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  • Clemson University worked with Boudreaux architects to design Douthit Hills Student Hub.
  • Boudreaux architects worked with Clemson University to incorporate Douthit Hills Student Hub into the campus landscape.
  • Clemson University worked with Boudreaux architects to design modern technology focused student housing.
  • Clemson University’s Douthit Hills Student Hub was designed by Boudreaux architects.
  • Clemson University worked with Boudreaux architects to design flexible student living spaces.
  • Clemson University worked with Boudreaux architects to design the gym at Douthit Hills Student Hub.
  • Clemson University worked with Boudreaux architects to design the café at Douthit Hills Student Hub.
  • Clemson University worked with Boudreaux architects to provide students with modern living and study areas at Douthit Hills Student Hub.
  • Boudreaux architects planned the layout of Clemson University’s Douthit Hills Student Hub.
  • Clemson University hired Boudreaux architects to design student flex areas at Douthit Hills Student Hub.
  • Boudreaux architects are experts at designing interior spaces.
  • Clemson University’s Douthit Hills Student Hub overlooks Tillman Tower.
  • Boudreaux architects from Columbia, SC think about every angle of architecture and design.
  • Clemson University worked with Boudreaux architects to design Douthit Hills Student Hub.

Douthit Hills | Clemson, SC

The Douthit Hills development project has transformed 80 acres at the gateway to Clemson's campus into a vibrant, mixed use, pedestrian-oriented environment. Seven housing buildings anchored by a central Hub are situated along a series of interconnected outdoor spaces with views toward Clemson's landmark, Tillman Hall. The Hub, striking and transparent, showcases the activity of a student recreation center, a 450-seat dining hall, a Barnes and Noble Bookstore, Starbucks Coffee, a convenience store, and a Freshens.

The project is a highly collaborative effort including Ayers Saint Gross and Clark Nexsen, and is LEED Silver Certified.

 

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