Karen Duan is a designer with a background in hand making, and a commitment to delicate, detailed work. She received her Master of Architecture from Harvard Graduate School of Design, as part of the Advanced Placement (AP) program.
Previously, she earned her B.S. in Architecture with a minor in Creative Writing from the University of Michigan. There, her thesis project “Mass Inurement: Commodity King” won the Wallenberg Studio Award for excellence in conception and execution. (Project published and on view in Dimensions 31.)
Karen currently lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and enjoys reading and collecting pens in her free time.