carolina and was enrolled in Clemson University’s Historic Preservation graduate program in Charleston.

“With Kelly’s passing, a brilliant light has gone out and our field has indeed lost a most passionate and promising advocate for the historic built environment,” said Jon Marcoux, director of the Historic Preservation program. “More than this, Kelly was genuinely one of the most positive people I have ever met. She was a true inspiration to her fellow students and to faculty in our program.”

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is providing grief counseling to students. Any student who wants to speak to a counselor should contact CAPS at 864-656-2451. Counseling services are also available to faculty and staff through Deer Oaks, the University’s Employee Assistance Program provider, at 866-327-2400.

A memorial service will be held at Heathwood Hall Episcopal School Chapel in Columbia on Friday, Nov. 26 at 1 p.m. View the full obituary here >>> https://www.charlestoncremationcenter.com/m/obituaries/Kelly-Bulak/Memories

11/17/2021

Weekend Fun // MSHP students, Isabella Gordineer and Lexi Allen were awarded scholarships to attend the Collector’s Day event this past weekend at the Hammond-Harwood House Museum in Annapolis!

#collectorsday #historicpreservation #annapolis

Weekend Fun // MSHP students, Isabella Gordineer and Lexi Allen were awarded scholarships to attend the Collector’s Day event this past weekend at the Hammond-Harwood House Museum in Annapolis!

#collectorsday #historicpreservation #annapolis

Photos from Clemson Design Center. Charleston's post 11/13/2021

West Edge // An essential part of History & Theory, taught by Prof. Eddie Bello, is the engagement with the development of Charleston and how this is accomplished in the city. Yesterday, students visited 22 West Edge and learned more about the ambitious plans for this area from Michael Maher, CEO of the WestEdge Foundation, a previous CUSoA faculty member, and used to head the Civic Design Center.

#westedge #charlestonarchitecture #clemsonarchitecture

11/12/2021

Engagement // Yesterday, Mayor of Charleston, John Tecklenburg visited the site of this semester’s Architecture + Community Build (@clemson_cb) project in West Ashley. Check out the progress of the build with the link below and thank you Mayor for stopping by!

linktr.ee/cdccharleston

Engagement // Yesterday, Mayor of Charleston, John Tecklenburg visited the site of this semester’s Architecture + Community Build (@clemson_cb) project in West Ashley. Check out the progress of the build with the link below and thank you Mayor for stopping by!

linktr.ee/cdccharleston

Photos from Clemson Design Center. Charleston's post 11/11/2021

🇺🇸// In honor of Veteran’s Day, we would like to spotlight several of our current students at the CDC.C who have served in the military, and thank them for their service to our country. Details below.

(1) Aric Southworth (MRUD) who is a retired Air Force Officer and served 8 deployments and over 650 combat flight hours in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Iraq, and several other locations. Aric worked extensively in Special Operations with the US Army, Navy, and US Marine Corps. He’s also served as an Assistant Professor at the United States Air Force Academy. Aric’s last assignment was Pacific Air Forces, Director of Homeland Defense, and Presidential Support. His awards and decorations include multiple Air Medals/Aerial Achievement Medals, several awards with “V” for Valor device, and Air Assault, Parachutist, and EIC Marksman Badges.

(2) Travis Galli (MSHP) who served with the 11B, US Army.

(3) Peter Gaytan (MSHP) who was active duty US Army for 3 years. Peter was attached to the 1-501st Airborne Infantry, Easy Company. He had over 20 successful airborne jumps, with one being into Big Lake, Alaska, and he also earned Australian Jump Wings when performing a jump in Australia. Peter met his wife, Stephanie Maza, while in the service, with her spending 8 years in the Army attached to the 82nd Airborne Division. Peter and Stephanie had their first son, separated from the Army, and then both went to college. She earned a degree in Sociology and works for DSS, and Peter has a degree in Anthropology and Geography, and is now pursing a degree in Historic Preservation. Peter and Stephanie currently reside in a beautiful early nineteenth century house on 2 acres with their three wonderful children. The picture of Peter was taken at the range where he shot 40 out of 40, earning an Expert Marksmanship Badge as a result.

(4) Michael Sperduto (MSHP), who served in the USMC as an Infantry mortarman who deployed in Norway in 2018 as part of 3/8 Kilo Co. and Okinawa in 2020 with 1/2 Wpns Co. Michael is to the left in the picture.

Again, thank you and all who have served for your service to our nation!

#veteransday #thankyouforyourservice

Photos from Clemson Design Center. Charleston's post 11/10/2021

“It Takes a Village” // Thank you to our very own, Dan Harding (@croomcowboy) for an inspiring lecture covering the work done over his career so far. Highlighting the way in which all of the work involved many hands, Dan shared projects completed as a student, through his time in Montana with @intrinsik.architecture, and upon his return to @clemsonschoolofarchitecture. The particular work Dan has helped to start and/or lead the effort on is the Community Build program and the development of Sim[PLY].

Dan Harding serves as an Associate Professor and the Director of Graduate Architecture Studies at the SoA.

Thank you to @aiacharleston for helping to organize our Fall Lecture Series.

#clemsonarchitecture #communityfirst #communityarchitecture #prototypes #craft

11/10/2021

MSHP // Just a reminder to anyone interested in pursuing a career in historic preservation, please join us this Friday for one of our Open House info-sessions. Link below to register!

linktr.ee/cdccharleston

#historicpreservation #historiccharleston #clemson

MSHP // Just a reminder to anyone interested in pursuing a career in historic preservation, please join us this Friday for one of our Open House info-sessions. Link below to register!

linktr.ee/cdccharleston

#historicpreservation #historiccharleston #clemson

11/06/2021

Bea Strong // Cheering on MSHP student Kelly “Bea” Bulak at the CDC.C. Congrats Kelly for being awarded the graduate certificate in historic preservation!

From left to right, Amanda Tucker (CDC.C Program Coordinator), Jon Marcoux (Director of Graduate Programs in Historic Preservation), and Mimi Rose (CDC.C Admin. Coordinator).

#beastrong #historicpreservation #inthistogether #bestrong

Bea Strong // Cheering on MSHP student Kelly “Bea” Bulak at the CDC.C. Congrats Kelly for being awarded the graduate certificate in historic preservation!

From left to right, Amanda Tucker (CDC.C Program Coordinator), Jon Marcoux (Director of Graduate Programs in Historic Preservation), and Mimi Rose (CDC.C Admin. Coordinator).

#beastrong #historicpreservation #inthistogether #bestrong

Photos from Clemson Design Center. Charleston's post 11/05/2021

Collage/Montage // Over the past couple of weeks in Architectural Graphics, students explored the technique of collage to express qualities that a building holds. This exploration was on full display this week, with students leading the feedback discussion, critiquing technique and the success of the compositions. The particular drawings asked of students by Prof. Jennings involved hand sketches, one exterior and one interior, of the Knights of Columbus building next to Marion Square. After producing these referential sketches, students created a physical collage of the building’s exterior, capturing ideas about materiality, proportions, etc. Using the interior sketch, a digital montage was produced in photoshop, with students often expressing the atmosphere of the interior.

If you happen to be visiting the Design Center in the next few days, make sure to stop by the forum to check out these thought-provoking works.

#clemsonarchitecture #architecturalcollage #montage #materiality #light #proportions #atmosphere

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