Doreen Adengo is the principal of Adengo Architects, an architecture and urbanism practice grounded in research and multidisciplinary collaboration. Based in Brooklyn, the firm works locally and internationally, employing an integrated approach to design.
Ms. Adengo moved to the United States from Kampala, Uganda when she was 18. After completing her undergraduate and graduate studies at the Catholic University and Yale, respectively, she worked in London, Washington DC, and New York for Adjaye Associates, Robert A. M. Stern Architects, Ellerbe Becket, and Gruzen Samton Architects.
She teaches a seminar on urbanism in Africa as part of the Uganda International Field Program at Milano, The New School for Public Engagement. She has also taught representation analysis and 2D drawing at Parsons, The New School for Design.
She is a registered architect in the State of New York.