Towards Organic Modernism: 1950s American Interiors,” article for Phillips New York Design, December 7, 2022.

“The Art of Assembly,” CULTURED Magazine, 10-Year Anniversary Issue (fall 2022): 116-17. On Faye Toogood’s latest collection and publication. Online version here.

“Leaders by Example,” Gray Magazine No. 65-66 “The Design Titans + Shelter Issue,” (fall 2022): 62-67. A conversation between interior designers Little Wing Lee and Kia Weatherspoon. Online version here.

With Far-Flung Field Trips and Artistic Endeavors, a Sculptor’s Abuelas Molded His Life and Work,” from a series of stories from Oprah Daily, published on Elle Decor September 28, 2022. Listen to the podcast here.

“A New Lease: Two Architects Are Using Rental Apartments to Try to Reinvigorate a Neighborhood,” dwell, September/October 2022. Online version here.

Soft-Firm and the Art of Activist Space Making,” PIN–UP online, July 18, 2022.

Copy Editor: CULTURED Magazine “Summer Performance Review,” June/July/August 2022.

“Brutalist Honesty: Michel Rojkind designs a home outside Mexico City that lets its materials speak for themselves,” dwell, July/August 2022. Online version here.

Contributing author: Brick by Brick: Architecture and Interiors Built with Brick, gestalten, May 1, 2022.

Meet Slava Balbek: defender, designer, optimist behind the RE:UKRAINE project,” STIRworld, April 26, 2022.

Songs from the cellar: Ukrainian creators bare their hearts ahead of Triennale Milano,” STIRworld, March 30, 2022.

Galerie Philia’s ‘Transatlántico’ exhibition bridges transatlantic creativity,” STIRworld, Feb 24, 2022.

Sculpting the Air,DAMN Magazine, 80 “Organic Matters,” (winter 2022): 152-155.

The New Generation of Diseñadoras Mexicanas,” LATINA, January 5, 2022.

“Jose Dávila,” apartamento, Issue #28, Autumn/Winter 2021-22.

“Furniture for All,” CULTURED Magazine, (fall 2021): 74-75. On designer Arielle Assouline-Lichten. Online version here.

Puutalo Oy and Finland’s Little Boxes,” DAMN Magazine, 79 “Take Your Time,” (autumn 2021): 126-135.

“Iridescent Guise,” TOUT, online September 30, 2021. On new work by Livia Corona Benjamin uncovering the results of neocolonialism and globalization in Baja California.

Vertebral creates community garden in Mexico City with reused materials,” ICON issue 205, August 25, 2021.

Community Conscious,” Gray Magazine, No. 58 “The Remastered Issue,” (June/July 2021): 72–77. On the work on public space as infrastructure by Taller Capital.

Tatiana Bilbao Estudio applies an urban sensibility to projects from private homes to research centers,” The Architect’s Newspaper, June 2021.

Uzbek Pavilion Curators Christ & Gantenbein on Mahallas and the Future of Urban Living,” PIN–UP online, June 14, 2021.

Four Standout National Pavilions at the Venice Architecture Biennale,” Metropolis, May 26, 2021.

At Casa Gilardi, Robert Janitz’s Latest Exhibition,” T The New York Times Style Magazine, April 29, 2021.

Architect of All Trades: Visionary designer and urbanist Kunlé Adeyemi believes that design can save the world,” Gray Magazine, No. 57 “The Vanguard Issue,” (April 2021): 38-41.

Book Club: Beatrice Galilee’s Anthology of Radical Architecture,” book review of Beatrice Galilee, Radical Architecture of the Future (Phaidon 2020), PIN–UP Online, March 25, 2021.

Taller Capital creates useful solutions from the bottom upThe Architect’s Newspaper, February 25, 2021.

Interview: Maria Cristina Didero and Jorge Penadés on Curating Curators,” PIN–UP online, February 18, 2021.

Housewares From a New Online Boutique,” T The New York Times Style Magazine, February 18, 2021.

