Principal at Bialosky + Partners Architects, an AIA Ohio Gold Medal office with locations in Cleveland, OH and NYC, NY.
I am a full-time designer, part-time professor, and occasional artist. I believe that design is about relationships - regardless of scale, setting, or subject, from disposable printed matter to enduring sustainable architecture - that all aspects of design are connected and everything has meaning if given the opportunity.
Bialosky + Partners Architects, Cleveland, OH, US, Principal
Senior Design Architect
Kent State University, Kent, OH, US, MArch, Architecture
Studies conducted at KSU's Urban Design Center, a part of the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative [CUDC] under the direction of Ruth Durack, in conjunction with CSU's Levin College of Urban Affairs.
ENR Midwest Top 20 Under 40 - Competition Winner, Nomination
David Craun was named to ENR Midwest’s Top 20 Under 40, an annual program where Engineering News Record recognizes 20 young design and construction professionals per region, under the age of 40, who have made significant contributions to their firms, professions and communities.
AIA Honorable Mention Award - LCCC Culinary Arts, Honorable Mention
Bialosky + Partners Architects received a 2013 Honorable Mention Award from the Cleveland Chapter of the American Institute of Architects for Achievement of Excellence in Architectural Design for the Lorain County Community College Ben & Jane Norton Culinary Arts Center in Elyria, Ohio.
Coldscapes Competition - GLOW, Honorable Mention
Bialosky + Partners Architects’ submission GLOW, which proposed building captivating structures on Lake Erie, received one of ten Honorable Mentions. The three winning entries and ten honorable mentions were selected by a jury comprised of leaders in a range of design fields, including architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning and public art. These entries will be on exhibit in Cleveland in November 2013, and published in Volume 6 of the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative’s Urban Infill journal series, focused on advancing the design of urban environments for winter weather. Leaders of the GLOW submission included David Craun, Hallie DelVillan, Theodore Ferringer, and Michael Abrahamson, and would not be possible without the hard work of Nathanael Dunn, Dave Berlekamp, Nick Dilisio, Andrew Vichosky, and Zach Anderson (Kent State University CAED).