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Student Work

Student Work

STUDENT WORK

Our students’ work is the most important testament to the quality of instruction the Clemson University School of Architecture provides. Our undergraduate and graduate students consistently submit award-winning, innovative designs, which we are proud to showcase here. We are in the process of adding a more robust library of our student work to our new website. Until then, examples of recent highlights from each of our degree programs will be on display below.

Bachelor of Arts in Architecture

Learning Craft // Prof. David Pastre’s Intro to Craft course | String ArtView BA Arch.- String Art Project

Learning Craft // Prof. David Pastre’s Intro to Craft course | String Art

Learning Craft // Prof. David Pastre’s Intro to Craft course | String Art

The sophomore studio, ARCH 2510, was given the task to design a bathhouse that would inhabit our very own Y Beach. They were told to create a building with a program consisting of swimming, bathing, and restroom usage.View BA Arch.- Bathhouse Project

The sophomore studio, ARCH 2510, was given the task to design a bathhouse that would inhabit our very own Y Beach. They were told to create a building with a program consisting of swimming, bathing, and restroom usage.

The sophomore studio, ARCH 2510, was given the task to design a bathhouse that would inhabit our very own Y Beach. They were told to create a building with a program consisting of swimming, bathing, and restroom usage.

ARCH 2510 Studio were assigned the task of designing and building a full-sized, load bearing chairView BA Arch.- Load bearing chair Project

ARCH 2510 Studio were assigned the task of designing and building a full-sized, load bearing chair

ARCH 2510 Studio were assigned the task of designing and building a full-sized, load bearing chair

Biblioteca Sotto L’onda, or “Library Under the Wave |  Fourth-year Undergraduate Students Austin Lemere and Scott Dignacco and M. Arch I Student Sarah Smith | Dan Harding’s fluid studio.View BA Arch.- Library Under the Wave Project

Biblioteca Sotto L’onda, or “Library Under the Wave |  Fourth-year Undergraduate Students Austin Lemere and Scott Dignacco and M. Arch I Student Sarah Smith | Dan Harding’s fluid studio.

Biblioteca Sotto L’onda, or “Library Under the Wave | Fourth-year Undergraduate Students Austin Lemere and Scott Dignacco and M. Arch I Student Sarah Smith | Dan Harding’s fluid studio.

Master of Architecture

The Forrest Park Bridge | Architecture + CommunityBuild Studio | Fall 2020 | Team: Ryan Bing, Jeremy Eaton, Mohamed Fakhry, Claire McManus, Henry Lee III, Aaron Autry, Kevin Crumley, Autumn Hinson, Bethea Gauge, Amanda Metze, Brian Heape, Caleb Thomas, Shane LenardView M Arch. Project

The Forrest Park Bridge | Architecture + CommunityBuild Studio | Fall 2020 | Team: Ryan Bing, Jeremy Eaton, Mohamed Fakhry, Claire McManus, Henry Lee III, Aaron Autry, Kevin Crumley, Autumn Hinson, Bethea Gauge, Amanda Metze, Brian Heape, Caleb Thomas, Shane Lenard

The Forrest Park Bridge | Architecture + CommunityBuild Studio | Fall 2020 | Team: Ryan Bing, Jeremy Eaton, Mohamed Fakhry, Claire McManus, Henry Lee III, Aaron Autry, Kevin Crumley, Autumn Hinson, Bethea Gauge, Amanda Metze, Brian Heape, Caleb Thomas, Shane Lenard

Master of Architecture + Health

Fall 2020 Vertical Studio: Long-Term Acute Care Rehabilitation Hospital Project | Greenville, SC | Renee Ritchie & Yin ZhangView M A+H Project

Fall 2020 Vertical Studio: Long-Term Acute Care Rehabilitation Hospital Project | Greenville, SC | Renee Ritchie & Yin Zhang

Fall 2020 Vertical Studio: Long-Term Acute Care Rehabilitation Hospital Project | Greenville, SC | Renee Ritchie & Yin Zhang

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture

Section models of the Hunnicutt Creek made by our Landscape Architecture students in Design Implementation I.View BLA Project

Section models of the Hunnicutt Creek made by our Landscape Architecture students in Design Implementation I.

Section models of the Hunnicutt Creek made by our Landscape Architecture students in Design Implementation I.

Master of Landscape Architecture

Paul Russell's LARC 3620 Design Implementation II course study form and texture through plaster cast studies  | Plaster form by second-year landscape architecture student John CarterView MLA Project

Paul Russell's LARC 3620 Design Implementation II course study form and texture through plaster cast studies  | Plaster form by second-year landscape architecture student John Carter

Paul Russell's LARC 3620 Design Implementation II course study form and texture through plaster cast studies | Plaster form by second-year landscape architecture student John Carter

Master of Science in Historic Preservation

Documenting the Old | Second Year Kelly Bulak works on documenting the holes in the walls at Drayton Hall in order to attribute specific wall fixtures or paintings/prints in the Drayton Hall collections to their original locations | “Historic American Interiors” Professor Elizabeth Garrett RyanView MSHP Project

Documenting the Old | Second Year Kelly Bulak works on documenting the holes in the walls at Drayton Hall in order to attribute specific wall fixtures or paintings/prints in the Drayton Hall collections to their original locations | “Historic American Interiors” Professor Elizabeth Garrett Ryan

Documenting the Old | Second Year Kelly Bulak works on documenting the holes in the walls at Drayton Hall in order to attribute specific wall fixtures or paintings/prints in the Drayton Hall collections to their original locations | “Historic American Interiors” Professor Elizabeth Garrett Ryan

Master of Resilient Urban Design

Master of Resilient Urban Design  | Parklet Studio | AIA Merit Winner | Courtney Wolff | Fall 2020View MRUD Project

Master of Resilient Urban Design  | Parklet Studio | AIA Merit Winner | Courtney Wolff | Fall 2020

Master of Resilient Urban Design | Parklet Studio | AIA Merit Winner | Courtney Wolff | Fall 2020

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