Contributing Author: Vertical Living: Compact Architecture for Urban Spaces, gestalten, January 28, 2021.

Designers showcase West African aesthetics with Freedom to Move mask collection,” The Architect’s Newspaper, January 8, 2021.

Shofuso and Modernism revisits a major mid-century East-West cultural exchange,” exhibition review for The Architect’s Newspaper, October 15, 2020.

The Architecture of Mexico’s Evolving Identity,” essay for Beyond The West, gestalten, September 2020.

From the ground up: the battle to transform Ukraine’s unloved buildings with cutting-edge design,” The Calvert Journal, August 2020.

Oswaldo Viteri,” interview for apartamento Magazine, June 26, 2020.

Book Review: The Tatiana Bilbao Effect,” PIN–UP Magazine for Architectural Entertainment, 28 (Spring Summer 2020): 49

Kyiv: Novedad y Nostalgia,” Travesías, no. 204: Futuro, febrero 2020.

Four Days in Quito: Identity, Development, and the Future of the Ecuadorian Capital,” PIN–UP online, August 2019.

Artist Livia Corona Benjamin Explores Architectural Traces of rural Policy in Mexico,” PIN–UP online, July, 2019.

Encounters: A First Guest Curated Show at Cristina Grajales Gallery,” PIN–UP online, June 2019.

Moderator: “Encounters: A Conversation between Cristina Grajales and Stephanie Ingrassia,” in the event of the eponymous exhibition at Cristina Grajales Gallery New York, May 30, 2019.

Errata: A Design Exhibition About Books and Mistakes,” PIN–UP online, May, 2019.

Moderator: “Errata: A Conversation with Pablo Alabau, Tomás Alonso, Nelson Harst, Andrés Izquierdo, Miguel Leiro, and Jorge Penadés,” ICFF New York, May 21, 2019.

Start to Finnish,” book review of Man, Matter, Metamorphosis: 10,000 Years of Design for PIN–UP Magazine for Architectural Entertainment, 26 (Spring Summer 2019): 60.

Remembering Norma Merrick Sklarek, an Architect of Many Firsts,” PIN–UP online, March 2019.

Open Source Design: the Chairs of Oscar Hagerman,” PIN–UP online, December 2018.

Donald Judd’s Very Specific Furniture,” PIN–UP Online, July 2018. Preview of SFMOMA exhibition “Donald Judd: Specific Furniture”. 

COS Play: Karin Gustafsson and the Soft Power of Art and Architecture,” PIN–UP online, June 2018. COS’s Creative Director and their collaborations with art institutions, architecture, and design.

Researcher: Kisluk-Grosheide, Daniëlle, and Bertrand Rondot, Visitors to Versailles: From Louis XIV to the French Revolution. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2018. 

Angular Features,” PIN–UP Magazine for Architectural Entertainment, 24 (spring-summer 2018). Preview of SFMOMA exhibition “Donald Judd: Specific Furniture”.

Pile Up: The Fantastic World of Misha Kahn,” PIN–UP online, December 2017. Review of Midden Heap, a solo exhibition by designer Misha Kahn at Friedman Benda. 

Girl Camp,” PIN–UP Magazine for Architectural Entertainment, 23 (fall-winter 2017/18): 48. Review of the work of feminist designer Katie Stout.

Great Relief,” PIN–UP Magazine for Architectural Entertainment, 23 (fall-winter 2017/18): 50. Article on the work of Dutch interior architect Nynke Koster.

The Legacy of Florence Knoll: Interview with Creative Director Dorothy Cosonas,” PIN–UP online, October 2017.

Girl Aloud: Interview with the Designer Katie Stout in her Brooklyn Studio,” PIN–UP online, September 2017.

Guest Lecturer at Collecting Design: History, Collections & Highlights, a program led by Dr. Daniella Ohad at The New York School of Interior Design (July 2017).

