The work of architect George Clemens, A.I.A, is carefully based on context and respects the craft of building. Though a Cleveland native and graduate of Heights High school in 1981, he has lived on both coasts after attending Williams College (B Arts ’86). George brings architectural training from Yale University (M Arch ’93) and a design background drawing on experience from top architectural firms in New Haven, San Francisco, and Cleveland. He has built as well as designed houses since the early 1980s.

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George Clemens Architecture, Inc.

Principal, Owner
Jan. 2015 – Present

Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Creating beautiful custom residential architecture for a wide range of clients across Ohio.

George Clemens Architecture, Inc.

Principal, Owner
Jan. 2006 – 2015

Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Specializing in beautiful custom architectural exterior and interior solutions for a wide range of residential clients in Northeast Ohio.

George A. Clemens Architect

Sept. 2002 – Dec. 2005

Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Residential practice serving greater Cleveland and offering thoughtful, detailed design solutions for custom homes and residential additions.

Bialosky and Partners, Architects

Senior Associate
Jan. 98 – Sept. 2002

Cleveland, Ohio

CROCKER PARK: Design with William Bialosky for mixed-use retail/residential/office New Urban town center development in Westlake, Ohio.

MUSKINGUM COLLEGE CENTER FOR COMMUNICATION ARTS: Design with Jack Bialosky, Jr. for theatre and classroom building.

URSULINE COLLEGE ANTHONY M. PILLA BUILDING: Design with Jack Bialosky, Jr. for new classroom building, including servery and gathering space, distance learning center.

PROGRESSIVE INSURANCE CAMPUS TWO: Design and construction administration under William Bialosky of 750,000 square foot corporate center.

Van Dijk, Pace, Westlake Architects

Apr. 1996 – Dec. 1997

Cleveland, Ohio

TRAVELCENTERS OF AMERICA: Project manager for 100 million dollar renovation and Re-Image. Coordination and administration of project through construction of four prototypical Re-Imaged sites.

CITY OF WESTLAKE RECREATION CENTER: Design under Peter Van Dijk of recreation center. Design of indoor aquatic room with five pools and double slide.

Roth and Moore Architects

Aug. 1993 – Feb. 1996

Cleveland, Ohio

JOSEPH SLIFKA CENTER FOR JEWISH LIFE AT YALE : Team member for University facility. Concrete frame construction; design of elaborate brickwork in garden.

Design/CDs for buildings at UConn, Choate, and Vasser College.

Theodore Brown & Partners

Sept. 1988 – Jul. 1990

San Francisco, California

Intern designer, draftsman, model-maker in residential firm.

M & M Construction

Sept. 1986 – Sept. 1987

Denver, Colorado

Rough-framing and exterior trim of custom homes (one of several residential building experiences).