Marmomac Talks speakers
Architect, Sculptor and Industrial designer
Craig Copeland is an Architect, Sculptor and Industrial designer who is a Design Principal in the New York City studio of Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, and founder of Situcraft in Long Island City, New York. Copeland received a Bachelor of Design from the University of Florida (1982); a Master of Architecture from Yale University (1989), was a Fulbright Scholar and Visiting Artist at the American Academy in Rome (1997-99) Copeland has been the design team leader for several nationally awarded projects, including the New Entry Pavilion and Reconfigurations at Brookfield Place, the Visionaire, in Lower Manhattan, and 1214 Fifth Avenue, New York City. More recently, Copeland has been the Design Principal for Cabin | Stack | Prefab, a prefab home and furniture collection, and 2100 Penn Ave, a mixed-use headquarters and retail project in Washington DC.
In 2016, while still practicing architecture full-time, Copeland opened his stone carving and design studio in New York City, and launched a furniture company, Situcraft. The following year, Copeland was invited to represent the United States in the Italian Stone Theater at Marmomac, International Stone Fair in Verona, Italy. Copeland’s first furniture collection through Situcraft, “eCCo”, was produced by AKDO and launched at ICFF during NYCxDesign in 2019.