“Scott Mitchell never imagined architecture as a career. Perhaps that’s why his path didn’t start with a draft table but in a chemistry lab.
“I started my first year at [Texas A&M University) with pre-med,” Mitchell says. “I didn’t like biochemistry, which is why I made a transition to the College of Architecture. I don’t really remember what the reasons were. I think it was a photography class. This class was also the reason why I went to the Kimbell Art Museum. That stimulated my awareness of architecture. It shifted my thinking and opened up possibilities…”

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