McLain Clutter is an architect, author and Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Clutter’s design and scholarship focuses on the role of architecture within the multidisciplinary milieu of contemporary urbanism. His essays and design work have been featured in Grey Room, MONU, 306090, the Journal of Architectural Education, Pigeon, Praxis (forthcoming), Plat (forthcoming), the edited volume Formerly Urban: Projecting Rustbelt Cities, and other venues. He has exhibited work and participated in conferences internationally. Clutter’s book, Imaginary Apparatus: New York City and its Mediated Representation is forthcoming from Park Books/Scheidegger and Spiess in March of 2015.
Clutter received a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University and an MED from the Yale School of Architecture, where he was the recipient of the Everett Victor Meeks Fellowship. He has practiced professionally in offices in New York and Chicago, working on projects ranging in scale from residential renovations to campus master planning. His Ann Arbor based design and research practice is named Master of None.