Andrea Springer has a hybrid career as an artist, designer, and educator.
She began her professional career as an architect, designing for the industrial and commercial sectors, later moving into the high-end residential sector. A highlight of Andrea’s architectural design work in the industrial sector includes the Greening of the Ford Rouge Plant Project in Dearborn, Michigan, worked on in collaboration with internationally acclaimed architect William McDonough.
Andrea’s work in the high-end residential sector includes architecture and interior architecture projects for private clients throughout the United States. As an educator, Andrea has taught public high school and has taught at the higher education level at the Rhode Island School of Design and the College for Creative Studies.
After receiving an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design Andrea started her own business in Detroit, Andrea Springer Studio, located in the Russell Industrial Center. Andrea primarily creates functional and non-functional sculpture as well as other forms of studio art but also offers various product and architectural design services. To date, Andrea’s studio art has been exhibited on the east coast of the United States. Her artwork can be found in private collections throughout the United States.