04.2017 Catalyst was honored to receive a Robert Mills Award from the SC American Institute of Architects for the 'Magnolia House' in Pawleys Island
10.2016 Catalyst Architects is pleased to announce that C. Brandon Rogers, AIA, recently completed the Architectural Registration Exam and is now a ‘registered architect’ licensed to practice. Congratulations to Brandon!
09.2015 The Town of Lexington hosts groundbreaking ceremony for Project Ice House, a 900 seat amphitheater at the corner of Main St. and Church St. in downtown Lexington. For more information, including renderings of the project Click Here
05.2015 Congratulations to Charlotte Comer Inteiors on their well deserved ASID Awards! We were honored to work with CCI on the DeBordieu Colony Residence that was the focus of several of the awards.
05.2015 Congratulations to Margaret Donaldson Interior who won a 2015 Honorable Mention Award from the Carolina's ASID for the 'DeBordieu Project'. We were honored to be the architects for the renovation and honored to work with MDI on a great project. Photos 03.2015 Catalyst receives an Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects, SC for the Renovation project for the Church of the Apostles on Bull St. in Columbia, SC. Photo 01.2015 Catalyst is proud to have been voted by the Houzz community as a winner of their Best of Houzz 2015 awards for the 4th consecutive year. Press Info Houzz Profile
06.2014 Catalyst is excited to announce the hire of Brandon Rogers, Assoc. AIA (son of Wayne Rogers, and grandson of Colonel Rogers) a recent graduate of Clemson University’s Master’s in Architecture program.
05.2014 The South Carolina chapter of the American Institute of Architects presents Catalyst Architects with the Robert Mills Residential Design Honor Award for ‘Sea Horse’ Beach House.
07.2013 In 2013, Catalyst Architects celebrates its first 25 years of practice! It is an honor to be entrusted with the hands-on role of working with families, churches, businesses and organizations to make buildings that reflect their values, meet functional and budgetary requirements, make a positive contribution to the built environment, and stand the test of time. To the many clients over the years - we are so thankful for you and for the relationships we have formed together in making the places that we hold so dear! We would also like to thank our families for their patience and support of our passion for architecture. We are thankful for the craftsman and designers (builders, landscape architects, engineers, and interior designers) and former employees who have contributed their knowledge and artistry to our body of work. Lastly, we are grateful for the important role of those 'connectors' who believed in us and recommended us to others. We have tried hard to take good care of the people and projects entrusted to us. To all, we are your debtors. Thank you for 25 years... and here's to 25 more!
06.2012 Catalyst Architects, LLC is pleased to announce Heather Stallworth's appointment to the position of Principal/Vice President. A Columbia native, Heather is a graduate of Auburn University (2000) with Bachelor degrees in both Architecture and Interior Architecture. Heather joined Catalyst in 2003.
03.2011 At the 2011 South Carolina Rural Summit, Catalyst was presented the Palmetto Partnership Award from Governor Nikki Haley for the design of the SC Produce Stands.
10.2010 Catalyst receives Robert Mills Award from AIA/SC for renovation/ restoration/addition to Ray/Morgan House in Georgetown, SC
09.2010 Catalyst receives design award for its 'Produce Stand' from AIA/Columbia. The project prototypes to be built around the state were built by inmates at SC Prison Industries.
08.2010 Catalyst, along with DeBordieu Real Estate, unveils the 'DeBordieu Collection by Catalyst'. A first ever portfolio of houses designed specifically to be built in DeBordieu Colony, SC. www.collectionbycatalyst.com
05.2010 DeBordieu Residence published in 'Coastal Living', May 2010 Issue.
05.2009 D. Wayne Rogers, AIA, passes the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) exam to become a LEED accredited professional