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About Craig L. Wilkins : Architect, activist, and artist Dr. Craig L. Wilkins serves on the faculty of the University of Michigan's College of Architecture and Urban Planning. A 2017 Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt National Design Award winner, former director of the Detroit Community Design Center and hip-hop architectural theorist teaches courses on design and social justice.
STATEMENT OF ART:
I believe design is an intentional aesthetic, social, economic and political act and should be employed to address the unequal distribution of life opportunities. Currently, my work focuses on what I call urban acupunctures; small architectures that relieve the pressures of everyday life, often built with salvaged and repurposed materials in the city’s neglected spaces. These small architectures ultimately illustrate “the aesthetics of making-do” paralleling the loose and still-evolving principles of the nascent hip hop architecture movement – reusing discard objects, using materials for unintended purposes, rewriting former definitions of the good, the useful and the beautiful in space and place and inviting users to create their own environment.

ORGANIZATION:
University of Michigan

EDUCATION:
2003, Cultural Studies & Comp Lit, PhD., University of Minnesota
1998, Kennedy School of Government, Fellow Exec Program, Harvard University
1990, Architecture, MS in RE & Urban Development, Columbia University
1985, Architecture, BArch, University of Detroit

EXPERIENCE:
2015-Present, Creative Director - the Wilkins project
2004-Present, Faculty, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
2004, Director, Detroit Community Design Center, Univ of Michigan
1998, Fellow, US Dept. of Housing & Urban Development, Minneapolis, MN
1996, Faculty, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
1996, Fellow, Design Center for American Urban Landscape, Minneapolis, MN
1996, Visiting Scholar, City Design Center, Univ. of Illinois Chicago, Chicago, IL
1992, Faculty, Southern University, School of Architecture, Baton Rouge, LA
1992, Faculty, City College of Chicago, Olive Harvey College, Chicago, IL
1991, Principal Designer, BakariDesign, Chicago, IL
1991, Faculty, Pratt Institute, Graduate School of Planning, Brooklyn, NY
1988, Designer, Perkins & Will, Architects, Engineers & Planners, DC, NY
1985, Designer, Devrouax & Purnell, Architects, PC, Washington, DC

MIXED EXHIBITIONS:
2018, “Close to the Edge: The Birth of Hip-Hop Architecture.” AIANY Center for Architecture. (Oct – Jan 2019)
2018, “Now What?! Advocacy, Activism & Alliances in American Architecture Since 1968.” Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, Parsons School of Design. (11-27 April)
2014, A' Design Exhibition. Museum of Design, Como, Italy; Chengdu, China
2014, “A Cultural Innovation: Hip Hop Inspired Architecture and Arts”. AIA Convention, Chicago; Detroit Design Festival, Detroit
2013, Detroit Design Festival, Detroit
2011, 1st Biannual Kresge Art X Festival. N’Namdi Contemporary Art Gallery, Detroit (April)
2010, “Scattered Light”, Art of This Gallery, Minneapolis (May)
2010, “small architecture BIG LANDSCAPES”, Sheldon Swope Museum, Terre Haute (April)
1994, Curated a traveling exhibit featuring African-American architecture students’ designs. Opened AIA Convention Los Angeles (May)
1993, National competition for the design of an African-American Cultural Center. Chicago Athenaeum (Aug)

AWARDS:
2017, Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award winner – Design Mind
2016, Brush Creek Foundation Artist Residency
2015, Dear Architecture Ideas Competition: First Place
2015, Jentel Foundation Artist Residency
2015, Hambidge Center Residency, Distinguished Fellow
2014, A' Design Silver Award: Social Design
2014, A' Design Runner Up Recognition: Street Furniture
2013, Djerassi Artist Literary Residency
2012, Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies Literary Residency
2010, Kresge Literary Artist Fellow
2009, National Indie Excellence Award Winner – Social Change: The Aesthetics of Equity
2009, National Indie Excellence Award Finalist – Education/Academic: The Aesthetics of Equity
2008, Collaborative Practice Award, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA)

