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My name is Nicholas Ault and I am an Architectural Designer who is currently a Lecturer at Clemson University and has previously taught at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte as well as worked at several small firms across the country. The work represented in the following pages illustrates a sampling of teaching, research and design work executed by myself or students directly under my oversight. Thank you for taking the time to peruse the site and I appreciate any comments or questions that you may have regarding the work.
This site is constantly under development as I try to keep it as up to date as possible, especially regarding the student work, which is the bulk of what is represented herein. Recent work of note is the Asheville Craft Brewery project completed by my ARCH 851 Graduate Design Studio in the Fall 2012 semester and the Unpacking Sullivan project completed by Second Year Undergraduate students in a one-credit hour digital skills course. I am also very happy to say that this project has spawned a paper that has been accepted to the 2013 Nation Conference of the Building Design Student in Philadelphia in April. This paper outlines both the methodological means behind the paper but also showcases the students work.
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