Mack Scogin

EDUCATION

  • Georgia Institute of Technology, Bachelor of Architecture, 1966

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Principal, Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects, Inc., 2000–present
  • Principal, Scogin Elam and Bray Architects, Inc., 1984–2000
  • President and Chief Operating Officer, Director of Design, Heery and Heery, Architects and Engineers, Inc., 1981–1984
  • Vice President and Coordinator, Heery and Heery, Architects and Engineers, Inc., 1978–1981
  • Senior Design Architect, Heery and Heery, Architects and Engineers, Inc., 1967–1981

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Kajima Professor in Practice of Architecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 2009–present
  • Kajima Adjunct Professor of Architecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 1990–2009
  • Herbert Baumer Dist. Visiting Professor, Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture, The Ohio State University, 2003–2004
  • Chairman, Department of Architecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 1990–1995
  • Visiting Critic, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 1989
  • Visiting Critic, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1987–1989
  • Visiting Critic, Rice University, 1984

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION

  • U.S. Green Building Council, Corporate Member
  • American Institute of Architects, Corporate Member
  • American Institute of Architects, National Committee on Design, Chairman Steering Committee, 1987, Steering Committee, 1985–1987
  • Atlanta Chapter AIA Member
  • Architecture Society of Atlanta, Founding Member, Member Board of Sponsors 1983–1988
  • Associate Fellow National Academy of Design

REGISTRATION

  • Connecticut
  • Georgia
  • Iowa
  • Massachusetts
  • New York
  • Pennsylvania
  • South Carolina
  • Texas
  • NCARB Certification

SELECTED HONORS

  • Royal Institute of British Architects, International Fellow, 2007
  • Design Now Program Participant and Lecturer, Herman Miller Inc., Zeeland, Michigan, December 2003
  • 1999 Charles and Ray Eames Lecture, University of Michigan
  • 1996 Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design
  • Academy Award in Architecture, American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1995
  • External Examiner, Architectural Association, London, 1995–1997
  • Gropius Lecturer at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 1995
  • Denys Lasdun Lecture, Architectural Association, London, 1995
  • Associate Fellow National Academy of Design, 1992–1994
  • Silver Medal for Consistent Pursuit and Achievement in Architectural Design, Atlanta Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, 1989
  • The Socially Responsible Environment: USA / USSR, 1980–1990
  • Selected to the Emerging Voices Series, Architecture League of New York, 1988
  • Critical Architecture / Architecture Criticism: The Work of Scogin Elam and Bray, The High Museum, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1990
  • Atlanta Magazine, “The Heart of the City: 50 People Who Make Atlanta Special,” October 1985
  • American Institute of Architects, National Committee on Design, Chairman Steering Committee, 1987, Steering Committee, 1985–1987

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

  • Exhibitor: “Civic Spirit: Changing the Course of Federal Design,” Center for Architecture, New York, New York, September–December 2004
  • Exhibitor: “Four Projects,” Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, Georgia, Autumn 2001
  • Exhibitor: “Architectural Freehand Drawing,” GA Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, September–October 2001
  • Exhibitor: “Working Drawings,” Brenau University, Gainesville, Georgia, September 2001
  • Exhibitor: Permanent Collection, Deutsches Architektur Museum, Frankfurt, Germany, 1999
  • Exhibitor: “The Un-Private House,” Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, Summer 1999
  • Exhibitor: “Architecture: Intimate Space The House for the 21st Century,” Stefan Stux Gallery, New York, New York, 1998
  • Exhibitor: GA Gallery: “Enric Miralles, Scogin Elam and Bray, Bolles   Wilson,” Tokyo, Japan, Summer 1994
  • Exhibitor: 2 AES Gallery, Recent Works, San Francisco, California, Spring 1990
  • Exhibitor: “Five Choose Five,” National AIA Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, 1989

