Lloyd (Bud) ShenefeltAssistant Professor of Architecture
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M.Arch, Louisiana State University
Bachelor of Arts, University of Alabama
Areas of Interest
Lloyd Shenefelt teaches in the areas of beginning design, healthcare and socially responsible design.
Prior to joining UNL’s College of Architecture, Shenefelt taught architecture studios at Auburn University, and interior design studios at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) and Georgia State University.
Shenefelt practiced architecture with Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects for over 9 years where he was a Project Manager and Designer. Through collaboration with Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects, projects he participated in have won American Institute of Architects (AIA) Awards, and have been published in Architect Magazine and Log. Shenefelt was also a founding principal of DSNWRK in Atlanta, GA. Shenefelt’s design experience includes academic, corporate, healthcare, planning, and residential.
Shenefelt’s research and creative work focuses on design discovery through multi-sensory and non-sensorial creative exploration, ephemerality and the poetic implications of materiality, and site specific installations as a means of design research. These interests are explored in Shenefelt’s practice and pedagogy.