Captivated by the power of spatial thinking as a child, Connor Slover has been drawn to architecture since discovering that it could allow him to transform his passion for visualization into tangible outcomes for people and communities. At Goody Clancy, he shares our team’s commitment to positive impact through sustainable design, and brings his specialized skills to the work of creating spaces that make a difference.
As an Architectural Designer, Connor generates drawings, physical models, and sketches that advance design thinking. He has a particular affinity for 3D sketching, which allows him to illustrate spatial ideas quickly and work through what he calls “dozens of bad ideas” in order to find the right solution. His contributions to projects like Harvard Medical School’s Toteson Medical Engineering Center and MIT’s Burton-Conner House exemplify his commitment to creating sustainable designs without compromising functionality. He is passionate about the work of bringing digital design to life, and hopes that in the process he can inspire others to push the boundaries of efficient buildings.
When he’s not designing, you can find Connor skateboarding. He also makes a point of trying to sketch something every day.