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The city’s Architectural Review Board has supported the design, though final approval isn’t A rendering of Clemson’s Architecture Center in Charleston (above, at right). expected until March. Clemson’s archtiecture dean, Janice Schach, says that Clemson understands the traditional atmosphere in Charleston, and hopes to enrich preservation dialogue. “We’re willing to be flexible on form, height, massing, and materials, but we will not mimic historic styles,” she says. Alan G. S. architects with at least seven years of substantial post-licensure experience would be considered eligible to apply for a license to practice in Europe (and vice-versa).
Together, the parties developed small, lightweight frame structures designed for easy transportation, fabrication, modification, and replication. About 20 have been built so far. Using readily available materials, such as corrugated galvanized iron for roofing; woven grass reed or canvas for walls; and reclaimed rubble for foundations, the structures provide animals with protection and insulation. They also ventilate the heat produced by larger animals. The shelters are designed to hold up to three buffalo, eight sheep or goats, one horse, and 20 chickens.
06 P H OTO G R A P H Y : © J E F F G O L D B E R G / E S TO ( TO P ) ; C O U R T E SY R A FA E L V I Ñ O LY A R C H I T E CT S ( B OT TO M ) On a Friday night in December 2001, Philadelphians gathered to celebrate the opening of the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, the new home for their beloved Philadelphia Orchestra. But four years after the opening, the center is struggling to remain afloat with the burden of a $30 million bank loan debt: $23 million from construction overruns and $7 million from funding shortfalls.
Architectural Record (2006 No.01)