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  • Clark Rendall

    Part-Time Faculty

    Profile:

    Before pursuing a career in architecture and design, Clark spent several years working in museums. His background in the arts and interest in the natural world remain influential factors in shaping his inquiry into the relationship between ecology, aesthetics, and the built environment. Prior to his current role as the Sustainable Design Development Coordinator at Troon Pacific, he has held positions at The Museum of Modern Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Rockwell Group, Gensler, and CookFox Architects. Clark holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, a Certificate in Interior Design from Hunter College, a Master of Arts in Sustainable Interior Environments from the Fashion Institute of Technology, and professional accreditation under the LEED and WELL building rating systems. He is also a practicing visual artist who has participated in several group exhibitions at galleries in and around New York City.

    Office Hours:

    By appointment

    Degrees Held:

    Bachelor of Fine Arts - University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

    Certificate in Interior Design - Hunter College

    Master of Arts in Sustainable Interior Environments - Fashion Institute of Technology

    Professional Affiliations:

    The Museum of Modern Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Rockwell Group, Gensler, CookFox Architects, Troon Pacific

    Research Interests:

    Art, design, sustainability

    Awards And Honors:

    WELL AP, LEED AP BD+C

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