Dee wraps up his conversation with Nathaniel Clark, the Managing Partner of full-service design firm, CHASM Architecture in Atlanta. In part two, Nathaniel talks about what he remembers most about turning a Baptist Church into a three-story condo complex and what the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport project has meant to his company and his legacy.
About Nathaniel Clark:
As the Managing Partner of CHASM, Nathaniel has over 25 years of professional architectural experience designing complex projects in a wide variety of building types. His ability to lead and follow simultaneously provides ample room for professionals to grow under his careful watch. He promotes an open and diverse design culture where everyone, no matter their title, has value and opportunity to carry projects through the entire design process, including the pursuit of new clients.
Nathaniel graduated from Louisiana State University in 1996 as the first African American awarded the College of Art + Design Dean’s Medal. In addition, in 2003 Nathaniel became the first African American to become a partner in a majority-owned architectural firm in Louisiana history. In 2005 Nathaniel created CHASM and relocated to Atlanta where he and the firm have received numerous design awards and other accolades.