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS:
“Bi-Space.” Critical Approaches to Contemporary Architecture. Swati Chattopadhyay and Jeremy White, eds. (Routledge Press, forthcoming, 2018)
“A Monument to the Movement.” Detroit News. (21 Sep 2016)
“Dear Architecture…” Dear Architecture. Matthew Hoffman and Francesca Giuliani, eds. (Blank Space, 2015)
“The Wisdom of Broader Ribbons Across the Land…” International Review of African American Art. (Mar 2015)
“Once More Unto The Breach: Collaborative teaching approaches designed to bridge the rift between the architecture academy and professional practitioners.” Space Unveiled: Invisible Cultures in the Design Studio. Carla Bell, ed. (Routledge Press, 2014)
“African Americans in Architectural Education.” Architecture School: Three Centuries of Architectural Education in North America. Joan Ockman, ed. (MIT Press, 2012) Excerpt printed in ACSA Newsletter. (Spring 2011)
“The Future of Yesterday.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. (Dec 2011)
“Detroit Tour-Missed Map.” Volume magazine special issue: Atlas of Love and Hate. (Fall 2010)
“D is for…” “small architecture BIG LANDSCAPES” exhibit at the Sheldon Swope Museum in Terre Haute, IN. (Feb 2010)
“Fellow’s Essays: Aesthetics of Equity.” Fellowships in Architecture. (ORO Editions, 2009)
“(W)Rapped Space: The Architecture of Hip Hop.” Edited reprint published in Art South Africa. (Fall 2009)
Excerpt from Aesthetics of Equity published in Portico. (Fall 2009)
“Architecture Now.” The International Review of African American Art. v.22. n.2 (2008)
“Twisted: African-American Architects and Signature Commissions.” AIArchitect. (10 Mar 2007)
“Tilting Towards Detroit.” Portico. (Fall 2005)
“Globalization and Architectural Education.” Co-Editor. Journal of Architectural Education. (Fall 2005)
“History of Southern University School of Architecture.” African American Architects: A Biographical Dictionary, 1865-1945. Dreck Wilson and Wesley Henderson, Ph.D., ed. (Routledge Press, 2004)
“Brothers/Others: Gonna Paint the White House Black.” Revealing Male Bodies. Nancy Tuana, et. al, ed. (Indiana University Press, 2002)
“Column said more about its author than its subject.” Minneapolis Star Tribune. Saturday, September 28, 2002.
“Beyond the Pale: Architecture’s Authorization of Class and Racial Bias.” Part I, II and III. Blacklines. (Fall 2000, Winter & Spring 2001)
“(W)Rapped Space: The Architecture of Hip Hop.” Journal of Architectural Education. (Fall 2000)
“The Space between Sight and Touch.” Dichotomy: Journal of the University of Detroit School of Architecture. v.13. (Spring 2000)
“Racial profiling denies basic right to move about freely.” Minneapolis Star Tribune. (Jul 17, 1999)
“Art, Activism and Oppositionality.” Book review. Public Art Review Journal. (Spring/Summer, 1999)
“A Hip Hop Park.” Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Newsletter. (May 1998)
“A Style That Nobody Can Deal With: Notes from the Hip Hop Doo Bop Inn.” International Review of African-American Art. Hampton Museum. (Spring 1995)
“Can’t We All Just Get A Long...Island Iced Tea?” CITY: Issues of African American Urban Space. Graphika Design Publications, Los Angeles. (Fall 1994)
“ENDNOTES.” Editorial column for CITY: Issues of African American Urban Space. Graphika Design Publications, Los Angeles. (Fall 1994)

BOOKS:
Diversity Among Architects: From Margin to Center. (Routledge Press, March 2016)
Activist Architecture: The Philosophy & Practice of Community Design Centers. Co-editor. (DCDC, 2015)
Ruffneck Constructivist. (Dancing Foxes Press / Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 2014)
The Aesthetics of Equity: Notes on Race, Space, Architecture and Music. (University of Minnesota Press, 2007)

