Tim Brown Architecture

Timothy Brown is a Licensed Architect in North Carolina and Illinois.

Tim did his undergraduate studies at Clemson University and his Masters at the University of Illinois Chicago. He founded Atelier FLIR, a design collaborative, in 1991 and worked extensively in Chicago and then in Tuscany and, finally, Paris. In 2003 he launched Tim Brown Architecture while living and working in Paris. His professional practice expanded to North Carolina in 2011.

Tim has been a member of the Chicago chapter of the American Institute of Architects since 2002 and is the past-President of the AIA Chicago Foundation. He has also served on the AIA Chicago Honors and Awards Committee. He is a member of the Association of Licensed Architects, the Construction Specifications Institute, and the Building Enclosure Council Chicago. He recently served as the President of the Chicago Architectural Club.

He served on the faculty at the Illinois Institute of Technology's world-renowned College of Architecture for twenty-five years as a Studio Associate Professor. His teaching roles ranged widely from first year design studio to thesis advising. Most recently he was the Curator of the College's first Fourth Year Comprehensive Building Design Core Studio. Additional teaching centered on graduate level research courses in advanced technology and materials. He directed and taught the College's European study programs for over a decade while living in Montepulciano, Barcelona, London, Berlin, and Paris. 

Tim recently joined Clemson University's School of Architecture as an Associate Professor and will serve as the Director of Undergraduate Programs while coordinating the fourth year undergraduate Synthesis Studio.