Danniely Staback Rodriguez
Danniely Staback Rodríguez is a Puerto Rican designer and architect in training. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from the University of Puerto Rico School of Architecture and her master’s in Architecture as a graduate fellow from MIT SA+P, where she then served as a teaching fellow for graduate and undergraduate studios and workshops.
She has been involved in various design-build projects, most notably a self-assembling shelter, a housing initiative in Rwanda and post-hurricane reconstruction in Puerto Rico. Her research explores new possibilities in which spaces of production can act as condensers of creativity and culture, both despite and by virtue of the rise of automation and artificial intelligence, and what the implications of these technologies can be for architecture.
Her work experience includes studios in Puerto Rico, New York, Boston and Zurich. She is actively collaborating with different organizations on the resilient reconstruction of Puerto Rico.
Fall 2020 Courses
- ARCH-101G-05 Core 1 Studio: Subjects. Tools. Process.
- Danniely Staback Rodriguez