SELECTED RECENT AWARDS

  • Georgia AIA Honor Design Award, 2010: Gates Center for Computer Science and Hillman Center for Future Generation Technologies—Carnegie Mellon University
  • Georgia AIA Merit Award, 2010: Carroll A. Campbell Jr. Graduate Engineering Center—Clemson University
  • Georgia AIA Citation Design Award, 2010: Two Alliance Center—Atlanta, Georgia
  • National AIA Honor Award of Excellence, 2010: Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture, The Ohio State University
  • South Atlantic Region AIA Honor Award, 2009: Bailey HouseStudio
  • South Atlantic Region AIA Honor Award, 2009: Jean Gray Hargrove Music Library, University of California, Berkeley
  • General Services Administration Citation in On-the-Boards Architecture, 2008: United States Federal Courthouse—Austin, Texas
  • Boston Society of Architects Harleston Parker Medal, 2006: Lulu Chow Wang Campus Center and Davis Garage, Wellesley College
  • South Atlantic Region AIA Special Commendation, 2006: Lulu Chow Wang Campus Center and Davis Garage, Wellesley College
  • South Atlantic Region AIA Honor Award, 2006: Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture, The Ohio State University
  • National AIA / ALA Award of Excellence, 2005: Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture, The Ohio State University
  • National AIA Award of Excellence, 2005: Mountain Tree House
  • Georgia AIA Design Award of Excellence, 2004: Jean Gray Hargrove Music Library, University of California, Berkeley
  • Architectural Record Houses Award, 2004: Bailey HouseStudio
  • South Atlantic Region AIA Honor Award, 2003: Mountain Tree House
  • Architectural Record Houses Award, 2003: Mountain Tree House
  • South Atlantic Region AIA Honor Award, 2003: Herman Miller Cherokee Operations
  • South Atlantic Region AIA Honor Award, 2003: Willow Street Residence Hall, Tulane University
  • South Atlantic Region AIA Honor Award, 2003: Lee B. Philmon Branch Library
  • National AIA / ALA Award of Excellence, 2003: Lee B. Philmon Branch Library
  • South Atlantic Region AIA Honor Award, 2000: 64 Wakefield
  • National AIA Award of Excellence, 1999: Nomentana Residence
  • Architectural Record Houses Award, 1998: 64 Wakefield
  • Architectural Record Houses Award, 1997: Mountain House
  • Architectural Record Interiors Award, 1996: Clark Atlanta University Art Galleries
  • South Atlantic Region AIA Honor Award, 1994: John J. Ross – William C. Blakley Law Library, Arizona State University
  • National AIA Award of Excellence, 1993: Buckhead Branch Library
  • South Atlantic Region AIA Honor Award, 1992: Turner Village at the Candler School of Theology, Emory University
  • National AIA Honor Award, 1992: House Chmar
  • South Atlantic Region AIA Honor Award, 1992: Carol Cobb Turner Branch Library
  • National AIA Honor Award of Excellence, 1989: Clayton County Headquarters Library
  • National AIA Honor Award of Excellence, 1988: High Museum at Georgia-Pacific Center

SELECTED RECENT BUILDINGS AND PROJECTS

  • 2008 Common Spaces Feasibilty Study — Harvard University
  • 2007  Various Projects, Tishman Speyer Properties
  • 2006  Yale University Health Services Center — Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
  • 2005  New Student Housing Project — Syracuse Univeristy, Syracuse, New York
  • 2005  Harvard University Allston Campus and First Science Buildings — Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • 2005  Gates Center for Computer Science — Carnegie Mellon Univeristy, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 2004  Carroll A. Campbell Jr. Graduate Engineering Center — Clemson University, Greenville, South Carolina
  • 2004  Zhongkai Sheshan Villas, Shanghai, China
  • 2003  Nexus — Barnard College, New York, New York, Invited Competition*
  • 2003  School of Fine Arts — University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut, Invited Competition*
  • 2003  U.S. Federal Courthouse, General Services Administration, Austin, Texas
  • 2001  Lulu Chow Wang Campus Center and Davis Garage — Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts
  • 2000  Bailey HouseStudio, Atlanta, Georgia
  • 1999  Wolfsburg Science Center, Wolfsburg, Germany Invited Competition† *
  • 1999  Woodland Park Offices, Tishman Speyer Properties, McLean, Virginia†
  • 1998  Jean Gray Hargrove Music Library — University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California†
  • 1998  Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture — The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio†
  • 1998  Mountain Tree House, Dillard, Georgia†
  • 1997  Laban Centre for Movement and Dance, London, England, Invited Competition†*
  • 1997  Bank for International Settlements, Basel, Switzerland, Invited Competition†*
  • 1997  Herman Miller Cherokee Operations, Herman Miller, Inc., Canton, Georgia†
  • 1995  Lee B. Philmon Branch Library, Clayton County Library System, Riverdale, Georgia†
  • 1995  Willow Street Residence Hall — Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana†
  • 1994  Nomentana Residence, Stoneham, Maine†

* Construction of project unrealized
† Completed as Scogin Elam and Bray Architects, Inc.