Clay Odom is Assistant Professor in the Interior Design Program at The University of Texas School of Architecture, a graduate of Texas Tech University’s College of Architecture and the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation, and a licensed Interior Designer. He is principal of the research-oriented design practice, studio MODO based in Austin, Texas. Clay’s active practice in combination with his academic position are the platforms for design-based scholarship which leverages advanced design and fabrication to explore spatial, atmospheric and material effects generation in relation to objects and interiors.
"WE ARE NEVER NOT INSIDE DISCRETE OBJECTS AND NESTED INTERIORITIES,"
IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse: Vol. 9, Article 5.