Tatiana Berger

Tatiana Berger
Primarily Architect
M.Arch, M.Arch, Associate AIA

San Diego, CA, USA

Brief Bio

Founder of Moving Boundaries Collaborative and Chair (with Sergei Gepshtein) of the courses in Iberia and Mexico (2022-23) Co-founder of the Compostela Institute, Spain

Member from May 2022
Member Type
Standard
Period
May 2022 - May 2023
ANFA Position
Advisory Council
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Research interests
  • Acoustics
  • Affect
  • Affordances
  • Lighting
  • Smell
  • Space
  • Texture and Haptics
Elaboration of interests

Tatiana Berger is an architect, designer, planner, consultant and educator. She has worked for close to 30 years in the U.S., Portugal, Spain and Austria. Berger holds a Master of Architecture from Princeton University. She worked with Richard Meier in New York, Baumschlager-Eberle in Bregenz, Austria and Alvaro Siza in Porto, Portugal. Berger is Founder of Moving Boundaries Collaborative, which provides educational and design/consulting services. She is guest lecturer at NAAD in Venice, ETH Zurich, NeuroArq Brazil, NAD Chile and Artclever. She was Assoc. Professor of Architecture and Urbanism at the NewSchool of Architecture & Design in San Diego and Professor of Architecture at the Boston Architectural College for 16 years. A member of the Advisory Council of ANFA, she developed a new curriculum in architectural theory and studio with a focus on ANFA themes as faculty in the pioneering Neuroscience for Architecture Program at NewSchool. In her role as Liaison for Education and curator of lecture series, symposia and Moving Boundaries traveling workshops, she leads the ANFA Center for Education (ACE), an international forum for educators dedicated to reimagining design education. She has lectured internationally on topics in architectural theory, urbanism and health, regionalism, and transdisciplinary design education. She is increasingly involved in research in dynamic sensory experience of the built environment informed by knowledge from the human sciences.

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