Clark Titcomb

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Project Architect for the Raleigh Architecture Company

Education: Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, UNC Charlotte (2008)
Master of Architecture, UNC Charlotte (2010)

Hometown: Martinsville, Va

Clark Titcomb became interested in architecture very early in life, due in part to his uncle who was an architect, his mother who shared and encouraged her passion for art, and his love for Legos. 

As he got older, his love for architecture led him to the School of Architecture at UNC Charlotte. “My time at UNC Charlotte instilled a deep sense of curiosity and love for problem solving - composed of an exciting and uniquely challenging blend of creativity, craft, and technical aptitude, these ideals continue to serve me in the day-to-day realities of the profession.”

Clark has many fond memories of his time at school, including the Viking Funerals held at the end of each semester, when students were invited to place their less than successful drawings and models in longboats, which were then ceremoniously set ablaze in nearby Hechenbleikner Lake.

He is currently a Project Architect for the Raleigh Architecture Company, a design-build firm in Raleigh, NC, specializing in the design and construction of custom contemporary residential and commercial projects. The Raleigh Architecture Co. and its companion, The Raleigh Construction Co., were founded by School of Architecture alumni Craig Kerins and Robby Johnston.

“During my career, I have been very fortunate to work on many award-winning residential and commercial projects in both California as well as in North Carolina, but my favorite projects have been those that have challenged me to grow - expanding my skills as a designer, architect, and project manager - and those that have allowed me to work with and learn from other talented and knowledgeable individuals in the profession.”

His advice for current students: “Pursue your passion! My exposure in school to post-war ideas regarding high-density modular living led directly to my first architecture job, a career in contemporary residential design, and a life-long fascination with the possibilities of the built environment.”