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Court of the Carolinas


The Court of the Carolinas is a historic quad on the north campus of North Carolina State University. At one time, the quad contained one hundred trees, one for each county in North Carolina, lending the the court its name. In 2001, the quad was redesigned as part of an NCSU campus accessibility project.

Kurt Eichenberger architect/ AIA provided complete architectural and engineering design services for this project. Involved the design and construction of the Northeastern half of the Court of the Carolinas. The design included accessible walkways, a pedestrian plaza, and improved circulation, erosion control, and landscaping. Today the Court of the Carolinas functions as both a well-traveled pathway and a gathering space for the campus community.

Landscape Architecture Consultant:  Sam Reynolds