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UK/CoD Professor Clyde Carpenter featured on “Renovate Louisville”

September 18, 2012   |   School

From Metro TV

Architecture Professor Clyde Carpenter was recently featured on "Renovate Louisville", a program on the city's Metro TV.  The program, part of the Louisville Metro Planning and Design Service, features the renovation and rehabilitation of historic properties in the city.  Professor Carpenter's design firm, Carpenter Taylor, designed an addition to a family home in Louisville's historic Cherokee Triangle.  The firm worked closely with the neighborhood's historic preservation association to ensure that the proposed renovation was appropriate for the home and the area. 

"I think buildings like this are reflective of a certain period and a certain way of living," said Carpenter. "Lifestyles change, as well as how people use the spaces, so we wanted to create an environment that could be responsive to how our clients actually live."

Carpenter Taylor Design includes Professor Carpenter and School of Architecture alumnus Darren J. Taylor '04.

From Metro TV

Architecture Professor Clyde Carpenter was recently featured on "Renovate Louisville", a program on the city's Metro TV.  The program, part of the Louisville Metro Planning and Design Service, features the renovation and rehabilitation of historic properties in the city.  Professor Carpenter's design firm, Carpenter Taylor, designed an addition to a family home in Louisville's historic Cherokee Triangle.  The firm worked closely with the neighborhood's historic preservation association to ensure that the proposed renovation was appropriate for the home and the area. 

"I think buildings like this are reflective of a certain period and a certain way of living," said Carpenter. "Lifestyles change, as well as how people use the spaces, so we wanted to create an environment that could be responsive to how our clients actually live."

Carpenter Taylor Design includes Professor Carpenter and School of Architecture alumnus Darren J. Taylor '04.