Just more than one year ago, the summer of 2013 saw a flood wipe away most of the South Carolina Botanical Garden's nature trails and bridges. But thanks largely to Clemson University architecture and landscape architecture students, who spent much of the past nine months rebuilding the bridges, trails and signage, the Garden now is fully operational and back to normal.
Event-goers at this year's Moogfest in Asheville, N.C., will see clouds in the air — five, to be precise — no matter what the weather proves to be. That is because 17 Clemson University architecture students have been given the task of creating an engaging community space for the five-day festival that begins April 23: an outdoor location for attendees and the community-at-large to gather, rest, relax and recharge — both themselves and, if needed, their cell phones.
National and international design award-winner Marlon Blackwell will present some of his most unique work and developments as an architect when the Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston — along with AIA Charleston — hosts his talk as part of the 2013-14 Joint Lecture Series.
Clemson University's graduate architecture programs have been named among the nation's best in two separate rankings released last week.
Clemson University’s School of Architecture will celebrate its 100th year of architectural education with a symposium on “The Architecture of Regionalism in the Age of Globalization” from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, in Lee Hall.
David J. Allison, professor of architecture and director of Clemson University’s graduate studies in Architecture + Health, has been elected to the American College of Healthcare Architects Council of Fellows.
Two Clemson University graduate students in architecture had winning designs in the national AIAS/Kawneer Enlightening Libraries Competition.
Retired Clemson University professor Don Collins now spends many of his weeks traveling across North America working with fire departments and architect’s offices as a design consultant on fire station projects. Collins, who served a 33-year tenure at Clemson teaching design, also during that time served as a firefighter for the Clemson University Fire Department.
Clemson students are working to reduce their carbon footprint during tailgating activities at Clemson athletic events
Jogging alongside students every week calls for a lesson quite different from the traditional lecture. And the now retired Kishimoto still gets to share his love for the outdoors while passing on words of immeasurable wisdom.
For assistant professor of landscape architecture Cari Goetcheus, the preservation of Clemson’s historic buildings and landscapes — including its rich stories — is just as important as moving Clemson’s facilities into the 21st century.
This year marks the first chapter of Freedom by Design at Clemson University. The group’s first project was a big one, designing and building a handicap ramp for an elderly couple in Easley.
Architecture professor Dina Battisto is leading the effort and research from Clemson on projects, including the development of a toolkit intended to assist with designing, building and maintaining world-class facilities for the Military Health System.
Even though architecture professor Dan Harding M ’94 has only taught here three semesters, his students have received national accolades for their work involving spaces that connect people to themselves, others and nature.
Students and faculty of the Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston designed and built four manual brick-making machines for Project Okurase to serve a village by that name in Ghana.