Boberska Berenika is an architect, installation artist and urban provocateur. She is Professor of Practice at Woodbury University School of Architecture.
Berenika received her Masters of Architecture from the Bartlett School of Architecture and Masters of Fine Art from the Royal College of Art in London.
After working as a design architect for Frank Gehry, she started her own practice, Feral Office, and won the international competition for the Architecture & Design Festival Pavilion in Novosibirsk, Russia. Feral Office was nominated for the Iakov Chernikhov Prize in 2010.
Berenika’s design and research projects as well as installations have been exhibited and published worldwide, including at the Second Moscow Architecture Biennale, the Jyväskylä Graphics Triennale and the University of Wyoming Art Museum.
She lives and works in Los Angeles.
Woodbury University, Burbank, CA, US, Professor of Practice
FERAL OFFICE, Los Angeles, CA, US, Founder
Woodbury University, Burbank, CA, US, Adjunct Faculty
Gehry Partners, LLP, Los Angeles, CA, US, Design Architect
Royal College of Art, London, GB, Masters, Fine Art
University College London (UCL), London, GB, Masters, Architecture
First Fairy Tales Architecture Competition, Honorable Mention
Maxine Frankel Award, Award
Iakov Chernikhov Prize, Nomination
Novosibirsk A+D Festival Summer Pavilion, 1st Place
EUROPAN 4, Honorable Mention