ACCOLADES:
Selected as a one of 100 Alumnus of Notable Achievement of the last 100 years by the University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts.
2011, Cynthia Hammond, “Reflection on This Year's Plenary”, Society of Architectural Historians: SAH Communities Blog
2011, Bryan Bell, Roberta Feldman, Sergio Palleroni, and David Perkes, “Study on Public-Interest Design”, Funded by AIA 2011 Latrobe Prize for Architectural Research
2011, “Art X Detroit: Creating Experiences to Propel the City Forward”, Detroit Lives. (11 April). <http://detroitlives.com/2011/art-x-detroit-cre
ating-experiences-to-propel-the-city-forward/>
2011, W. Ian Bourland, “Conference Considers Dearth of African-American Artists, Designers”, Chronicle of Higher Education. (30 March)
2010, Travis Wright, “Meet the fellows: 18 Detroit composers, authors and performers reap rewards in Kresge program”, Metro Times, (30 June)
2010, Melissa Dittmer, “Craig Wilkins Post Lecture Discussion.” Detroit Regeneration Strategy, Events, Lectures. (1 Jan). <http://roguehaa.com/craig-wilkins-post-lecture
-discussion/>
2009, Sean O'Toole, “The Hip-Hop architect”, ENJIN Magazine, <http://www.enjin.co.za/sections/architecture&g
t; (8 December)
2009, Editor, “Faculty Member Craig Wilkins Awarded National Endowment for the Arts 2009 Access to Artistic Excellence for Studio:DetroitHS”, College News website
2008, Richard E. Lloyd, “Book Review: Reaching Outside The Box”, Cyberhood, (Jan)
2008, Editor, “Book Review: Aesthetics of Equity”, Reference & Research Book News, (Feb)
2008, Ali Modarres, “Book Review: Aesthetics of Equity”, Cities 26, (Dec)
2009, Dennis Archambault, “Hip Hop Meets Architecture in the Work of U-M Detroit Design Center Prof”, Model D online journal, (12 May)
2007, Emily Sohn, “Cultural Borderlands”, Intersections, Department of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, University of Minnesota, (Fall)
2007, Fabio Lucas, “A Gestao do Territorio”, Recife Antigo, Recife Moderno, Brazilian Journal (March)
2006, Dennis Archambault, “The Urban Design Lab”, Model D online weekly journal, (7 Feb.)
2005, Dee Mann, “Diversity: Architecture, Urban Design & Community Planning”, United Way Twin Cities online newsletter, (March).
2004, “(W)Rapped Space: The Architecture of Hip Hop” (JAE 2000) included in the 2004 “State of the Field: Studies of Identities in Modern Architecture”, International Literature Review, Carol H. Krinsky, New York University

John Archer. Architecture and Suburbia: From English Villa to American Dream House, 1690-2000. (Minneapolis: UMN Press, 2008).
Steve Macek. Urban Nightmares: The Media, the Right, And the Moral Panic Over the City. (Minneapolis: UMN Press, 2006).
David Brown. Noise Orders: Jazz, Improvisation, and Architecture. (Minneapolis: UMN Press, 2006).
Roberta M. Feldman, Susan Stall. The Dignity of Resistance: Women Residents' Activism in Chicago Public Housing. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004).
Melvin Mitchell. The Crisis of the African-American Architect: Conflicting Cultures of Architecture and (Black) Power. (iUniverse, 2002).

LANGUAGE SKILLS:
English (native), Spanish (Pre-Intermediate), Brazilian Portuguese (Beginner)

COURSES, SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS::
Ongoing, Studio, Activist Architecture
Ongoing, Seminar, Design Fundamentals II, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
2013, Seminar, Design Activism & Social Change, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
2011, Seminar, Architectural Pedagogy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
2010, Seminar, The Design Professional in Society, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
2010, Seminar, Dancing About Architecture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
2010, Studio, Studio:Detroit (Community Design Studio)
2008, Studio, Detroit Biennale 2008 (Urban Planning & Architecture Studio)
2009, Seminar, The Design of the Semiotic City, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
2006, Seminar, Socio-Cultural Issues in Architecture and Planning, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
2005, Studio, Detroit Design(ers) (Urban Planning Studio)
2005, Studio, All Rail the King: Transit Oriented Development in Detroit (Urban Design Studio)
2003, Studio, Designing for Difference (Integrated Architecture & Urban Planning Workshop)

