Amy Clark, Midday Musing Lecture

 

Tuesday, November 20, 12:10–1:00 p.m.
Sullivan Center, 36 S. Wabash Ave., suite 1226

This talk investigates the concepts of urban vs. suburban development. Must these always be an either/or? In addition to highlighting some historical trends surrounding development in suburban and urban locales, Amy Clark will present two conceptual proposals that attempt to merge the best of both of these development patterns.

Amy Clark is a licensed architect and LEED Accredited Professional with a decade of experience in the profession. She obtained her BS in Architecture from Clemson University and her Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University. Her work has been published in Criss B. Mills' Designing with Models: A Studio Guide to Making and Using Architectural Design Models and Robert Sharoff's Lucien Lagrange: The Search for Elegance. Clark has worked at award-winning firms throughout the country, including Lohan Anderson and Lucien Lagrange Architects in Chicago.