Mentor Office Hours: Mark Odom

November 8, 2018 9am - 11am

Sign up to learn from some of Austin's top designers in Architecture, UX/Visual, Fashion, and Product Design through one-on-one connections.

  • The Refinery
  • 612 Brazos St.
  • Austin, TX 78701

Mentor Office Hours: Mark Odom

Austin Design Week welcomes creative professionals across all industries to join us and learn from some of Austin's top designers through one-on-one connections. Whether you are looking to up your portfolio, seek industry-related or career advice, network with thought leaders, or meet people you've heard about for awhile these professionals are here to help you!

Claim your time slot for one of these limited mentor sessions on Thursday November 8th from 9:00-11:00 am to meet key leaders in Architecture, UX/Visual, Fashion, and Product Design. You will have approximately 20 minutes with the thought leader of your choice so come prepared with questions! Spots are very limited. Please only RSVP if you know you can attend.

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About Mark Odom

Mark moved to Austin from in 2004 creating Mark Odom Studio, an award winning studio revolving around like minded individuals producing both residential, commercial, & public art projects throughout the Texas region. Prior to m(ødm), Mark worked in Dallas, San Diego, and Hawaii on various urban infll, adaptive reuse, and mixed-use high rise developments with a primary focus on context and site appropriate design. Mark has ffeen + years of experience in the architecture and construction industry and focuses the studio on collaborative efforts in quality design, material investigation, spatial development, and proper construction practices.

Mark held a Professor of Practice position at Texas A&M University between 2009-2013 and has been involved with studio reviews over the years at University of Texas, Texas A&M, and University of Houston. Teaching graduate level studio at Texas A&M, Mark’s scholarly interest is Design Process as it pertains to the investigation of Context, Teory, and the Individuals direct intent of realizing architecture as a spatial vocabulary… the belief that every project generates its own set of specifcs, the approach is free of preconceived ideas, with every response a thoughtful reference to site specifcs.

Mark has his Masters of Architecture from NewSchool of Architecture where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2003. Trough Syracuse University, he studied abroad in Florence during 2002, and his undergraduate degree is in Environmental Design from Texas A&M University. Mark is currently a licenses Architect in the state of Texas and Colorado.

  • 612 Brazos St. Austin, TX 78701
  • DAY
  • Thursday, November 8th
  • TIME
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM*
  • *You must sign up for a 20-minute time-slot
  • Austin Design Week
  • Yes
  • Limited parking (paid street and garage parking) | FREE B-cycle | CapMetro downtown | Rideshare
  • Free

612 Brazos St.
Austin, TX 78701