Clare Robinson

Clare Robinson is a designer, theorist, and historian of architecture and urbanism. Her recent work focuses on the architecture of social environments on postwar college campuses as well as problems and complexities surrounding the representation, spatiality, and places of memory. Since graduating from the Harvard Graduate School of Design in 2001, Clare has taught architectural design, theory, and history at various schools, including the Rhode Island School of Design, Iowa State University, and the University of California at Berkeley. Her courses and pedagogical approach reflect a broad range of interests that span beginning design, urban history, and theoretical propositions of space and place. Clare is a founding design partner of Urbano and the recipient of several awards and grants, including a Graham Foundation Grant, Spiro Kostof Fellowship, Bancroft Fellowship, the James and Sylvia Thayer Research Fellowship, and Draper Fellowship.

BA, Smith College; MArch, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design