Architectural firm earns American Institute Of Architects South Carolina design awards

  • Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Lee Hall plaza & porch PHOTO PROVIDED

McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture has received two Honor Awards presented by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) South Carolina.

Lee Hall at Clemson University is a 55,000 square foot addition that was conceived to accommodate the expanding needs of the College of Architecture, Arts, and Humanities.  Designed in association with Thomas Phifer and Partners, Lee Hall was awarded a National AIA Honor Award in 2013.

Honored in the Unbuilt Category, the Sassafrass Mountain Improvement Project is an educational facility and observation tower that includes the design of a trail network  that connects all structures.  The conceptual project is aimed at preserving the tallest point in South Carolina.    

About McMillan Pazdan Smith

McMillan Pazdan Smith operates five community-centered offices in the Southeast - Greenville, Spartanburg and Charleston, S.C., Asheville, N.C., and Atlanta, Ga.  Expertise includes master planning, architecture and interior design services.  

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