Timothy J. Woods

Timothy J. Woods

Tim Woods, SCAD architecture professor

Timothy J. Woods

  • A.A., University of Florida, 1978
  • B.Des., University of Florida,  1980
  • M.Arch., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1985
First year at SCAD:

"I have always maintained a practice that includes architectural design, industrial design and installation art and fine art in the United States, Honduras and East Africa. I feel that practicing design inspires my teaching and teaching inspires my designs."


Designing "Moon River" house, featured in Southern Cosmopolitan and Metropolis Magazine; designing LOCI MODular house, published in Natural Life magazine and Savannah Magazine

Awards, recognition and honors

American Institute of Architects Education Honor Award for a paper titled "A Layered Approach to Critical Discourse"; Charles A. Lindbergh Foundation Certificate of Merit for the Arts and Humanities supporting research in Africa under project "'Ujamaa' Made Manifest: Balancing Culture, Country and Technology"; Beaux Arts Video, award winner at New York International Independent Film and Video Festival, shown in New York, Los Angeles, California, and London; c2c-home Competition; Installation, "Glossolalia" for "Reflections on Jane Fonda"; Installation, "Walls from Invisible Cities #4″ for "Functional Follies" competition; Design Competition for the president's house at the University of South Florida, Honorable Mention, published in Florida Architecture magazine

Publications and presentations

  • Paper for ACSA Southeast Regional Conference, "Between First and Third Worlds," titled "The Village Caught Between Three Worlds"
  • Paper for ACSA Southwest Regional Conference, "Internationalism, Culturalism, Regionalism
  • Paper presented at Preservation Institute: Nantucket Seminar, titled "The Preservation of a Tri- cultural Building Tradition: The Act of Construction as an Anchor for the Evolution of House and Village in Rural Tanzania"

Previous Positions

Professor of architecture, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; professor of architecture, University of South Florida; assistant professor of architecture, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

On the Web

Courses Taught

  • ARCH 301 Architecture Design Studio I
  • ARCH 302 Architecture Design Studio II
  • ARCH 303 Architecture Design Studio III
  • DSGN 223 Architectural Fundamentals I
  • DSGN 224 Architectural Fundamentals II
  • DSGN 225 Architectural Fundamentals III