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Natasha Sandmeier

Assistant Adjunct Professor

The work, teaching and research of Natasha Sandmeier straddle the worlds of architecture and visualization, including the role of media within the creation and production of architecture, environments and meaning. Natasha is an educator, a registered architect in the Netherlands, and founding partner of the LA-based studio StabLab. She is the author and editor of Little Worlds (London, 2014), a monograph of projects and essays re-examining the role of the architect within contemporary architectural culture. She is a graduate of the Design Research Lab at the Architectural Association (MA Distinction), in London. Natasha is a former Project Architect at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, in Rotterdam where she was the Project Architect for the Seattle Public Library, and the Whitney Museum in New York. Her design studio in London created a series of international exhibition, installation, and design projects, in addition to being a producer of architectural catalogs and books. Natasha was previously a member of the design faculty at SCI-Arc in Los Angeles, and for fifteen years led a Diploma Unit at the Architectural Association, in London, where she also directed the AA’s Summer School and organized its annual program of lectures, exhibitions and special events.

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