Cara Liberatore is a founding principal of PRŠIĆ & PRŠIĆ, an architecture and design office based in Providence, RI. The work of the office is currently preoccupied with private residences, collective housing, alternative development models and aesthetics within the domestic interior through design objects, including ceramics.
As a graduate student at Harvard University, Liberatore received the Julia Amory Appleton Traveling Fellowship for her research on emergent forms of collective housing in post-Soviet territories. She has also been a fellow at The MacDowell Colony. She is a registered architect in the state of Rhode Island. Prior to PRŠIĆ & PRŠIĆ, she worked with MOS Architects and Deborah Berke Partners, both in New York City.
- Cara Liberatore
- Assistant Professor
- BA, University of Pennsylvania
- MARC, Harvard University