was a project architect in the Paris office of Jean Nouvel before founding her own practice, Architecture Agency, which focuses on collaborations with visual and performing artists, in and out of proscenium space. As an Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona she teaches design and technology, and leads collaborative projects and seminars linking architecture and dance performance. Her research and writing on architecture and choreography have been published in the Journal of Architectural Education
, The Architect's Newspaper
and presented in the United States, Australia and Mexico. Honors include the Architectural League’s Young Architect’s Award, and residencies at France’s Casa de Velazquez and Tucson's Museum of Contemporary Art.
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