Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston

Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston, South Carolina, USA


University of Southern California School of Architecture: Final Project, Spring 2005

COMMENTARY FROM THE DESIGNER:

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Thank you so much for supporting aspiring artists and designers like my self, and small businesses! We pour our hearts and souls out there, putting ourselves at risk to find the audience that will help us continue doing what we love most. It’s not an easy journey, but we know we’ll get there, especially with your support!

All the Best,
Lesley Ann

  • Type Architecture, Design, Sustainable, Model Building, Landscape Architecture, Graphics

CACC: Rendered Elevational Sketch


View: Perspective from George Street


Materials: Trace, Ink, Graphite, Charcoal

CACC: North Elevation


Programs: AutoCAD, Photoshop

Process Sketch

Process Sketch

Axonometric View
1/8" Final Model
Materials: Walnut, Basswood, Clear Acrylic, Wood Glue, Polystyrene

Plan View of Convertible Courtyard/ Theatre
1/8" Final Model
Materials: Walnut, Basswood, Clear Acrylic, Wood Glue, Polystyrene

View from George Street Main Entrance
1/8" Final Model
Materials: Walnut, Basswood, Clear Acrylic, Wood Glue, Polystyrene

View through Galleries to Library
1/8" Final Model
Materials: Walnut, Basswood, Clear Acrylic, Wood Glue, Polystyrene

View from Library Atrium Bookstacks, looking out to Galleries
1/8" Final Model
Materials: Walnut, Basswood, Clear Acrylic, Wood Glue, Polystyrene