AIA Charleston / CAC.C Lecture Series

Fall 2019

 

Wednesday October 2th - 6:00pm

Glenn Keyes

3 Decades of Preservation in Charleston

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Glenn Keyes, Architects offers a full range of architectural services specializing in historic preservation and the adaptive use of historic structures.  The firm offers consulting and architectural services for complete analysis of existing structures, historic structure reports, materials conservation analysis and specifications, master planning and feasibility studies.  Glenn Keyes, Architects has completed over 400 projects, ranging from period restorations of historic house museums to the adaptive use of historic houses for low income housing to the restoration of historic churches and courthouses.  Services include consultation on the Investment Tax Credits for the Rehabilitation of Historic Structures and the pursuit of grant funding. In addition, the firm's services include the design and preparation of contract documents for the rehabilitation of historic buildings and the construction of compatible additions.  Glenn Keyes, Architects provides careful attention to the design of new buildings in historic settings blending the new structures into the context of the site and designing buildings which complement the immediate environment.  

Mr. Keyes formerly served as the Staff Architect for the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, which is the State's Historic Preservation Office.  Mr. Keyes brings together experience from the public and private sectors giving the firm a broad background of preservation experience.  



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Location

The Cigar Factory
701 East Bay Street
Suite 202
Charleston, SC 29403


Wednesday November 6th - 6:00pm

Meilssa Bauld Rome & Brian Rome: Rome Office

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Rome Office is a New Orleans-based, full-service architecture and design firm. The Office’s work is diverse in type and scale and has won national design competitions and numerous awards. Melissa and Brian Rome founded the company in 2016 and lead the design and realization of the studio’s projects. They strive to create unique, simple, well-executed architectural solutions with the goal of enhancing people’s awareness of self, environment, and time. 

The Romes have served as adjunct professors at Tulane University and continue to serve as invited lecturers and critics. They organize and moderate the Louisiana AIA Celebrate Architecture design symposium, an annual event that brings together internationally recognized architects to share recent works and explore current trends of practice. 

Before founding Rome Office, the Romes held leadership positions at Bjarke Ingels Group in New York City. At BIG, they led projects all over the world, including the award-winning Vancouver House development slated to be completed in the fall of 2019. The Romes both received their Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Clemson University and Master of Architecture from Yale University and the University of Texas at Austin. 

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Location

The Cigar Factory
701 East Bay Street
Suite 202
Charleston, SC 29403

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