Assistant Professor and First Year Coordinator, Architecture
410 Dudley Hall
Auburn , AL 36849
Master of Architecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Bachelor of Architecture, Auburn University
Margaret Fletcher is an Assistant Professor of Architecture in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture. Fletcher’s research and creative work is focused on the visual representation of architectural ideas and architecture pedagogy. Fletcher currently teaches in the First Year Program of Architecture and is the First Year Coordinator for the Program of Architecture.
Fletcher is a practicing artist with gallery representation through Sandler Hudson Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia where she was awarded a solo exhibition titled OCUS 11 ante litteram in the fall of 2013. Fletcher’s creative practice currently focuses on issues related to architectural and spatial representation.
Fletcher has won numerous awards for art, architecture and graphic design. Most recently, she was named a Fellow of the Hambidge Creative Residency Program and was a finalist for the Forward Arts Foundation 2012 Emerging Artist Award. Fletcher was a Studio Artist at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center from 2009–2011.
Fletcher practiced architecture with Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects for over ten years where she was a Project Director. Through the design collaboration with Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects, projects she participated in have won over twelve American Institute of Architects (AIA) Awards including three National AIA Awards of Excellence in Architecture.