SYMPOSIUMS AND ACADEMIC CONFERENCES::
Expanding Architecture: Critical Perspectives Acting from Within. Lund University, School of Architecture, Department of Architecture and Built Environment, host. Keynote. Mar 2018.
Architecture Lecture Series. University of Detroit Mercy, School of Architecture. Feb. 2018.
Parse Dialogues on Educational Exclusion. Gothenburg University, Academy of Design and Crafts, Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts, host. Nov 2017.
TEDxDetroit. Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. Detroit. Nov 2017.
Parsons The New School. School of Design Strategies. Graduation address. May 2017.
Remixing Hip Hop & Architecture. South by Southwest Conference. Panelist. Mar 2017.
Alternative Art School Fair. Pioneer Arts, host. Keynote. Nov 2016.
Black in Design – Satellite. Louisiana State University School of Art & Design, host. Presenter. Feb 2016.
MLK Symposium: Agents of Change. University of Michigan. Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning, host. Panelist. Jan 2016.
Black in Design Conference. Harvard University Graduate School of Architecture, host. Presenter and panelist. Oct 2015.
Ball State University College of Architecture. Muncie, host. Invited. “Shrink/Rapped: Fabricating Progressive Practices In Regressive Environments” lecture. Sep 2015.
Close to the Edge: Hip-Hop’s Impact on Architecture. Symposium. Syracuse University School of Architecture, host. Keynote presenter and speaker. Mar 2015.
Politics, Culture, and Architecture (Arch 442/544). University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning. Professor Michaele Pride; Visiting Assistant Professor David Schneider, host. Mar 2015.
Architects of Hope (Arch 498/598). Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning. Professor Wes Janz, host. Feb 2015.
Open Relationship: Part of the Conversations With Iran Series. Keynote. CultureHub. Recess Gallery, NYC, host. Nov 2014.
Payton Symposium on Philanthropy. Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis. Presenter and panelist. Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, host. Oct 2014.
Imagining Detroit: a public debate and open speculation on a new urban imaginary. Metropolitan Observatory for Digital Culture and Representation, host. Invited. Sep 2012.
AIA Pittsburgh Design Awards. Juror. Sep 2012.
Couched Constructions. Indiana University Herron School of Art and Design. Invited. Bloomington, host. Feb 2012.
Focus on Affordable Housing Initiative. University of Miami Office of Civic and Community Engagement lecture series. Invited. Miami, host. Feb 2012.
Detroit Design Festival: Unfold the City. Design Roundtable. Detroit Creative Corridor Center, host. Sep 2011.
Society of Architectural Historians Convention. Keynote. New Orleans. Apr 2011.
Kresge Art X Festival. Ruin Porn symposium. Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art. Panelist. Apr 2011.
Kresge Art X Festival. “A Stronger Soul in a Finer Frame: The Autobiography of the African American Museum of History and Culture.” N’Namdi Contemporary Art Gallery. Invited. Apr 2011.
Black Studies in Art and Design Education: Past Gains, Present Resistance, Future Challenges. Panelist. Parsons/The New School, host. Mar 2011.
2011 International Year for People of African Descent. “What Color is Space?” African and African American Studies. School of Social Transformation. Arizona State University, host. Invited. Jan 2011.
SUPERFRONT LA at the Pacific Design Center exhibit “Detroit: A Brooklyn Case Study” Juror for architectural competition and exhibition. Jan 2011.
D-Tales. Essay reading at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Oct 2010.
Architecture for Change summit. “Housing Class.” Lecture and panel. University of Illinois Chicago, host. Sep 2010.
Current Trends in Community Design. Detroit. University of Detroit Mercy School of Architecture, host. Panelist. Jan 2010.
lecturesHAA series. Detroit. “Dancing about Architecture.” Hamilton Anderson Associates, host. Invited. Dec 2009.
Race & Architecture Series. Washington, DC. Catholic University, host. Invited. Nov 2009.
ACSA/NCAA Administrator’s Conference. St. Louis. Washington University, host. Moderator, “Community Design” panel. Nov 2009.
Unspoken Borders 3rd Annual Conference. Philadelphia. University of Pennsylvania, host. Invited. Apr 2009.
Talk 20: On Edge. Presented design work. University of Pennsylvania, host. Apr 2009.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Conference. Special focus session on “Aesthetic Experience.” Panelist. Portland, OR, host. Mar 2009.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Conference. Presented the work of Studio:DetroitHS. Portland, OR, host. Mar 2009.
Transitions: Progressing Across a Shifting Cultural Landscape Conference. Syracuse, NY. Syracuse University, host. Keynote. Feb 2009.
Borders Downtown Bookstore. Detroit, MI, host. Lecture & Book Signing. Aug 2008.
Shaman Drum Bookstore. Ann Arbor, MI, host. Lecture & Book Signing. Apr 2008.
National Conference of Black Political Scientists. Chicago. “Governance in Africa & the Diaspora: The Challenges of Leadership and the Promise and Limits of Electoral Politics” plenary. Mar 2008.
Howard University. Washington, DC. “Change or Flames.” Invited. Feb 2008.
IndiNOMA and Ball State University College of Architecture. Indianapolis. Invited. “Positive Change” lecture. Jan 2008.
25th Annual Architecture Students Conference. University of Cape Town, host. Invited “In Between.” Apr 2007.
SFT-ArchitectureWorld annual convention. Muster, Germany. Invited. “More jazz, salsa and hip-hop in the architecture.” Mar 2007.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Conference. Philadelphia. “Twisted: African American Architects and Signature Commissions.” Mar 2007.
