The International Center for Creativity has expanded its architectural space design staff. Tim Hunsicker will joining architect, Carlos Chang and the architectural space design teaching team, starting fall 2018. Tim is bringing over 24 years of professional field experience in healthcare, library, and academic building design from projects that he has led around the country and around the world.
Tim is a partner at CBLH Design in northeast Ohio, and also serves as the architect and assistant director of ABWE’s Global Project Office. His long list of credits include numerous building projects for The Ohio State University, Cleveland State University, University of Akron, Oberlin College, and schools and hospitals in the Balkans, Sudan, Togo, Papua New Guinea, and Bangladesh.
He holds three degrees from Kent State University, numerous professional affiliations, and has been honored by the American Institute of Architects, and named the Distinguished Alumni of the Year in 2015 from the Kent State University Alumni Association.
“Our space design program is led by one of the most respected architects in this region, Carlos Chang. Now by adding Tim, we are expanding our capabilities even farther, and bringing new projects, techniques and opportunities for ICC students,” said ICC President, Jim Stevenson.
“We are incredibly blessed with the talent that chooses to give back through our program, and the placements that our students have enjoyed seem to indicate that we are certainly heading in the right direction and building a truly world-class experience for our students,” Stevenson added.
Tim will be teaching Interior Architectural Space Design as an Affiliated Faculty Member of the ICC team.
Tim Hunsicker joins the ICC to teach architectural space design.