Designed to Educate: Architect Randy Case Earns MAF Leadership Award

Tireless commitment to educating a future generation of architectural advocates, and to making programs that enrich our lives a success are among the outstanding things you can say about architect Randy Case, AIA. The Michigan Architectural Foundation (MAF) is proud to announce that Randy is the 2017 recipient of MAF’s Leadership Award – and with good reason.
Randy, President and founder of Battle Creek-based Architecture + design, is chair of the MAF’s Kindergarten to 5th Grade (K5) educational program committee.  In this role, he has actively worked to create awareness of the “Architecture: it’s Elementary!” lesson plan curriculum, for use by teachers and parents for students in kindergarten through 5th grades.  He also spearheaded the creation of the ‘ArchiTrek’ video series, which takes students on architectural adventures through significant buildings and their own neighborhoods.
Randy also has been instrumental in many MAF public awareness chapter grant programs, including the highly successful National Organization of Minority Architects’ summer camps.  He serves on the MAF Evans-Graham Memorial Preservation Grant Committee, which provides funding for grassroots preservation projects statewide.