On October 24, Robert A.M. Stern will talk with Jacob Lindsey, Director of Planning, Preservation, and Sustainability for the City of Charleston, South Carolina, at the event "Charleston Past, Present, & Future: A Conversation with Robert A.M. Stern." The discussion, sponsored by the Historic Charleston Foundation, the Coastal Conservation League, the College of Charleston's Carter Real Estate Center, and the College of Charleston's Historic Preservation and Community Planning program, takes place at the College of Charleston's School of Sciences and Mathematics Building. Click here to find out more.
Robert A.M. Stern Architects has designed a number of important buildings in and around Charleston in recent years, with additional projects currently under construction and on the boards. Mr. Stern and Partner Gary Brewer led the design of the recently completed Courier Square—a mixed-use development on Upper King Street that comprises the Greystar headquarters office building on Meeting Street and The Guild, a 220-apartment residential building—as well as projects on Kiawah Island, including the Kiawah Island Beach Club, the Ocean Course Clubhouse, and the Cougar Point Clubhouse. Partner Kevin Smith joins the design team for the forthcoming Line-Street project—a mixed-use development that will preserve a surviving enclave of houses and a historic train shed to be repurposed as apartments, just north of Courier Square—and Mr. Stern and Mr, Brewer, together with Partner Daniel Lobitz, will lead the design for a mixed-use project on North Market Street.
Jacob Lindsey is the Director of Planning, Preservation, and Sustainability for the City of Charleston. His portfolio includes city planning policy, urban design, and landscape and architectural design projects. He is the former Director of the Civic Design Center for the City of Charleston and former Principal at Fabric Urban Design. His work has been reported in the New York Times, the Guardian UK, and Monocle.
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