SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAIʻI AT MĀNOA

Clark E. Llewellyn, FAIA

Professor and Director of Global Track
MArch II, Harvard GSD; BArch, Washington State University

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Office Room Number
ARCH 309-B

Email Address
Clarklle@hawaii.edu

Phone Number
Office: 808-956-0675

Mobile: 808-222-9308 /+86-1352-450-0842

 

My role is not to teach or profess, but rather to critique, guide and inspire.  I do not believe in rote memorization or rational thinking to avoid risk or vision.  We can only improve or preserve the quality of the places we inhabit through engaging ideas, disciplines, cultures and environments which challenge and inspire. Find excitement exploring beyond the edges and creating solutions to problems where others only find limitations. Know there are no “small” things in life. Discover inspiring compositions of space and light, people and places, time and memories through every waking moment.  Be rewarded through giving credit, creating trust, taking responsibility and striving to make our world a better place.

Research and Creative Work

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    While design and teaching/learning remain the core.  My interests were shaped by living and teaching in the expanse of the American West (Montana State University) and now in the middle of the Pacific Ocean (University of Hawai'i).  Separated by large distances to many may seem like "isolation".  However, I found that both locations provided the impetus to inspire my unbounded interest in turning such a challenge into strength. 

     

  • Professional Experience

    Llewellyn Architects 1978-Present 
    University of Hawaii 2007-Present
    Montana State University 1984-2007 (Professor Emeritus)
    King Faisal University (Saudi Arabia) 1983-1984
    Oregon School of Design (Portland, OR) 1981-1983
    Portland State University 1979-1981
    Mississippi State University 1978-1979
    Washington State University 1975-1978

  • License(s)

    Architect: Hawaii 2010-Present / Montana 1987-Present / NCARB 1987-Present / California 1980-2003 / Washington 1978-1988 / Oregon 1975-1990

  • Selected Publications

    Arumjigi Heritage Tomorrow Comp./Publication with 2 person jury comments/ Korea / April, 2010  
    Korea Style / Harper’s Bazaar pp. 490-491/ Korean Publication / February, 2008  
    Conversation with Clark Llewellyn / Hawai’i Interiors, pp7-8 / Honolulu, Hawai’i / spring, 2008  
    Maui Magazine, pp. 103-105/Maui, Hawai’i / March-April, 2008  
    Korea Style by Lisa Iwamoto/ Introduction /Tuttle Publications / 2006   
    So You Want to be an Architect by Lee Waldrup / Contributor / Wiley & Co. / 2006 and 2010 

  • Courses

    Arch 201 Second Year Studio
    Arch 690 Urban Space and Place (Global Track/Summer/USA or Singapore)
    Arch 690 Professional Research (Global Track/Summer/USA or Singapore)
    Arch 742 Arch Studio III
    Arch 743 Urban Design (Global Track/China-Tongji Univ.)
    Arch 733 Comprehensive Design (Global Track/China-Tongji Univ.)
    Arch 747 Research Studio in Practice (Global Track/Summer/China-Beijing)
    Arch 755 Adv. Global Practice (Global Track/Hawaii)

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