Donna Voronovich

Name: Donna Voronovich
Title: Special Lecturer in Art History
Office: WH314
Phone: 248/370-3306


Master of Architecture, University of Michigan, 1994
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Michigan, 1984
Studied drawing and painting at the Art Students’ League, New York.

Major Fields:

Art History
Architectural History and Theory
Architectural Design
Sustainable Design

Courses Taught:

AH 101-Western Traditions in the History of Art II
AH 262-History of Western Architecture
HC 201-20th Century Architecture and Urban Design


Art History from the 15th Century to the Present, Cognella , (expected publishing date:  2014)

Architecture It’s Elementary (co-author), Michigan Architectural Foundation, 2012.


Sustainable Design; What does it Mean?  University of Detroit Mercy Journal, 2003;

Oral Presentations and public lectures:

The Architecture of Ukrainian Churches, Ukrainian Cultural Center, 2012

Architecture and Design for K-12, Eastover Elementary School, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, 2011

The Value of Educational Travel for Students  of Architecture and Design, Lawrence Technological University, 2009

Greening Your Home, Birmingham Community House, 2000-2007.


Practicing architect since 1990

Professional design work published in Architectural Record, Traditional Homes, Unique Homes, and Best Residential Design of Michigan. 

Developed an educational travel program for students at Lawrence Technological University and conducted trips to Italy, Greece, England, and France. 

Created a program for Bloomfield Public Schools which integrates design education into K-12 curriculum, 2010-present.