BOUDREAUX was recognized at this year’s virtual American Institute of Architects Columbia award ceremony for the design of its own office. They accepted the 2020 Merit Award for Historic Preservation/Adaptive Reuse/Renovation for the design and rehabilitation of the former Powell Furniture store on Sumter Street. One block from Main Street, the second floor of a vacant furniture store became home to one of Columbia’s most READ MORE
HOTEL TRUNDLE & BOUDREAUX RECOGNIZED BY 26TH ANNUAL SOUTH CAROLINA HISTORIC PRESERVATION’S HONOR AWARD The combination of the boutique Hotel Trundle and BOUDREAUX’s architectural studio was recently recognized by South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Preservation South Carolina, and the Office of the Governor with an Honor Award as part of their 2020 Historic Preservation Awards. This high impact project has transformed three vacant READ MORE
We were thrilled to be awarded AIA South Carolina’s Merit Award for our work at Douthit Hills at Clemson University Among the greatest strengths of The Hub is the benefit it delivers to the student experience. The project was conceived to support projected growth on campus and the opportunity was taken to be visionary. The entirety of the Douthit Hills development represents a remarkable transformation READ MORE
The boutique Hotel Trundle and BOUDREAUX’S architectural office was recognized by GlobeSt.com and Real Estate Forum in the Commercial Project (private, for-profit) category as part of their 2019 Adapt Opportunity Zone Awards. This award-winning adaptive reuse project was celebrated for its innovative use of abandoned space and its overall design excellence. The Adapt Opportunity Zone Awards highlights the achievements of those who have identified opportunities READ MORE
BOUDREAUX, a Columbia, SC based Architecture firm received the American Institute of Architects, South Carolina Chapter (AIASC) Design Merit Award for the Richland County Recreation Commission’s Gadsden Community Center.