Shrinking Cities Exhibition. Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art & Cranbrook Art Museum, host. Speaker and panelist for the session "Symptom and Waste: Comments on uselessness in the fabric of the city." Mar 2007.
National Association of African American Studies and Affiliates Annual Conference. Baton Rouge. “Twisted: Signature Commissions and African American Architects.” Mar 2007.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture International Conference. Helsinki, Finland. Contribution and Confusion: Architecture and the Influence of Other Fields of Inquiry. Jul 2003.
The Center for Ideas and Society. University of California, Riverside, host. “De/Cipherin’ Practices: Investigating the “Tragic Magic” of the Arts of Africa and its Diaspora. Department of Dance.” Presenter and panelist. Apr 2003.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Conference. Baltimore, MD. Design Sessions Chair. Mar 2001.
Blacklines of Architecture, Inc. Pratt Institute, Host. Architecture: Education, Theory and Practice Conference. Presenter and panelist. Oct 2000.
Urban Futures 2000 International Conference. University of Witwatersrand, host. Johannesburg, South Africa. Presenter and panelist. Jul 2000.
Metropolitan Regional Design Center. Washington University, host. “What’s In a Plan?” Urban Design Conference. Presenter and panelist. Apr 2000.
University of Minnesota College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Minneapolis. Globalism and Architectural Education Symposium. Presenter and panelist. Apr 1999.
Netherlands Architecture Institute. Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Hip Hop Park project presentation. Aug 1998.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Conference. Cleveland, OH. Hip Hop Park project presentation. Mar 1998.
African American Alliance. University of Wisconsin-River Falls, host. “Notes from the Doo Bop Hip Hop Inn: Architecture, Identity and Hip Hop Culture.” Nov 1997.
United States Attorney’s Office, American Institute of Architects Minnesota, Office of Drug Policy and Violence Prevention State of Minnesota and the University of Minnesota College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Minneapolis. Reducing Crime through Design Conference. Design workshop facilitator. Nov 1997.
AIA / MN conference presenter on the conclusions of the Education Summer Institute jointly sponsored by the AIA and the ACSA. Minneapolis. Nov 1997.
Learning from the Mall of America Conference. The design of consumer culture, public life and the Metropolis at the end of the century. Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, host. Minneapolis. Session respondent on “Public Place/Private Space: Consumers, Citizens and Social Space.” Nov 1997.
American Studies Association National Convention. Washington, DC. “African- Americans in Public Parks: The Poetics and Politics of Urban Spaces.” Presentation/Panelist. Oct 1997.
Third Ward Redevelopment Council. Houston, TX. Community Design Workshop focusing on the redevelopment of Scott Street Corridor. Aug 1997.
Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture. Columbia University, host. “(W)Rapped Space: The Architecture of Hip Hop.” May 1997.
Negotiating Architectural Education Symposium. University of Minnesota College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, host. “The Ideology of Architectural Education.” Apr 1997.
Community Artists’ Collective. Houston, host. “Art, Architecture and Community Economic Revitalization.” Presenter and panelist. Apr 1997.
Theater of the Fraternity Museum Exhibition. Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, host. Public presentation and panel entitled “Men, Identity and Space” with author Robert Bly. Lecture entitled “Fraternity of the Fourth Circle: Notes on the Million Man March.” Jan 1997.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Southeast Regional Conference. Tulane University, New Orleans, host. “The Ideology of Architectural Education? There Isn’t One.” Nov 1996.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Midwest Regional Conference. University of Detroit Mercy, host. “The Whiteness of Lockean Space: Rethinking the African American Spatial Paradigm.” Nov 1996.
Organization of Black Designers biannual conference. Philadelphia. Student and Design Education panel. Oct 1996.
Michigan African American Symposium. Detroit City Council, Historic Designation Advisory Board, host. “Impact of Contemporary Culture on Historic Preservation.” Sep 1996.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Conference. Seattle. “Interdisciplinary relationships and the relevance of architectural knowledge and practice.” Mar 1995.
Organization of Black Designers biannual conference. Chicago. “What is an African design aesthetic?” Panel discussion. Oct 1994.
National Organization of Minority Architects Annual Convention. Chicago. “The value of African-American architectural research.” Panel discussion. Oct 1994.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Conference. Montreal. “Recognize the Voices: Establishing a cultural connection in beginning design studio.” Paper presented at a special session on new pedagogical directions in beginning design. Mar 1994.
National Organization of Minority Architects Annual Convention. New York City. “Architecture, International Education and Historically Black Colleges and Universities” Panel discussion on architectural education. Oct 1993.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture 10th annual Beginning Design Conference. Tulane University, host. “In the muck and mire, how quickly we tire... Pedagogical paradigms built on sand.” Mar 1993.
KINSHIP symposium focusing on Communities. Florida A&M University, host. “He who keeps the piece is asleep.” Feb 1993.

