Garth Brown

Garth Brown

Architecture Coordinator

Chattanooga native Garth Brown received his BA in English from Washington and Lee University in 2002.  During his junior year, he spent a semester in Italy studying art and art history. This study would influence his decision of pursuing a Masters of Architecture from Clemson University in 2011. While at Clemson, he was privileged to spend a semester studying in Genoa, Italy, through the School of Architecture. As a result of Garth’s wanderlust, he has lived in Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, El Salvador and Italy. In El Salvador, he spent 2 months designing and building a medical clinic in El Mozote, which was a project under the direction of Vermont architect, Dave Sellers, which was funded by humanitarian Patch Adams. In 2014, Garth was a Regional winner of the 2014 Sub-Zero + Wolf Kitchen Design Contest. Garth enjoys the outdoors, sketching, and playing golf and best of all taking road trips with his dog Floyd.