A group of Clemson students and professors have spent the last two years designing and building a three-bedroom, low-environmental-impact, net-zero, solar home — called Indigo Pine — that is put together like a jigsaw puzzle. And it has a very distinctive Southern feel — front porch included.
A team of Clemson University students and faculty will unveil their innovative new solar home on a national stage in Irvine, California, this week as judging begins in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2015.
Clemson University’s School of Architecture has been named one of the National Council of Architectural Registration Board's first accredited architecture programs accepted for participation in its integrated path initiative. In short, this means Clemson will be able to offer students a quicker path to licensure in the architectural community by allowing them to hold down an internship in parallel to their academic program, thus getting them out in the workforce sooner.
Six Clemson students in architecture, construction science and management and landscape architecture will roll out their design for a new portable community arts stage Saturday in Asheville.
The Clemson University Board of Trustees today approved plans to seek a temporary location in downtown Charleston to accommodate the university’s Charleston-based programs in architecture, historic preservation and landscape architecture. The university anticipates occupying this space as soon as it can be identified and all state approvals have been received.
Homes. Music Halls. Sports arenas. You name it, John Patkau and his firm have designed it. On Wednesday, the Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston and American Institute of Architects, Charleston Chapter, will hold the second of its joint lecture series of 2015 with a presentation by architect Patkau of Patkau Architects, in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Take a virtual tour of Indigo Pine, the solar-powered home being built by a team of students and faculty for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon. Watch the video here and read more about Indigo Pine here.
Ray Huff, director and associate professor of the Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston, is a newly elected Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
The Clemson University team participating in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2015 Thursday revealed its highly innovative, affordable design and construction methodologies that could revolutionize homebuilding in South Carolina and other Southern states.
Clemson University’s graduate architecture programs once again have been named among the nation’s best in an annual ranking of all accredited programs in the U.S.
Architectural Digest magazine has tapped Lee III, the new Thomas Phifer-designed expansion of Lee Hall, as “one of the best in new university architecture around the world.” Nine buildings were so named.
Clemson University has formed a new institute that hopes to change how commercial buildings are constructed in the U.S.
Begun in Genoa, Italy, architecture major Clair Dias and her peers created hands-on experiences for children through the Kids in Architecture: Pop-Up Atelier project when they built a full-scale, interactive exhibit that was installed in seven children’s museums in South Carolina.
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.