Craig Hinrichs

Craig HinrichsAssociate Professor
Architect Licensing Advisor
106D Alumni Hall
(513) 529-7036

Courses Taught (past two academic years)

ARC 301/401/402C Architecture Studio
ARC 4/518 Construction Methods
ARC 4/541 Professional Practice
ARC 601 Architecture Studio

Educational Credentials

Master of Philosophy in Architecture, University of Manchester, England, 1987
Bachelor of Science Degree in Architectural Studies, University of Nebraska, 1976

Teaching Experience:

Associate Professor, Miami University, 1985-Present
Director of Architecture Graduate Studies, Miami University, 2010-2021
Visiting Fellow, University of Manchester, England, School of Architecture, 1983-1985
Assistant Professor, American University of Beirut, Lebanon, Department of Architecture, 1980-1983
Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska, Department of Architecture, 1979-1980

Professional Experience:

Craig L. Hinrichs, NCARB, Oxford, Ohio, Consulting Architect, 1985-Present
Paul Lukez Architecture, Somerville, MA, Document Quality Control, 2009-Present
DNK Architects, Cincinnati OH, Design, Detailing, Document Quality Control, 2007-2008
SFA Architects, Inc., Cincinnati, OH, Project Manager, Project Architect, 1994-2006
Alexander-Camabeam, Cincinnati, OH, Project Architect, 1993-1994
HDR Architects, Alexandria, VA, Project Architect, 1992-1993
DMJM/HTB, Arlington, VA, Master Planner, 1990-1992
Steed Hammond Paul Architects, Hamilton, OH, Project Architect, 1987-1990
Sami Mousawi and Partners, Manchester, England, Project Architect, 1984-1985
Atef Tabet Architects, Beirut, Lebanon, Project Architect, 1980-1983
Full Time Practice with various roles in various architectural firms, Nebraska, 1976-1980

Significant Publications, Creative Projects, Paper Presentation

Design-Build Transformations to the Hinrichs Residence, Oxford, OH, 1996-2021

Residence, Concord, MA - served as a consultant to Paul Lukez Architects, Sommerville, MA received a Boston Society of Architects AIA Chapter with a Citation to Craig Hinrichs, RA in 2021 

Jenson-DeLeeuw Net-Zero-Energy Residence, Harvard, MA - served as a consultant to Paul Lukez Architects, Sommerville, MA on an award-winning project which received World Architecture Festival (WAF) Award in Small Projects Prize Category 2019 and was featured in numerous publications including Boston Home Magazine 2021.

Entered a National Design Competition for the VeteransMemorial Design Competition in Springdale, AR 2020

Conference Proceedings

“Soft-formed Precast Concrete Screens and Panels”,  invited presentation of paper at the PCI/NBC  (Precast Concrete Institute/National Building Conference) in Nashville, TN, 2016.

"Courtyard (Pent)Houses, High-rise Courtyard House” paper for Common Ground Publishing and presentation at the conference for the Constructed Environment Conference in Tucson, AZ, 2016

Awards, Recognitions, Grants, Competitions

NCARB Scholar in Professional Practice (1 of 15 nationally), 2022

Professional Memberships, Service

Registered Professional Architect, State of Ohio, 1988-Present
NCARB Registered Architect, 1980 -Present
Registered Professional Architect, State of Nebraska, 1976 -Present
Registered Professional Architect, State of Minnesota, 2000-2005
LEEDtm Accredited Professional, 2004-Present
NCARB Architect Licensing Advisor (AXP) Coordinator for Miami University, 2001-Present
NCARB Intern Development (IDP) Coordinator for Miami University, 1992-2001
Member of Board of Trustees, International American University, Kyrenia, Cyprus, 1994-2000

Professional Development

Continuing Education requirements for Professional Architect licenses renewals have been met (annually since licenses have been issued to present). 
Architect Licensing Advisor for Miami University appointed by NCARB, 1992-present
NCARB Region 4 Symposium at Ball State University Mid Central States Conference, 2019
NCARB Licensing Advisors Summit in Chicago 2016, 2017