Clemson University Professor Emeritus Yuji Kishimoto has been awarded a national medal of distinction — the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold Rays Medal — by the Emperor of Japan in a ceremony at the Royal Palace in Tokyo. An honorable certificate signed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe also was presented to Kishimoto for his longtime efforts to promote academic, cultural and economic relations between the United States and Japan.
In the creation of two graceful, curving, luminous columns, undergraduate Clemson students have taken an artistic yet strategic approach to changing the manufacturing practices of an entire industry. And while one could argue over proper descriptions for these stunning structures—a tulip or a chalice? Columns of lace or light?—their purpose goes beyond their visual appeal. […]
When junior architecture major Summer Anderson packed five pairs of walking shoes for her semester abroad, she never imagined she would need more. Four months, 11 countries, 56 cities and over 700 miles walked later, the Durham, North Carolina native says her footwear collection is nearly exhausted. While abroad, Anderson – along with her cohort […]
Rayshad Dorsey and Brayton Gregory made the most of their time at Clemson by getting involved and excelling in the classroom. This fall, the two will pursue their master’s degrees from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, and both will be attending on full-ride scholarships.
In partnership with the Asheville Design Center, 21 students from Clemson University's College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities have conceptualized what can be done with the available space on Page and Hayward Streets. From 5-7 p.m. on Friday, their designs will be available for public viewing at the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design.
A studio project in the Clemson University School of Architecture has been selected as a winner of the 2017 COTE Top Ten for Students Design Competition.
William H. “Bill” Pelham, AIA, president of Pelham Architects, LLC of Greenville, has pledged gifts totaling $1.2 million through the Jean T. and Heyward G. Pelham Foundation to support Clemson University’s School of Architecture, the Clemson Architectural Foundation and other Clemson initiatives.
The College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities announced today that its undergraduate and graduate programs in landscape architecture will move from being a stand-alone department to become part of the School of Architecture. The Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture programs are housed in Lee Hall alongside allied design programs in architecture. […]
The potential impact of another Hurricane Hugo on the Charleston peninsula is a frightening prospect. Economic and population booms, as well as busts, challenge the city in unique ways. These are scenarios that students in Clemson University’s new Master of Resilient Urban Design (MRUD) degree program will be asked to consider.
Clemson University’s School of Architecture has created an innovative new construction method that is gaining worldwide attention for its potential market impact in rapid, low-tech sustainable housing. “With a click of the button, someone could order a custom-cut, flat-packed home online and construct it by hand with the help of their friends and neighbors in a matter […]
Clemson University’s School of Architecture has created an innovative new construction method that is gaining worldwide attention for its potential market impact in rapid, low-tech sustainable housing.
The Clemson Experience is made up of countless moments. These snapshots in our histories make an indelible mark, not only on our pasts, but also on our present and future paths. Here are three Clemson moments, as unique as the students themselves. The common tie is a love of this place and a commitment to […]
Clemson University programs in architecture and landscape architecture have been named among the nation’s best in an annual ranking of accredited programs in the United States
Though facing off against each other on the football field on Saturday, Clemson and South Carolina State University students have teamed up off the field to help make the Orangeburg campus more enjoyable for its students. Clemson University landscape architecture students are working with S.C. State students and faculty to develop a long-range master plan development strategy for S.C. State, with the main focus being designing a new student life center.
Starting this fall semester, the new and the old will finally come together when the Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston and the Historic Preservation Program are united under one roof. The programs will unite in a new space at the Cigar Factory on East Bay Street. The new facility will be known as the Clemson Design Center.