Visiting Assistant Professor of Interior Architecture
School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture
, Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Interior Architecture
430 Dudley Hall
Master of Architecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Bachelor of Arts with a major in studio art, Wellesley College
Registered Architect, Georgia
American Institute of Architects, Member
Jennifer is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Interior Architecture Department. Her interests in teaching revolve around in-depth explorations into program and re-programming, spatial interpretation, and materiality.
She is the founding principal of DSNWRK, an Atlanta-based architecture practice specializing in an array of architectural types with a particular emphasis on public and shared space. The firm’s goal is to provide inclusive, equitable, and inquisitive architectures, landscapes, and interiors for both public and private clients.
Prior to starting her own firm, Jennifer spent over a decade at Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects in Atlanta, GA and several years at Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, a landscape architecture firm in Brooklyn, NY. She worked on the planning and building of many projects including the Yale Health Center, Lulu Chow Wang Campus Center, and the Princeton Arts and Transit project. Most recently she completed the Gathering Place Project in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where she was involved in the initial designs of the park and went on to complete three buildings in the park, the Lodge, Boathouse and Cabana.
In addition, Jennifer spent several years as a visiting lecturer at Georgia Tech where she taught both Graduate and Undergraduate studios.