Rab McClure

Interim Associate Chair, Associate Professor
MArch, Yale University
BS, Architecture, University of Virginia


Rab McClure’s teaching and creative scholarship mine the sweet spot where design and fine arts overlap. His work investigates form, light, space, material, memory and imagination. He has been invited to present papers and exhibit his work most recently in Helsinki, London, Montreal, Kyoto, the Netherlands, and Kortrijk, Belgium.

Rab is a registered architect, an NCIDQ certified interior designer, and an Associate Professor of Interior Design at Virginia Commonwealth University. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from Yale University and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree from the University of Virginia. He has written for Architect magazine and is a frequent contributor to the journal Inform. A solo design project, “Breezecatcher House,” won Best In Show in the 2008 IDEC International Design Competition.