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Monday
Aug112014


In keeping with AIA Charleston’s 2014 theme of “Community Building”, please join us for a presentation on the 25 year history of the Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston with a focus on their design/build studio which concentrates on service learning and community engagement, providing numerous permanent installations to benefit the greater Charleston area.

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Wednesday
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Wednesday
Jul022014

AIA Charleston CEU Event

Tuesday
Jun242014

Make Your Voice Heard!

 

Call to Action:

AIA is known as “The voice of the architectural profession”. 

It is critical that our members let their voices be heard in public debates on
architectural design, especially related to the public design review process.
 
Get involved!  We hope to see you there.
 
We encourage our members to submit letters to the editor
and letters to City Staff voicing your opinions. 

Contact information is provided below: 
 
Dennis Dowd, City Architect
Board of Architectural Review
75 Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29401
DOWDD@charleston-sc.gov
 
Post and Courier Editorials:
letters@postandcourier.com


What : City of Charleston Board of Architectural Review

When : Wed, June 25, 4:30 PM

Where : 75 Calhoun Street, 3rd Floor Meeting Room

Wednesday
Jun042014

The CURI Zucker Family Graduate Education Center

 

Rendering is courtesy of SmithGroupJJR.

Please join AIA Charleston for a presentation of The CURI Zucker Family Graduate Education Center.

The CURI Zucker Family Graduate Education Center will serve as a graduate engineering facility and research center for the Restoration Institute, and will provide educational, research and private industry partner spaces to further the mission of the University.  The main level will include approximately 25,000 GSF of education space, and 25,000 GSF of partnership space, topped by a 2500 GSF boardroom and vegetative roof garden.  The interior spaces rest on an platform elevated above the coastal flood level, creating covered parking below the new structure.  The GEC is located adjacent to Dry Dock No. 3 at the former North Charleston Naval Base, and is proximate to and supporting the Wind Turbine Drive Train Test Facility.  The GEC is targeting LEED Gold, and will exhibit many of the sustainability and restorative goals of the Institute.

The project team is composed of LS3P in association with SmithGroupJJR, and is lead by Scott May, AIA and Greg Mella, AIA respectively.


An introduction to CURI's mission and goals for the project will be provided by Elizabeth Colbert - Busch

Special Thanks to S&ME for sponsoring this event


When : Wed, June 18, 12pm – 1pm

Where : Mt. Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park – Cooper River Room

Cost : Free for AIA Members, $15 for non members, Register here Eventbrite