Principal, Historical Concepts
CLAY ROKICKI first shared his talents with Historical Concepts in 2005 as a participant in the summer internship program. He joined the firm a year later upon graduating summa cum laude from the University of Notre Dame’s School of Architecture.
For the past six years, Clay has co-managed a studio under the mentorship of firm founder, Jim Strickland and was promoted to Principal in 2019. Additionally, Clay has been appointed Director of Design Enrichment, charged with leading creative learning opportunities that inform, educate and inspire the Historical Concepts team.
The 2010 recipient of the J. Neel Reid Prize from the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, Clay is now active with the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, chairing the Education Committee for the Southeast Chapter and teaching at the national level. His work is featured in the firm’s new book Visions of Home.