Caterina Tiazzoldi

Caterina Tiazzoldi, (PhD, MArch) is an architect, artist and educator. In 2004 she founded Caterina Tiazzoldi Studio, an award-winning interdisciplinary practice focusing on heritage and innovation, urban regeneration, architecture, interior architecture, retail and exhibit design. In 2005 she founded the Research Lab Non-Linear Solutions Unit at Columbia University, which she directed from 2005–15. Tiazzoldi has taught at Columbia University, Politecnico di Torino, NABA, Domus Academy and European Institute of Design.

Tiazzoldi has won art and architecture competitions in Italy, the US, Portugal, China and France. In 2010 she was a finalist at the Renzo Piano Award for Young Italian Architects and was nominated for the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award. Her works are featured at the Institut de l'Architecture in Paris and the Civic Gallery of Modern Art in Milan, Italy.

Spring 2019 Courses

  • INTAR-23ST-04 Advanced Design Studios
  • INTAR-2104-01 Topics In Exhibition Design & Narrative Environment II