Distributed Architecture is a New York-based collaborative practice committed to designing instigative processes that bring equality, diversity and inclusion into the built environment.
Partner Fabrizio Furiassi is an architect, researcher and educator who teaches at Parsons / The New School. Since 2010, he has collaborated internationally with architecture firms, cultural institutions and enlightened clients to disseminate critical design culture. Fabrizio graduated in architecture at Columbia University GSAPP and the University of Rome La Sapienza. He was a 2015-2016 research fellow at the Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design and is currently working on his Ph.D. focused on the material history of southern Italy.
Partner Catherine Ahn is an architectural designer and researcher based in Brooklyn. She has over nine years of international professional experience in cultural, residential, and hospitality projects. Catherine graduated in architecture at Princeton University SoA and the Cooper Union. She was a 2020 fellow at the Institute for Public Architecture and recently completed research projects on construction waste disposal and environmental justice, collective design processes and pedagogy, and on new modes of community engagement with industrial stakeholders around Newtown Creek.
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