The Detroit Center for Design + Technology (DCDT) will align and support initiatives, programs and organizations that foster and expand the role that design and technology play among the local community, industry and education.
Lawrence Tech University
The DCDT acts as an inclusive platform for the advancement of Detroit’s educational, economic and engagement efforts with regard to design, technology and social innovation. We align with local initiatives, programs and organizations that foster and expand the role design and technology play among the local community, industry and education.
The Detroit Center for Design + Technology opened in 2015 as the home of Lawrence Technological University College of Architecture and Design’s Detroit programs. Situation in Midtown along Woodward Avenue, the DCDT offers programs and opportunities – for both the public and LTU students – to engage in creative endeavors, collaborate with organizations and make a greater social and community impact for the future of Detroit.
Similar to the vision and and goals of the Detroit City of Design Initiative – our organization works in, and supports the practice of, inclusive design in order to help continue the growth of a local creative economy while working to expand the role technology plays in a designed environment. In all of our practice, we look to increase exposure of educational opportunities and employment to those of diversity into the design fields.