McLain Clutter is an architect and writer. Prior to joining the faculty at University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Clutter taught at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Clutter earned a bachelor's of architecture, magna cum laude, from Syracuse University; and a M.E.D. from the Yale School of Architecture. Clutter has worked in design offices in New York, Chicago, and New Haven, Conn, and his design work has been premiated and exhibited internationally. His recent essays have appeared in Grey Room and MONU, and he has forthcoming essays in collected volumes from Princeton Architectural Press and the University of Chicago Press.
“Cleveland: MEDIPLEX CITY.” Formerly Urban: Projecting Rust-belt Futures, from Syracuse Univeristy and Princeton Architectural Press, November 2012.
“Housing Urbanism” Journal of Architectural Education, vol. 65, issue 1 (October 2011):7-12 (Article by Clare Lyster and Judith De Jong about a studio that I co-taught with Lyster and De Jong, and including my drawings)