Charles MacBride, AIA, NCARB
Charles MacBride is a licensed architect and associate professor at the South Dakota State University Department of Architecture. He has been teaching and practicing for over 20 years, with specializations in urbanism, history, housing, and building technology. He co-founded the DoArch Public Works program, and is the recipient of a grant to develop the South Dakota Passive Housing Initiative.
MACBRIDE STUDIO is a collaborative architecture and urban design practice that provides innovative ideas and specialized services to a wide range of clients. Following in a long tradition of architects who both teach and practice, the studio pursues architecture as a discourse, an expression of craft, and as a responsibility to our culture and collective identity. We bring together talented individuals who contribute to many types of projects, including architecture, urbanism, planning, landscape architecture, and graphic design. Our portfolio includes custom residences, master planning, feasibility and historical building assessments, and all scales of commercial and housing development.
MacBride is the DoArch Professional Program Coordinator and also serves as the department's AXP Education Coordinator. He holds degrees from Columbia and Penn State, and has previously taught at Iowa State University and the University of Colorado Denver.
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