Duane McLemore

 Duane McLemore


  • Assistant Professor


Office: (662) 325-2543
240 Giles Hall



Duane McLemore is an Assistant Professor in the School of Architecture. He is an Architect (CA 38095) and the co-founder of X Over Zero, an architecture and design firm best known for their 3d printed jewelry.


  • Master of Architecture, , Univ College of London, 2010

Research interests:

The uses of computation in contemporary fabrication methods and environmental systems. The application of mathematics in computational design. The application of geometry in architectural design and fabrication.


Conference Proceeding

  • Visualizing Space Group Symmetries With Modified Stereographic Projection.  Design Communication Association. Volume 2022, Page 8.
  • Concrete Environments.  Proceedings of the BTES 2021 Conference. Volume 2021. 2022
  • Concrete Environments.  Building Technology Educators' Society. Volume 2021, Issue 1, Page article 2. 2021
  • Space Group Symmetry Generation for Design.  Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture. Volume 40. 2021



  • "Toolmaking." Friday Forum, Tau Sigma Delta, Mississippi State University. 2019
  • "Toolmaking." n/a, Architecture Appreciation (MS State S|Arc Class), Mississippi State University. 2019
  • "Instruments and Speculations." , University of New Mexico School of Architecture, Albuquerque, NM. 2019

Oral Presentation


  • "Concrete Environments." 2021 Building Technology Educators' Society Conference, Building Technology Educators' Society, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 2021

Short Course

  • "Transposing Marginalized Craft Traditions and Advanced Fabrication - Workshop." ACADIA 2022, The Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture, Philadelphia, PA. 2022
  • "The Horta Component Library: Using Space Groups in Grasshopper to Create Novel Honeycombs - Workshop." CAAD Futures 2021, CAAD Futures Foundation, Hybrid - Los Angeles, CA / Online. 2021
  • "Computation and Curation." , The Corcoran School of Arts and Design, Washington, DC. 2019

Areas of Expertise

Geometry Computation Advanced Fabrication

Building Construction Science

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Interior Design

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Dean's Office

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