Clearscapes is currently working on the new Raleigh Convention Center, the largest public facility built in Raleigh’s history. The 500,000 square foot project incorporates The Shimmer Wall, a large public art installation of their design.
Their experience has led to designing urban mixed-use and cultural arts facilities in smaller communities throughout North Carolina including Burlington, Salisbury, Hickory, Wilson, Stecoah, Black Mountain, Smithfield, Morganton, Edenton, Apex, Washington and Clayton, where they completed the cultural arts and government complex “The Clayton Center” - the adaptive reuse of the historic Clayton Elementary School.
The firm has consciously chosen to remain small so that the principals can be actively involved in all of the projects, working with a professional staff of architects and artists who collaborate in teams. Clearscapes has carved a purpose out of listening to the desires of the community, imagining the future, and translating that vision into a focal point. Their ability to listen, visualize and produce often exceeds everyone’s expectations. That is the story of Clearscapes.
We are proud to present this honor, the 2007 AIA North Carolina Firm Award, to Clearscapes, PA.