Clay Shortall was featured in Austin's Tribeza Magazine's annual Design issue in 2011.
       
     
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 Architizer announces Studio Shortall's winning entry for GE Garages Making Things competition for Story retail space in NYC.
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
       
     
 Site prep for the Art Studio Addition
       
     
 Clay Shortall was featured in Austin's Tribeza Magazine's annual Design issue in 2011.
       
     

Clay Shortall was featured in Austin's Tribeza Magazine's annual Design issue in 2011.

Tribeza-ARTICLE--Clay-Shortall_October-2011-2.jpg
       
     
 Architizer announces Studio Shortall's winning entry for GE Garages Making Things competition for Story retail space in NYC.
       
     

Architizer announces Studio Shortall's winning entry for GE Garages Making Things competition for Story retail space in NYC.

       
     
Longhorn Network Interview

A collaboration between Will Meredith and Matt Fajkus for a sculpture for President Obama's visit to Austin.

       
     
National Opera House

Clay Shortall worked on this project while with Keith Williams Architects in London.  The project is located in Wexford, Ireland. His role was the main auditorium and second space.  The acoustics of the space is not amplified, a true opera house.  We had a great team working with us to pull this space off.

       
     
CHROMASCAPE_ Student Work

work by: Michael Beene + Jesefa Templo

UT at Austin School of Architecture Advanced Studio taught by Clay Shortall
Spring 2013

In their own words:

Architects have long understood the profound relationship between color and the built environment. While there is a predetermined symbolism inherent in color, its meaning is ultimately dependent upon individual interpretation. Furthermore, this phenomenon is affected by language, and the words that we have to describe color.

The intention behind CHROMASCAPE is to create a way for a person to 'inhabit' a color. CHROMASCAPE allows color to be viewed at its most fundamental level, thus heightening one’s awareness and personal response to it.

Over a half of a mile of white mohair yarn was suspended from the ceiling which captures light from a digital projector. The installation's color slowly changes based on the movement and position of people occupying the space, as observed from two infrared cameras.



 

       
     
Augmented Reality

Student Work: Various

UT at Austin Advanced Design taught by Clay Shortall

Spring 2012

Investigating the relationship between physical and virtual environments.

 Site prep for the Art Studio Addition
       
     

Site prep for the Art Studio Addition