Tamara Metz has over 20 years of teaching experience, including at MassArt and Roger Williams University. She has taught design studios, undergraduate and graduate thesis courses, as well as courses in advanced presentation theory and technique. She has practiced on her own and in several firms including Brian Healy Architects, the Office of Peter Rose and Elkus/Manfredi. In 2021 she published the book Building Meaning: An Architecture Studio Primer on Design, Theory, and History, reflecting her interest in conceptual development and the broader social, intellectual and political context of architectural design. Metz earned a MArch degree with Distinction from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a BArch degree from the University of Virginia, where she also completed major requirements in Philosophy.
- ARCH-21ST-08 Advanced Studio