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Clive Wilkinson: social engineer

Clive Wilkinson is an architect, designer, writer and strategist with special expertise in applying urban design thinking to interior design, especially in creative workplace communities.

His firm, Clive Wilkinson Architects, has completed over four million square feet of creative workplace, educational and housing projects around the world, including groundbreaking spaces like Googleplex, the new Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising campus, Chiat\Day Los Angeles and 20th Century Fox Digital Headquarters. It is currently creating a new headquarters for NPR affiliate KCRW on the site of Santa Monica College’s Media Technology Campus. Born in South Africa and educated in the United Kingdom, Wilkinson relocated to LA in 1990 to serve as Frank Gehry’s project manager for Disney Concert Hall. He is a member of the Interior Design Hall of Fame and has been named a Master of Design by Fast Company magazine and a Pioneer of Design by IIDA.

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