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Clover Linné

Clover Linné
Associate Principal

After graduating from Yale School of Architecture, Clover Linné spent several years in New York working for Davis Brody Bond on projects ranging from campus planning to programming to construction of projects, including the Northwest Corner Building, an interdisciplinary science and engineering building at Columbia University. Clover moved to Los Angeles in 2011, where she joined Moore Ruble Yudell, and has served as project manager for the new Engineering VI Phase 1 (WIN-GEM) at University of California, Los Angeles.

Clover is a registered architect in the states of California and New York, and has been a guest studio critic at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, City College of New York, and Parsons/The New School for Design.