Alexa Griffith Winton is an independent scholar and writer specializing in the visual and material culture of the last century.  Her research engages issues of craft in the industrial and computer ages, the role of technology in modern domestic design, and the theorization of the domestic interior. Current book projects include co-editing with Deborah Schneiderman and contributing to Textile Technology and Design: From Interior Space to Outer Space.Winton’s work has been published in numerous scholarly and popular publications, including the Journal of Design History, Dwell, Journal of the Archives of American Art, and the Journal of Modern Craft.  She has received research grants from the Graham Foundation, the New York State Council for the Arts, Center for Craft, Creativity and Research, and the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation. Winton is part-time faculty at the School of Constructed Environments, where she teaches in the MFA Interior Design and MFA Lighting Design programs.  

Alexa Griffith Winton is an independent scholar and writer specializing in the visual and material culture of the last century.  Her research engages issues of craft in the industrial and computer ages, the role of technology in modern domestic design, and the theorization of the domestic interior. Current book projects include co-editing with Deborah Schneiderman and contributing to Textile Technology and Design: From Interior Space to Outer Space.Winton’s work has been published in numerous scholarly and popular publications, including the Journal of Design History, Dwell, Journal of the Archives of American Art, and the Journal of Modern Craft.  She has received research grants from the Graham Foundation, the New York State Council for the Arts, Center for Craft, Creativity and Research, and the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation. Winton is part-time faculty at the School of Constructed Environments, where she teaches in the MFA Interior Design and MFA Lighting Design programs.