Amy Atzmon recently completed her Master of Architecture degree at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design. Before that, she completed her Bachelor of Science in Architecture at the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning in 2012. While in college, she was part of the University of Michigan's Ballroom Dance Team, as well as the Art in the Community Forum, which sought to bring art to the everyday. In graduate school, Amy was the marketing director for the Graduate School of Design's student gallery, Kirkland Gallery, and was also involved in the Women in Design group. Her interests vary from art and dance to travel and philosophy.
For the summer of 2014 Amy interned at Peter Rose and Partners in Boston, and interned at Reddymade Design in New York in the summer of 2013. She has additionally dealt with the intersection of art and architecture as an exhibitions intern at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit in 2012. She has also produced full-scale installation art (with architectural tendencies). This ability to directly translate between paper space and physical space has proven useful in both academic and professional environments.
Peter Rose Partners, Boston, MA, US, Summer Intern
Reddymade Design, New York, NY, US, Summer Intern
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US, MArch, Architecture
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, Bachelors, Bachelor of Science - Architecture
Two years of general education to become a well-rounded citizen of the world, and then two years of intense, amazing architecture studio and supplemental courses.