The R. Wayne Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning offers workshops for high school students. For more details, visit bsu.edu/cap/workshop.
Based on surveys using community statistics, Carmel is consistently ranked among the top places to live for families, singles, children, senior citizens and veterans based on low crime rates, low cost of living, excellent schools, availability of high paying jobs and appreciation of community amenities such as arts, culture, parks and recreational opportunities.
The next “Material Talk @ Lunch” is next Wednesday at noon in the Atrium of the Architecture Building. Practitioner / educator Tony Costello (FAIA) will present the award-winning work that he and his CAP students began in 2011 and continue to be involved with, which focuses on research & development (R & D) to improve masonry construction in Haiti.
Jean leads Goody Clancy’s preservation practice, focusing on the opportunities inherent in the stewardship and creative reuse of existing buildings to create a healthy resilient world. She leads a team dedicated to helping clients and the public connect historic legacies to current realities and future possibilities.
Learn the basic steps for researching the history of your home and the people who lived or owned it. Participants will learn research methods for discovering the date of construction, occupancy, and more.