Mucho Gusto,” book review of El Internacional (1984–1986): New York’s Archaeological Sandwich, edited by James Casey and Angelo Palma, 2017. PIN–UP Magazine for Architectural Entertainment, 22 (spring-summer 2017): 56.

Ed. “Breuer Revisited: New Photographs by Luisa Lambri and Bas Princen,” Special Exhibition Supplement in collaboration with The Met Breuer. PIN–UP Magazine for Architectural Entertainment, 22 (spring-summer 2017).

Bug Chaser,” Review of Constructs and Glitches by designer Christopher Stuart at The Future Perfect. PIN–UP Magazine for Architectural Entertainment, 21 (fall-winter 2016/17).

The Concrete Poetry of Mathias Goeritz: A Graphic and Aural Analysis,” Belvedere Pratt Journal of Art & Design History, vol. 3, December 2017.

Progressland: a Design Exhibition Challenges Narratives of Human Advancement,” PIN–UP online, August 2016. Review of Progressland, curated by Andrew Zuckerman at Chamber NYC.

George Nakashima, the Architect,” Master’s Thesis presentation at the Pratt Institute History of Art and Design Graduate Thesis Symposium, April 21, 2016.

Distinctions of Taste in 18th-century France,” Belvedere Pratt Journal of Art & Design History, vol. 1, Spring 2015. Faculty advisor: Dr. Anca Lasc

Sample Exhibition Proposal and Museum Label: Oro, the Language of Mathias Goeritz, November 2014. Faculty advisor: Dr. Lisa Banner

Sample Exhibition Proposal and Catalog Entry: Ways of Dining: Applied and Decorative Arts from the Metropolitan Museum of ArtFaculty advisor: Ken Soehner, Arthur K. Watson Chief Librarian at the Thomas J. Watson Library, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Ofuro Interior Architecture BFA Thesis Project. Faculty advisor: Beata Nowicka.

Professional Work Experience

Freelance Architecture and Design Writer, Kyiv and Mexico. November 2019–Current.

Editor and writer at Dims., based in Mexico City. March 2021–2022.

Content Director, PIN–UP Magazine for Architectural Entertainment, February 2016–November 2019.

Curatorial Assistant at European Sculpture and Decorative Arts Department, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, February 2016–Present

Archival and Research Intern, George Nakashima Woodworkers, July 2015

Gallery Attendant, Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute, Spring–Fall 2015

Grading Assistant for 19th Century Art Surveys, History of Art and Design Department, Pratt Institute, Fall 2013–December 2015

Development Intern, The Noguchi Museum, September–December 2014

Vetter, The Salon Art+Design, November 15, 2014

Catalogue Raisonné Intern, Judd Foundation, July–August 2014

Sales representative at Zona MACO 2013 Art Fair, Artforum Magazine, April 2013

Freelance Interior Designer, January–May 2013

Designer in the projects and image departments, Centro de Diseño Alemán, Mexico City, April 2011–2012

Docent and Visitor guide, Casa Estudio Luis Barragán, Mexico City, 2010–2011

Design Intern, Chic by Accident, 20th Century Mexican furniture and design, Mexico City, January–June 2010


M.A. History of Art and Design, Advanced Certificate in Museum Studies, Pratt Institute, New York, 2013 – 2016. Summa Cum Laude: February 1, 2016.

George Nakashima, the Architect,” Master’s Thesis, Master of Science in History of Art and Design, Pratt Institute School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, February 2016. Faculty advisors: Dr. Katarina Posch and Dr. Anca Lasc

Post-Baccalaureate degree in Art History, Instituto Cultural Helénico, México, D.F. 2012 – 2013. A year-long program in Introduction to Art History – from Greek and Roman to 20th Century Art.

B.F.A. in Interior Architecture, CENTRO, México, D.F. 2007 – 2010. Degree granted: October 1, 2011

Ofuro,” BFA Interior Architecture Thesis Project, Centro de diseño, Cine y Televisión, México, D.F., October 2011.