My background is interdisciplinary.
My approach to design is founded on my academic background in architecture, marketing research, opera performance and economics, as well as a range of professional experiences in architectural studios.
My interest in architectural practice is based on the capacity of built form to not only answer questions but to ask them. I am drawn to a field that is rooted in design and innovation but continues to question its utility, relevance, and what it can do for people. A creative process based on rigor that balance between form and suggestion.
I attended Columbia University in New York City (GSAPP). I have worked for Renzo Piano Building Workshop (Genoa) and PYO arquitectos (Madrid) and AWP Architects (Paris). I work collaboratively with architectural practices. I am currently working with and am a member of
architectural collective n'UNDO based in Madrid, Spain.
I am currently teaching and working at Columbia University, GSAPP.
I am currently working on a house in Greenwich, Connecticut.
I am currently working on a cabana in Palermo, Italy.
I am currently working on institutional project at Vassar College, New York.
I am currently working with Matthew E. Davis designing locally in New York City.