Douglas Crawford

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Douglas Crawford

Assistant Professor and MA Advisor Interior Architecture, Interior Architecture



Douglas Crawford, AIA is an award-winning architect whose academic and professional work is focused on the intersection of design and digital methodologies. In 2018 he started his own architecture practice, Douglas Crawford Architect, in Washington, DC.  Prior to starting his own practice, he worked as a designer at The Walt Disney Company, The Beck Group, and as an architect at Perkins & Will, amassing a portfolio of work across many project types and scales.  He is a LEED accredited professional and is involved with the American Institute of Architects [AIA], having served as the chair of the Emerging Architects Committee and on the Board of Directors of AIA|DC.



2020 Outstanding Teaching Award – University of Maryland, School of Architecture Planning & Preservation

2020 Young Architect Award – District of Columbia Council of Engineering and Architectural Societies

2019 Emerging Architect Award – American Institute of Architects, Washington, DC Chapter

2013 Architecture Design Honor Award – University of Florida

2013 Architecture Academic Achievement Award – University of Florida



Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture, North Carolina State University

Bachelor of Architecture, North Carolina State University

Post-Professional Master of Architecture, University of Florida


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