Please join AIA Charleston for a meeting with Bryan Cordell, Executive Director with The Sustainability Institute and Katie McKain, Senior Planner with the City of Charleston Deptarment of Planning, Preservation & Sustainability. Bryan and Katie will discuss Charleston's RISES green design and construction rating system and City development incentives for RISES and the Upper Peninsula Initiative.
When: January 18th 12:00 - 1:30 Where: Charleston Maritime Center Cost: Members/Students $5 Non-Members $15
Dunston Elementary School 1825 Remount Road, North Charleston, SC Friday, November 18th from 8:00-12:00
Project includes enhancing the outdoor learning experience for 4 & 5 year old students. Proposed activities include creating outdoor painting areas, building art benches, installing planters, decorating/painting walls and sidewalks, building outdoor cabinets to name a few. The teacher is open to other ideas from the AIA group.
Each volunteer must submit a release form by Wednesday, November 2nd. Please click on the following link to submit your volunteer release form and t-shirt request: https://goo.gl/OkjrsP.
Each Volunteer must also complete the AIA Day of Caring 2016 Google Form so that we can organize team member info:
Please Join AIACharleston for a tour of the new Clemson Design Center located in the Cigar Factory. The new facility includes space for programs in Architecture, Historic Preservation, and a shop for Design + Build Projects in one location. The tour will include all areas and will end with a happy hour at The Mash (bar) downstairs. Parking is available on site in any spot not marked “reserved” for other tenants.
This event will be limited to 30 attendees. If you RSVP and are unable to attend please cancel your RSVP through Eventbrite so that those on the Waiting List can attend.
When: August 17th 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Where: Charleston Cigar Factory, 701 E Bay St Cost: FREE!
Dustin Albright, Clemson University Dustin's presentation will focus on leveraging existing CNC technologies and fabricator networks in service of high-performing, prefabricated structures. Using Clemson's recent Indigo Pine House as a reference, I will discuss these technologies through the lenses of Social, Economic, and an Environmental sustainability.
Ryan Pastor, BuildingPoint Southeast Title: Scan Before you Plan: How to Engage in Laser Scanning to document existing conditions Summary: Designing a building can prove to be difficult at times, but some of the most difficult occur when trying to design around existing conditions. How flat was the floor, how big was that pipe, what kind of clearance was there, etc. These are all questions that can be answered from analyzing a point cloud created from laser scanning. Learn how laser scanning can add value to your next project!
Bryan Ransom, Moondog Animation The landscape of architectural visualization is changing rapidly and I’ll be highlighting some of the tools being used on the cutting edge of Virtual and Augmented reality. Each new method has its pros and cons in giving the client the best experience possible.