- Gretchen Wilkins
Radical Domesticities #1 – Gretchen Wilkins
Gretchen Wilkins is Head of the Architecture Department at the Cranbrook Academy of Art. She has been practicing and teaching architecture for nearly twenty years based in the United States, Australia and Vietnam, previously as Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan and as Associate Professor at RMIT University Melbourne & Ho Chi Minh City. Her practice is interested in the making and unmaking of cities through design, manufacturing and mobility. This work has been supported by the Japan Foundation, Australia-China Council, James L. Knight Foundation and the Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction. She is the editor of Distributed Urbanism, Cities after Google Earth (Routledge), and has contributed to Architectural Design (AD), Princeton Architectural Press, the Storefront for Art & Architecture, Architecture Australia, the University College London and Architecture and Culture. Professor Wilkins received her Master of Architecture from the University of Michigan and PhD from RMIT University.