Adjunct Associate Professor - CCE
Dragana Zoric is a Yugoslavian-American architect and landscape architect whose teaching and practice question disciplinary boundaries of architecture and landscape as related to public space and urban waterfront edges.
Her work has focused on techniques of textile manipulation for field-based structural systems and brutalist architectural morphologies as analogs to new landscape types. As part of a team, her work was exhibited at the Venice Biennale and she has implemented transitional housing in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake.
With expertise in urban waterfront revitalization projects in NY and beyond, she practices as part of tentwenty, focusing on a range of scales and project types.
Her latest project looks at a multi-scale transition of landscapes of extraction, specifically crossing spatial paradigms of renewable energy delivery systems with formal garden typologies.
Master of Landscape Architecture; University of Pennsylvania Weitzman School of Design.
Master of Architecture; Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
Bachelor of Arts in Architecture; University of California, Berkeley. College of Environmental Design.