Eva Perez de Vega is an architect, designer and educator. She holds a Masters and Bachelors degree in Architecture the University of Madrid, School of Advanced Architecture (ETSAM) and has a Masters in Philosophy from the New School For Social Research. She is currently in the PhD program in Philosophy at NSSR. She also has professional dance training from Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance in New York.
Eva is founding partner at e+i studio (eistudio.net) an architecture and design practice based in NYC aimed to address issues of the body and movement through work that engages the public and the environment. Prior to e+i studio, Eva was lead design architect at Reiser + Umemoto, RUR Architecture PC.
She teaches architecture and design at Parsons the New School For Design since 2004, and is professor of architecture Pratt Institute School of Architecture. She has previously taught at the University of Pennsylvania and Princeton School of Architecture. She has been an invited guest critic at Pratt, Columbia, NJIT, City College and Princeton. Eva has lectured at a variety of venues and presented at academic conferences, including the two Architecture + Philosophy conferences held in Boston and will present this year at the annual conference in Oxford for British Society For Aesthetics.
Eva is a fellow from the New York Foundation For the Arts in category ‘Architecture and Environmental Structures’, an award recipient from Architecture For Humanity, Emerging NY Architects, among others, and three-time recipient of grants from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
Originally from Rome, Italy, she has been in New York City since 2001.
architecture,installation,interior design,landscape design,spatial environments
Digital Fabrication: Body