Education: B.S., University of Virginia; M.Arch., University of Virginia

Background: Timothy Stenson began teaching here at the Architecture School in 1989 as a lecturer in the undergraduate design studios. After five years at the University of Michigan, he returned to UVa in 1994 as an Assistant Professor, teaching courses in design, building, and furniture design / fabrication. Mr. Stenson's work in practice and in teaching has recently been focused on the issues of material assembly, spatial configuration, and the interrelation of the process of design and the process of making. Current work includes commissions ranging from furniture to interiors to residential additions and renovations - throughout which Stenson maintains an active relationship between the designing of things and the building of things. His work has been exhibited in a variety of venues including the Universities of Virginia, Michigan, and Tennessee, and Spier's Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina.

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