Nathan Saint Clare
Associate Principal, Architecture
Nathan Saint Clare studied architecture at the Yale School of Architecture in New Haven, CT and Kansas State University in Manhattan, KS. With twenty years of experience, he is a member of the American Institute of Architects and licensed to practice in California and Hawaii.
In addition to his time at WATG, he has worked and studied alongside Cesar Pelli, David Chipperfield, Robert A.M. Stern and Dimitri Porphyrios before moving to London. He was a Teaching Fellow at the Yale School of Architecture for undergraduate design and history courses. He has worked on projects in six continents and lived on four continents.
Nathan has been a strong advocate for interdisciplinary and integrated design teams that leverage the collective talent and experience of WATG into every project.
In addition to his professional work, he has also written and edited several articles and architecture, sustainability, and adaptive reuse including a book on the modern architecture of Hawaii.