JURY MEMBERSHIPS:
Ball State University, Muncie
City College, New York
Harvard University, Cambridge
Howard University, Washington DC
Lawrence Technical University, Southfield
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
Miami University, Oxford
Parsons/The New School, New York
Southern University, Baton Rouge
Syracuse University, Syracuse
Tulane University, New Orleans
University of Cape Town, Cape Town
University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
University of North Carolina-Charlotte
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Washington University, St. Louis

CLIENTELE:
City of Detroit Planning Commission, Detroit Workers for Environmental Justice, Local Initiative Support Corporation, Prevailing Ministries CDC; National Endowment for the Arts, Detroit Public Schools – Trix Elementary & Mark Twain Elementary and Middle School, Vanguard CDC, Grandmont/Rosedale CDC, Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries, Detroit Works, Peacemakers United Michigan, LLC, among others...

WEB SITE:
http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/architecture/facul
ty/directory/craig-wilkins

PORTFOLIO URL:
www.clwilks.com

REGISTRATION DATE:
2013-09-23 19:00:23

COUNTRY:
United States of America

ACCOUNT TYPE:
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Awards received by Craig L. Wilkins


Door Stops Seating For Transit Riders

Silver A' Design Award Winner for Social Design Category in 2013
Craig Wilkins for Detroit Community Design Center

Runner-Up status designs by Craig Wilkins


Door Stops Public Seating

Runner-Up for Social Design Category in 2013
Craig Wilkins for City of Detroit

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